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MatPlus.Net Forum General What mean the numbers in the brackets?
 
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(1) Posted by Oliver Petrov [Tuesday, Sep 28, 2010 08:13]

What mean the numbers in the brackets?


for example #3(10+6)
 
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(2) Posted by Oliver Petrov [Tuesday, Sep 28, 2010 09:08]; edited by Oliver Petrov [10-09-28]

Delete this topic. I understood.

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(Sorry for "spamming" the forum with so many topics!)

 
 
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(3) Posted by Kevin Begley [Tuesday, Sep 28, 2010 10:30]; edited by Kevin Begley [10-09-28]

>#3(10+6)

10+6 is a diagram redundancy check...

It means, 10 white units total, plus 6 black units total, should be present in the diagram.
This does not always guarantee a correct diagram, but often times it helps when you suspect something may be missing.

If you had seen #3(10+6+2) it would mean there are also 2 neutral units in the diagram.
 
 
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