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ARABIC NUMERICALS AND THE SPAN OF NUMBERS, A RE-EDUCATION OF CURRENT
MATHEMATICS THEORY (A minor publication, copy righted to Sci Math,

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ARABIC NUMERICALS AND THE SPAN OF NUMBERS, A RE-EDUCATION OF CURRENT MATHEMATICS THEORY (A minor publication, copy righted to Sci Math,Google group)

Author :Vinoo Cameron . July 18th 2013

ABSTRACT:
These are plain and simple numbers that the Arabs adopted centuries ago , and the west inherited them with their own unneeded modification(0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9) ( 1?..3^2). By very simple method the author has shown that numbers are not just linear as is the western obsession, but these also represent the offset at the base of mathematics and the mathematics that results from it including the Mathematics of Prime numbers.
The author will finish the end calculus of Prime numbers spirals which is a very major paper that will be published after acceptance this September at IJAMR and secondarily at the the annals of Mathematics, PRINCETON UNIVERSITY (if Princeton university can swallow the bitter humble medicine for their own good). The author has presented clear proof of the 0.5 value shown below which is an offset value between 1 and 2, this translates as being 0.5/60 for open space, because 60:1 by triangulation is (1:3)
Key Words: Arabic numerals, Prime numbers at 1:3, offset in mathematics.

INTRODUCTION:
A life unexamined is not worth living, yet somehow current mathematics lives on, in its own un-examination. The author has done his bit in publishing the 1:3 mathematics and now the end calculus is due this September in the form of a major publication. The logical offset of non-linear mathematics is clearly 0.5/60 that will be dealt with in detail in the major paper.

MATHEMATICS:
This is simple logic; a span of a number is defined by n *(n-1), and numerically arranged in sequence. Note that 3=1, and 9=4 and 19=9. The rest is plain mathematics as follows.
0, (1)2=0/2=0
0, [1, (2)], 3, 4 = (2*1/4=0.5)
0, 1, [2, (3)], 4, 5, 6= (3*2/6=1)
0, 1, 2, [3, (4)], 5, 6, 7, 8= (4*3/8=1.5)
0,1,2,3[,4,(5)],6,7,8,9,10=(5*4/10=2)
0,1,2,3,4,[5,(6)],7,8,9,10,11,12=(6*5/12=2.5)
0,1,2,3,4,5,[6,(7)],9,10,11,12,13,14=(7*6/14=3)
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,[7,(8)],9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16=(8*7/16=3.5)
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,(9),10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,(72/18=4)

Conclusion:
1:4 span is concordant to 1:3[3 and 3^2(9)] [3 and 3*2] by a factor of 6 (3^2-3) and 3(4-1), and 0.5/60 (1/360/3) is the logical offset at the base of mathematics. Thus clearly the span of mathematics by numbers and prime numbers is divergent at 3 and convergent at 6, in concordance to 1:4

Note that at 19, value is 9:
At 3 value is 1
At 5 the value is 2
At 7 values are 3
At 9 value is 4 (2^2)
At 19 value is 9(3^2)
(19-7)/ (9-5) =3
(9-3)/ (4-2) =3
0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,(19),20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,31,32,33,34,35,26,37,38
(19*18)/38=9(3^2)

So 19 degrees as by proportional representation does represent 1:3 as we have said in our other publication, but we have had to present mathematics in the most rudimentary manner, to make many mathematicians understand that they are awash in the current mathematics theory which is poisoned.

Acknowledgements
1. Jesus Christ and the inspiration of Mother Mary (And due respect for all the good in religions, including Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism) who gave the author humility, wisdom, inspiration and standing amongst all the so called super mathematicians, by his special grace, truth, to throw the houlihan.
2. Dr. Bella Mohammed Batiha, PhD, a magnanimous humble mathematician and human being to the author.
3. Dr. Hong Ma, PhD, the brave editor of Journal of American science, fostering creativity.
4. to my long suffering wife Janice Kay, a thank you for mathematical insights.
5. The author salutes IJAMR, for its integrity and open mindedness; unlike many other journals in mathematics, they do not pinch the nostrils of creativity, neither do they direct the milk of liberty in the sciences into their own suckers. Knowledge is for the free, not the elite.

References
[1] Cameron.V. The first ever precise predictive prime number placement, International journal of applied mathematics research 2(3)(2013)345-351) ( journal listed by the American mathematics) society)
[2] Cameron. V. The spiral code of prime numbers, International journal of applied Mathematics research 2 (2) (2013)279-292)
[3] Cameron. V. The unified Theorem at -1 (Vedic Zero), International Journal of Mathematics research, 2(2) (2013) 221-251)
[4] Cameron .V, The disproof and fall of the Riemann?s hypothesis by quadratic base: The correct variable distribution of prime numbers by the clear mathematics of the half-line values (?Chan function?) of prime numbers, International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 2 (1) (2013) 103-110.
[5] Cameron V, den Otter T. Prime numbers 2012. Jam Sci 2012; 8(7):329-334]. (ISSN: 1545-1003), http://www.jofamericanscience.org.
[6] Cameron V, Prime number Coordinates and calculus J Am Sci, 2012; 8(10):9-10]. (ISSN: 1545-1003).http://www.jofamericanscience.org
[7] Cameron: Prime number19, Vedic Zero and the fall of western mathematics by theorem. International journal of applied mathematical research 2(1) (2013)111-115
[8] Cameron: The rational variability of all empty space by prime number: International journal of applied mathematical research, 2(2) (2013)157-174.






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