Number Theory


Anti-gravity Inverse Yeet Theorem

Authors: Siddharth Bhatt

When working with fractions, gravity always acts towards the division bar. This leads to a very non-intuitive result when yeeting a coefficient into the index. Since inverse yeeting is now done along the direction of gravity, the number itself gets inverted after reaching the index.

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[v1] 2019-10-21 11:38:49

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