All Fractals are Composed of Further Fractals through PI Necessiting 1 as equivalent to a function.

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All Fractals are Composed of Further Fractals through PI Necessiting 1 as equivalent to a function.

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Thu Nov 08, 2018 9:36 pm

All fractals are composed of further fractals as evidence by Pi.

1) Pi is: the symbol π denoting the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter

b : the ratio itself : a transcendental number having a value rounded to eight decimal places of 3.14159265


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2) Pi is a line between two points that exists from the center point of the circle to the circumference. All lines in turn exists as center points of a circle towards is circumference where all lines exist as the ratio of Pi as 3.14159...

****argument for Pi as a radius will be included, where a ratio exists as a length, necessitating Pi as a length.


3) The line as composed of infinite points is composed of infinite lines, hence the line is composed of infinite circles as all lines exist as Pi.


4) The line is composed as infinite circles projecting, hence the line is equivalent not just to infinite points but infinite quantum circles as well.


5) Each line, as composed of infinite further lines, is composed of infinite "pi's" where the line as Pi is composed of further Pi's. Hence Pi is divided by an infinite number of Pi being divided by Pi. All functions exists through further functions as 1 function, hence 1 is equivalent to a function that is a continuum. 1 is a continuous function.

Hence Pi dividing itself observes Pi as its own function of self-division conducive to 1 through the line where 1 is Pi as a function of perpetual self division.

f(x)= (3.14159→(x→∞))/( f(x)= (3.14159→(x→∞))/(f(x)= (3.14159→(x→∞))/…)) = 1


X= a continuous series to infinity where the counting of Pi has stop. X= the limit of Pi as a finite rounded number.


Hence “x = all number with all number equivalent to 1.”
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Re: All Fractals are Composed of Further Fractals through PI Necessiting 1 as equivalent to a function.

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Thu Nov 08, 2018 10:40 pm

Now 1 as a continuous function can be observed in the respect 1 is defined through the function of addition/subtraction/multiplication/division as well considering:

1 = 3-2,4-3,5-4 to infinity or -2+3, -3+4, -4+5 to infinity
1= (1/2)/(1/2), (1/3)/(1/3), (1/4)/(1/4) to infinity or 2*1/2, 3*1/3, 4*1/4 to infinity

and so on and so forth. 1 is equivalent to continuous addition, subtraction, multiplication and division where 1 is equivalent to an operation in itself as the operation is a constant. 1 takes on a role of function as well as form in these respects as well as being composed of an infinite series of numbers through which it exists.

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