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 Mar13 comment Represent every Natural number as a summation/subtraction of distinct power of 3 Dont forget it allows negative numbers too. how I represent 8 in the question. Mar13 comment Represent every Natural number as a summation/subtraction of distinct power of 3 @Raskolnikov $3^1−3^0$ Mar13 revised Represent every Natural number as a summation/subtraction of distinct power of 3 added 27 characters in body Mar13 awarded Commentator Mar13 comment Represent every Natural number as a summation/subtraction of distinct power of 3 I am not a student of mathematics but a math enthusiast. Pardon me for any mistakes. Specially for terminology and wrong tagging. Mar13 asked Represent every Natural number as a summation/subtraction of distinct power of 3 Jan14 comment Find modulo of multiplication of two number? The number is too big. It should overflow computers integer boundary by definition. Jan14 comment Find modulo of multiplication of two number? I'll do that for sure. But I want to know how to achieve it after computing $\pmod m$ Jan14 asked Find modulo of multiplication of two number? Dec24 awarded Nice Question Dec23 comment What do you call numbers such as 100, 200, 500, 1000, 10000, 50000 as opposed to 370, 14, 4500, 59000 @Henry Could you tell me what is the range of x? I wrote a program to generate those numbers. But I see all are negative and floating point. It was actually obvious as $-x^3$ in the equation Dec23 comment What do you call numbers such as 100, 200, 500, 1000, 10000, 50000 as opposed to 370, 14, 4500, 59000 @DavidMurdoch In our culture, we dont tip! So my assumption could be wrong. Dec23 awarded Critic Dec23 comment What do you call numbers such as 100, 200, 500, 1000, 10000, 50000 as opposed to 370, 14, 4500, 59000 Thanks for the name and the wiki link. I was just looking for this Dec23 accepted What do you call numbers such as 100, 200, 500, 1000, 10000, 50000 as opposed to 370, 14, 4500, 59000 Dec23 asked What do you call numbers such as 100, 200, 500, 1000, 10000, 50000 as opposed to 370, 14, 4500, 59000 Dec21 comment Why Fibonacci numbers are too often found on nature? Thanks @AndréNicolas. It seems to be false claim. Dec21 awarded Supporter Dec21 comment what is the nature of this sequence? Wow! I never knew division could be applied. I always used subtraction. +1 for arb notation. Its really helpful. Dec21 asked Why Fibonacci numbers are too often found on nature?