This work brings representations of natural numbersin two different ways. In both the representations, the same digits, i.e., 3 to 0, 4 to 0, 5 to 0, 6 to 0, 7 to 0, 8 to 0, etc. decreasing order. The work is divided in four papers with links given below. In case of triple reprentations, … Continue reading Double and Triple Sequential Representations of Natural Numbers

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# Number Patterns: Single Letter Representations

This work brings representations of palindromic and number patterns in terms of single letter ”a”. Some examples of prime number patterns are also considered. Different classifications of palindromic patterns are considered, such as, palindromic decompositions, double symmetric patterns, number pattern decompositions, etc. Numbers patterns with power are also studied. Below are some examples and links … Continue reading Number Patterns: Single Letter Representations

# Pythagorean Triples and Perfect Square Sum Magic Squares

This work brings the idea how we can achieve prefect square sum magic squares using primitive and non primitive Pythagorean triples . By perfect square sum magic square, we understand that the total sum of entries of a magic square is a perfect square. The work is divided in two parts, one on primitive triples and another on non primitive … Continue reading Pythagorean Triples and Perfect Square Sum Magic Squares

# Pyramidical-Type Representations of Natural Numbers

This work brings pyramidical-type representations of natural numbers in two different ways. In both the representations same digits are used always ending in 0 such as, 210, 3210, etc.. In one way, we used the based and expoentes of same digits, and in the second way we used, basic operations alongwith factorial and square-root etc. … Continue reading Pyramidical-Type Representations of Natural Numbers

# Flexible Power Representations: Equal String Lengths

This work brings natural numbers from 0 to 11111 written in terms of 0 to 9 in such a way that both expoents and bases are of same digits, from 0 to 9, but with permutable powers. See below some examples and link for download the complete work. Link for download: 1-50000 1. Equal Length Strings … Continue reading Flexible Power Representations: Equal String Lengths