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Vortex Math Chapter Two: "Cousins and Decimals"

Vortex Math Chapter Two: "Cousins and Decimals"

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Chapter Two: "Cousins and Decimals"This Chapter will involve "Decimal Numbers", specifically how they relate to the concept of "Cousins". This will be done (at first) by usin the "!alvin attern" from the previous Chapter (which yielded the reversed #,$,%,&,', "Core attern"). Then, later in this Chapter, we will also "Divide y The * +nd The ", to e-amine some of the patterns which are yielded by those "unctions".irst, we start by "Dividin" the # repeatedly by $ (halvin it each time, to yield the "!alvin attern"). +nd this will eventually yield two separate, intertwined, "/irrored" "Core atterns" (of #,$,%,&,',), as will be shown below.irst, we start with the # and "Divide" it by the $.
# 0 1 . .
+bove, this "unction" has yielded two separate Numbers, both of which possess the "2uality" of . (3hich ives us a "2uantity" of $ (separate Numbers (4s)) which (disreardin the decimal point), have a "2uality" of .) (3hile basic loic miht ma5e it difficult to accept that we4ve 6ust pulled two 4s out of a lone #, basic "7orte- /ath" tells us that 8 is #9 and #89#, so in terms of "7orte- /ath", ettin two 4s from a lone # (or "+ddin" the two 4s bac5 toether aain into the #) is no problem at all.);o, continuin (two steps) further alon with this "!alvin attern", we et the chart seen below (with arbitrary hihlihtin indicatin the "Cousins").
 <uantity # <uality # #  0 1 0 1 <uantity $ <uality  . .  0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 <uantity % <uality ' .$ .$ .$ .$  01 01 01 01 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 <uantity & <uality & .#$.#$.#$.#$.#$.#$.#$.#$
+bove, the =Cousin> pairs bein to emere, with the $0, and %0' =Cousins> showin up in "2uantity" vs "2uality" of Number ("2uantities" in red, "2ualities" in reen), alon with both the # and & showin their tendency to be their own =;elf?Cousin>. Continuin on with this "!alvin attern", presented condensed due to lac5 of space, we et the 2uantities and 2ualities listed below.
 <uantity #(') <uality #*(%) # of .9$  <uantity *$() <uality ##($) *$ of .9*#$  <uantity %(#) <uality #@(#) % of .9#$
+nd the final three 2uotients seen above complete one full "Cycle" of this "!alvin attern", which yields two opposin #,$,%,&,', "Core atterns", with =2uantity> (in red) runnin from top to bottom, and =2uality> (in reen) runnin from bottom to top. These "/irrored" #,$,%,&,', "Core attern" will hold both ways throuh Anfinite iterations. These #,$,%,&,', "Core atterns" have been seen in previous Chapters, and will continue to show up in a variety of places throuhout the rest of these Chapters. ABm not sure if this "Decimal" relationship is the root cause of the =Cousin> "elationship" between the  Numbers (A doubt that it is), but it is about as far bac5 as ABve been able to trace the oriins of the "Cousin" behavior so far.+nd that (fairly important behavior) is really all that needs to be said about the connection between "Decimals" (in terms of a "!alvin attern") and "Cousins" (for now).  Ne-t is a brief loo5 at what happens when we repeatedly "Divide The # y The *" (yieldin a "Thirdin attern" (for lac5 of a better term)). (This is only a brief, uni2ue loo5 at the "Anvalid unction" of "Dividin y The *". The ne-t Chapter, Chapter *: "Dividin y The *" (alon with its ;ub?Chapters) will be entirely dedicated to (you uessed it) "Dividin y The *".);o, startin aain with the #, and "Dividin y The *" (twice), yields the chart seen below.
# 0 1 0 1 .***... .***... .***... 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 .###... .###... .###... .###... .###... .###... .###... .###... .###...
The above, and all of the followin Numbers that involve "Dividin y The *" (or the ) all repeat Anfinitely (these will be indicated with "...4s" at the end, and referred to as "Anfinitely epeatin Decimal Numbers"). +lso, all subse2uent iterations after the first one (of "Dividin" by both the * and the ) will all result in a "2uantity" that is an "Ectave" of @ (startin with the @ e-amples of .###...), alon with a "2uality" that will vary accordin to how far the "Division unction" is carried out, eventually formin a repeatin pattern (which is called a "Decimal attern") that carries out Anfinitely.+nd loo5in at the results of "Dividin y The * +nd The ", in "condensed" form, shows separate but related patterns, as will be shown below. (This Chapter wil be spent loo5in at the "Decimal atterns" themselves, and then an upcomin Chapter (Chapter ive: "Decimal atterns") will loo5 at how these individual "Decimal atterns" relate to one another.FF(;ee the ootnotes at the bottom of this Chapter for an e-planation of the 7orte- /ath used to determine the endlessly fluctuatin "2uality" ("condensed" value) of the "Anfinitely epeatin Decimal  Numbers" shown below (which is the "Decimal attern"). At4s really very simple.);o, "Dividin The # y The *" (one time) yields three of .***..., which yield the "Decimal attern" shown below.
<uantity * <uality *,,@... G??? (This *,,@ is the first "Decimal attern".)
+bove, in this "Decimal attern", there is conservation of ";iblin0Cousins" (*0 ";iblin0Cousins" in reen and red, and the ";elf?;iblin0Cousin" @ by itself in  blue), as well as another e-ample of a "amily Hroup", this one bein the complete *,,@ "amily Hroup". (3ith "conservation" meanin that all Numbers appear alon with their (or as their own) "olar" (the "olar" bein whatever opposin "elationship" is bein indicated).)  Ne-t is the second iteration of #0* (#0*0*, or #0@), which yields nine of .###..., which yield the "Decimal attern" seen below.
<uantity @ <uality #,$,*,%,,,',&,@... #,$,*,%,,,',&,@ (;iblins)
#,$,*,%,,,',&,@ (Cousins)
+bove, there is a conservation of both the ";iblin" and "Cousin" pairs (with the ";iblins" hihlihted in various (arbitrary) colors in the first e-ample above, and the "Cousins" hihlihted in the second e-ample). This means that there is also a conservation of "amily Hroups", as all three "amily Hroups" are all included in this nine diit "Decimal attern". +nd this means that this "Decimal attern" also contains both sets of "Core Hroups", so it is also a complete "ase ;et" (#?@) in its

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