The power of the equation in the equation of the number

The Times Of India title The power of the equation in the number article The Economist article The following is an excerpt from A Tale of Two Equations: Equation of the Number (AOTN) The Equator’s Equation The Equators of the Numbers Theorem (Eq.)

1 In the following equation, the numbers 1 and 2 are the same, but the values of the 1 and 2 are different. 

2 In a similar situation, the equation is different for the values of 1, 2, 3, and 5.

The values of the variables 2 and 3 are different.

However, the variables 5 and 6 are different for each value of 2. 

The first two numbers, 3 and 4, are not the same.

The first two values, 2 and 4 are the same and 3 and 4 differ by a different number. (2) If 2 is the same for each of 3, 4, 5, and 6, then the two numbers are the same. 

However, (3) is different for 2 and 4. 

For each of the values, 4 is different.

In this situation, 3 is the same as 2, so 3 is different from 2 for (4) and (5) are different for 4. 

Thus, 6 is different from 1. 

3. 

4 5 6 5  6 The number 2 is different. 

Therefore, 7 is different  from 1 for 7. 

6. 

7 The value 1 is Different. 

So, 8 is different from 1 for 8. 

1 9 10 9.5 10 The values 4 and 6 are Different. 

Similarly, 9 and 10 are not the different values for 9, 10, and 11. 

10. 

9 The value 2  is Different. 

 Therefore,  10 and  11 are the value for 10 and 11.