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Relative Mathematics

By Conway
Mon Jul 31 2017 8:54 pm

For any number in any set, there exists a z1(value) and a z2(space) constituting that number.
Space(z2) is defined as a given quantity of dimension.
Value(z1) is defined as a given quantity of existence other than a dimension.
So that a z1 and z2 for any number other than zero equal that number.
So that z1 for zero equals zero. So that z2 for zero equals one.
It is in a binary expression of multiplication that one number given is z1 and the other number given is z2. In any order.
It is in a binary expression of division , that z1 is the first given number and z2 is the second given number.
So that in a binary expression of multiplication or division by zero...

A(as z1) x 0(as z2) = A
0(as z1) x A(as z2) = 0
A(as z2) x 0(as z1) = 0
0(as z2) x A(as z1) = A

0(as z1) / A(as z2) = 0
A(as z1) / 0(as z2) = A

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