# In2Infinity

Home - Archives for In2Infinity - Page 4

# In2Infinity ### Solving the Russell Paradox: 2D geometric solution to the continuum hypothesis

The Russell Paradox arises from the fact that all numbers greater than 1 exhibit a reciprocal value. This is resolved by the folding of number space.

VIEW ### Negative Square Numbers

In traditional mathematics, square numbers can only produce a positive result. However, in Geometric Maths, we allow for negative squaring, which opens up a whole new dimension of number.

VIEW ### The Riemann Hypothesis: A Geometric Solution

The Riemann Hypothesis is the number one mathematical challenge of today. We offer a geometric solution to the problem, that confirms all non-trivial zero will appear on the critical strip.

VIEW ### The algebraic solution to π and the number ℮

The numbers π and the number ℮ are considered to be transcendental in nature, as there is no algebraic root that can define these constants. Yet, by constructing a set of equations, we can understand something interesting about their relationship.

VIEW ### Solving Infinity

By assessing the nature of numbers, base systems, and solving infinity, we lay the foundations for a solution to the Russel paradox, and Continuum Hypothesis, and much more.

VIEW