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I've been running an experiment now for some time to see how far I can push my maths. First point of interest is I fit the autism type of impaired time/spatial navigation, motor issues and maths impairment (with far stronger linguistic ability). Anyway, to cut a long story short it seems I am now inventing useful mathematical formulae, one of which is almost unique. I'm sure it does exist but I guess the main point is I managed to work it out over many hours. It would take me 6 hours per day round about. Meantime the same maths problem I looked at on YouTube and found many of the approaches over-complicated and stuffed with formulae. So, I didn't bother with YouTube and worked by myself. Later I published the system on a forum where people seemed reluctant to divert from the commonly known methods (involving complex maths). What did I discover? Lots of things. Theory number one: Autistic people with difficulty doing maths can overcome the disadvantage to a point and, if so, the ability to see patterns as in linguistics can pass over to maths. This creates a strange mix of strengths and frustrations in maths. I mean I have to redraw a lot of diagrams to suit my perception. Also Asperger very much stressed the point autistic minds tend to be more able to do something different and I wanted to test that as well.
hello i'm very interested in maths (and science) and i am currently doing my A-Level at college - i was wondering is any one else is doing these subjects and maybe we can post here about things in class we have truble with and help each other out? the one thing i can do is maths and science, and i'm proud of that fact. and i want to help people who struggle a little and also be able to ask/talk about things like this. ithere is another post for science, aswell as another thread in general descution more for asking questions about curiositys eg. how do magnets work? how can geckoes stay stuck to the walls? so i'm looking forward to helping thost that struggle - those struggling with me and i hope that maye there are some university studants/graduates who can go in to great detail about some topics? (i know not perticualy Aspie related but its friendly here and i feel i can talk here SO much easier than to people in my class)
The numbers are: 1, 2, 5 and 9. I've just seen something with that pattern and I was curious for the sequence or pattern that these numbers are in. I've determined that they have a Fibonacci type sequence + 2 and I have created a small formula which I think is correct: Fn = Fn-1 + Fn-2 + 2 But I'm not sure. Does anyone have any suggestions for the formula?