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Vortex Math: The Sum of Infinity

Vortex Math: The Sum of Infinity

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Published by: BillySpears on Apr 09, 2014
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The Sum Of InfinityThere is really no need for this Chapter. But people tend to complicate things sometimes. So this topic needs to be (briefly) covered, if nothing else, to ust bring the issue to a close. So !e"re going to be adding together a lot of #umbers here, in an attempt to find the sum of Infinity.But the true sum of an Infinity of #umbers is al!ays going to be $. It doesn"t matter !hat angle you come at it from, or !hat convoluded pseudo%math you apply to it. &ny possible assemblage of  #umbers that you can come up !ith, !hen eventually 'added up to determine the sum of Infinity, !ould also be reuired to be added to an eual assemblage of their negative counterparts, and this addition !ill al!ays yield the perfect sum of $. Infinity IS #othing. *ou should +no! that by no!.&nd even if !e disregard '#egative #umbers (as !e"ve done previously in other Chapters), !e !ill still run into a similar problem as !as seen in the earlier Chapter on 'esser Infinities, !here !e !ill never even be able to start the process of addition at all. Basically, !hy start the addition !ith the -, !hen !e could instead start !ith ($).- Or, for that matter, ($).$- Or ($).$$- Or ($).$$$$$$$$$$$$...  &ren"t all of these decimal #umbers a part of Infinity (/e !ill loo+ at decimal  #umbers in the second half (and footnotes) of this Chapter.)But, if !e leave it there, then !e don"t have a Chapter, so I !ill go ahead and complicate things myself, and ta+e a loo+ at !hat happens !hen !e try to determine the sum of an Infinity of (only '0ositive, non%decimal) #umbers, first using 'regular math, and then (in the second half of this Chapter) using '1orte2 3ath on the results of the 'regular math (both of !hich !ill give us interesting (if inaccurate) insights into Infinity. So, first, !e have the sum of the first ten #umbers, sho!n belo!.
-45464748494:4;4<4-$=88 (-%-$)
The sum of the first ten #umbers is 88, and this !ill be referred to as the 'Base Sum. #e2t, !e have the sum of the ne2t ten #umbers, sho!n belo!.
--4-54-64-74-84-94-:4-;4-<45$=-88 (--%5$)
&bove, the sum (of -88) is e2actly one%hundred larger than the previous 'Base Sum (of 88), but this is not une2pected, as !e"ve ust performed the same basic functions, only !ith an e2tra ten -$"s, one in front of each #umber, for a total of an e2tra hundred, !hich sho!s up as the - at the front of the sum. This is sho!n belo! highlighted in red.
&nd, if !e move on to the ne2t ten #umbers, !e again ust add another hundred on to the same 'Base Sum, as is again sho!n belo! highlighted in red.
So, !e can logically (and correctly) assume that the ne2t seven sets of ten #umbers !ill all display this same progression, !hich means that to determine the sum of the #umbers -%-$$, !e !ould use the function seen belo!.
(-%-$)(--%5$)(5-%6$) (6-%7$) (7-%8$) (8-%9$) (9-%:$) (:-%;$) (;-%<$) (<-%-$$)
884-88458846884788488849884:884;884<88=8$8$ (-%-$$)
So, the sum of the #umbers -%-$$ is a variation on the 'Base Sum of -%-$ (88). &dding one additional $ to the uantity of total #umbers adds t!o $"s to the sum, as is sho!n belo!.
-%-$ 88-%-$$ 8$8$
&bove, the matching #umbers are highlighted in  blue, and the added $"s are highlighted in red. So, adding one $, or po!er of ten, to the uantity of #umbers (-$ to -$$) adds one $ to the end of the sum of the #umbers, but also adds another $, stuc+ in bet!een the original t!o #umbers (88). This behavior of adding of t!o $"s !ill persist as !e !or+ our !ay through each po!er of ten, and this is due to the fact that each e2tra po!er (of ten) not only brings along its (single) $ (-$, -$$, -$$$ etc...), it also brings along its uantity of the e2tra po!er (ten -$"s, one%hundred -$$"s, one%thousand -$$$"s, etc...). (/e !ill continue to trac+ these po!ers of ten as !e progress through all of these sums.) &lso, !hile the uantity of #umbers gro!s e2actly ten times larger (-$ to -$$), the sums do not gro!  by uite the same ratio. 88>-$=88$, !hich is much smaller than the sum of 8$8$. &nd 88>-$$=88$$, !hich is a bit larger than the sum of 8$8$ (though it contains the same #umbers). So the rate of gro!th is much more that -$>, and slightly less than -$$>. &nd if !e divide 8$8$ by 88, !e get the dividend of <-.;-;-;-... (an Infinitely repeating decimal). (/e !ill ta+e a closer loo+ at this ratio once !e have a fe! other ratios to compare it !ith.)So, moving on from there, the ne2t ten #umbers (-$-%--$) maintain a similar pattern, as is sho!n  belo! (again highlighted in red). (The  blue highlighting !ill be e2plained in a moment.)
-$-4-$54-$64-$74-$84-$94-$:4-$;4-$<4--$=-$88 (-$-%--$)
&bove, !e have the same basic progression (of -4546...), but !ith an e2tra ten -$$"s, one in front of each #umber (the red -"s). These ten -$$"s all add up to -$$$, !hich is represented in the sum (the red -) in front of the 'Base Sum of 88. (The  blue $"s !ill be addressed !ith the ne2t ten #umbers.) &nd since !e"re no! into triple digit #umbers, !e have t!o po!ers of ten in front of the original  progression, !hich are represented in the ne2t ten #umbers belo! (---%-5$), in colors, !ith -$"s in  blue, and -$$"s (again) in red.
---4--54--64--74--84--94--:4--;4--<4-5$=--88 (---%-5$)
&bove, in the sum, !e see the 'Base Sum (of 88) in blac+, !ith the ten ( blue) -$"s added up to -$$ (the  blue -), and the ten (red) -$$"s added up to -$$$ (the red -). So, !e can again determine the ne2t ten sums (of ten #umbers each), and the sum of all ten of these sums, for the total sum of the #umbers -$-%5$$, !hich is sho!n belo!.
(-$-%--$) (---%-5$) (-5-%-6$) (-6-%-7$) (-7-%-8$) (-8-%-9$) (-9-%-:$) (-:-%-;$) (-;-%-<$) (-<-%5$$)
-$884--884-5884-6884-7884-8884-9884-:884-;884-<88=-8$8$ (-$-%5$$)
&bove, !e have the sum of -8$8$, !hich is 8$8$ (from the sum of -%-$$), !ith a - in front of it (in the ten%thousands place) from the addition of an e2tra one%hundred -$$"s (-$$>-$$=-$$$$). (?ach red - above is ten -$$"s.)So, if !e add the sum of the #umbers -%-$$ to the sum of the #umbers -$-%5$$, !e get the sum of the  #umbers -%5$$, sho!n belo!.
8$8$4-8$8$=5$-$$ (-%5$$)
&nd, if !e determine the rate of gro!th bet!een the sums of the first one%hundred #umbers (-%-$$) and the ne2t one%hundred #umbers (-$-%5$$) by dividing the sums, !e get -8$8$@8$8$=5.<;$-<;$-<;$-..., another Infinitely repeating decimal #umber (!hich !ill be loo+ed at later in this Chapter, along !ith the others). &nd, !e can determine that the ne2t ten sets of ten #umbers !ill also follo! the same simple  progression, as is confirmed belo! !ith the sum of the ne2t ten #umbers (5$-%5-$).
&bove, !e see that the same basic pattern holds, !ith the ten (red) 5$$"s adding to 5$$$, !hich is added on to the front of the 'Base Sum of 88, to give us 5$88. (The  blue #umbers are $"s in the above e2ample, but !ill also follo! the same basic progression that they did previously.)

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