Part3

Part3

Published on 17 July 2022

Explaining The Collatz Conjecture and solution

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00:05
Group 2 = 2
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3
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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
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28 5 34 6 40 7 46 8
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Group 3 = 2
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4
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17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
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25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32
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52 9 58 10 64 11 70 12
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52 9 58 10 64 11 70 12
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76 13 82 14 90 15 96 16
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52 9 58 10 64 11 70 12
00:37
How to find the position of any number
00:38
Let find the position of number 141
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To find it, follow these steps
00:40
2
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2
00:45
Increase the exponent
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4 => 141
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3
00:56
8
01:00
4
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16
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5
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32
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7
01:23
128
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8
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256
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How to get the position of any number
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2
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8
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= 256
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Subtract 141 from 256
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256 - 141 --------- 115
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2
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Decrease exponent
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7
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= 128
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Subtract 115 from 128
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128 -115 ------- 13
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Now we know that in a group of 128 numbers "141" has position 13