Peculiar Equation 7January How would this equation be correct without changing it? XI + I = X Turn it upside down! Posted on January 7, 2014 by admin6 Comments Category: Uncategorized

SlackJack January 8, 2014 at 12:56 am If you turn it upside-down, it’s the same (XI+I=X) – which is incorrect. And by turning it upside-down, you are changing it. Although – If you hold a mirror in front of it, it becomes correct without changing it. (X=I+IX) Reply

Tom January 9, 2014 at 3:01 pm Slack jack, The equation is “spin 1/2″ symmetric, to both upside down and reflected it will be the same. (X = I + IX) Reply

Chris January 16, 2014 at 7:45 am (X=0, I=0) as well as (X=-2, I=2) would satisfy the equation or make it “correct”….without changing it. Reply

If you turn it upside-down, it’s the same (XI+I=X) – which is incorrect. And by turning it upside-down, you are changing it.

Although –

If you hold a mirror in front of it, it becomes correct without changing it. (X=I+IX)

Slack jack,

The equation is “spin 1/2″ symmetric, to both upside down and reflected it will be the same. (X = I + IX)

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(X=0, I=0) as well as (X=-2, I=2) would satisfy the equation or make it “correct”….without changing it.

X=1,I=1/2 also works as 1*1/2 + 1/2 = 1

I(i)=(-1) XI+(-1)=X

Imaginary numbers and the whole bit.