Dismal Arithmetic
Article by David Applegate and Marc LeBrun and N. J. A. Sloane
In collections: Unusual arithmetic, Easily explained
Dismal arithmetic is just like the arithmetic you learned in school, only simpler: there are no carries, when you add digits you just take the largest, and when you multiply digits you take the smallest. This paper...
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