Ok. Inequality. What’s that? A see-saw.

Ok. Inequality. What’s that? A see-saw.
Where is a see-saw? A playground.

A playground full of see-saws is a
playground full of equations.

Or a textbook full of equations.

But in the end, there are three values to an equation and three values to a see-saw:

Left, pivot (or relationship verb), right.

You could construct see-saws in different ways. Maybe they’re held up by a rope in the middle. Maybe when one sits down, the other side shoots up (like exponent).

But the tuple remains in all case.

this verb that.

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In RPN it behaves differently. (stack – list of nouns and then verb). But our standard notation, it’s see-saw.

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[wait – nvm rpn is still tuples ultimately, but it loads up like potential energy 1 2 3 4 + — the 1 2 3 4 do nothing but sit there until the + acts upon them. Then it’s +4 +3 +2 +1 pops out 10, like having a see-saw with a cinderblock underneath and a pull string. Everybody piles on the one side, when + hits, the string is pulled, their weights combined, and the force pivots across the other side.

lol sorry – I’ve been deep in a tutorial to J, following along, so it’s got me in super-abstract mode atm.

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