5 April 2006written in
04/05/06and this date demonstrates counting.
04/05/06also demonstrates increment-by-one: four incremented-by-one is five and five incremented-by-one is six.
The average of
5.(4 + 6) 10 ------- = ---- = 5 2 2
Thanks to SCC professor Dueck (and MarkP and KevinO and the Arizona Republic's Clay Thompson and MaryF) for the following time and date tidbit.At two minutes and three seconds after 1:00 am and pm, the time and date were: 01:02:03 04/05/06
I'm more use to using date and time rather than time and date.At eight minutes and nine seconds after 7:00 am and pm, the date and time were: 04/05/06 07:08:09 What goes up must go down? At five minutes and four seconds after 6:00 am and pm, the date and time were: 04/05/06 06:05:04
More off the wall arithmetic analysis with 04/05/06...(1) summation(4, 6) = 5 (2) summation[4, 6] = 4 + 5 + 6 = 15 15 is a "multiple" of 5 (3) 4 + 6 = 10 5 is a "factor" of 10
Quickie About Interval Notation
Note: This BAB used the
summationfunction to demonstrate interval notation. Interval notation is used to represent a set of numbers.Assume we have a value and two numbers 'n' and 'm' where 'n' is less than 'm'. [n, m] n <= value <= m [n, m) n <= value < m (n, m] n < value <= m (n, m) n < value < m  imply inclusive () imply exclusive
Creator: Gerald D. Thurman
Created: 05 April 2006