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Matrixes seem to have a lot of wonderful properties, for example they may help checking if given triangles represented each by three complex numbers (verticles) are simillar. So, two triangles represented by complex numbers and are similar if, and only if: Proof coming soon.
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Prove that for every natural number there exists different natural numbers such as sum of any two is divisable by their diffrence. Proof: Because number is divisable by , we can write and of course . Adding those two together: Induction: 1. Sequence 1,2 works 2. Assume that sequence works, then the number is divisable […]
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