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# 4D Maths and the number 3

## 4D Maths and the number 3

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4D Maths and the number 3
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For both both functions, if you so what we’re gonna do is Yeah, that’s right, we’re going to add each individual digit together. We’re not going to collapse in base 10. We’re going to write each number, each number as a normal number. So, so let’s start with the start there. As you can see, you know what happens at the top there? We got, like seven plus three, for example, equal 10. But seven plus four will equal 11. Yeah, so we’re combining this this three in this four above. Yeah, we’re seeing the difference here is 10 and 11 here. And so as we go on and do that, like we find the next number 10 And that will be associated with the next 10 Because associated with one a nine added together for the root three, so that’ll be on the, on the from the root three to root eight would be 10. On the next on the second countless, e two. Yep. Whereas coming up on the bottom function, we have zero maps to nine, which equals nine. Yeah, so we can map all of those numbers right the way through to 1-234-567-8910 digits. Let’s do that. Yeah, 10 digits, including the first one will be a decimal point nine after the decimal point. And what we find here then, is that we find a certain number numbers of virgin Yeah, so let me just go through the numbers. So the top point, the first one, I’m going to say is for the root three, and the second one I’m gonna say is for root five and you can write these down. So route three, write that at the top, and make another line underneath route five, and it’s going to be 10 to 11. Yep. Then it’s going to be 10 to nine, then it’d be eight to 10. Then it’s going to be 12 to one, then it’s going to be eight to 13. Six to 13, nine to 13. eight to seven, eight to nine, and then finally five, five. So what we’re really looking at there if you analyse the numbers is you can see how the number 10 is you know, because we can see the numbers growing and shrinking again, how it grows from the number 1011 And then splits and divides used to mean 11 is if you added them together, 10 plus 10. On the top, there’s 20 and 11 plus nine is also 20. Yeah, we get the same sort of thing here with the 20 don’t we eight plus eight plus 212. Sorry, is another 20, isn’t it? Yeah. But when we go down, we’ve got 10 plus one is only an 11. Yeah, so we’re falling short, no, but we can take the nine from before and we can add that and we get our 20 again. And so once we get that first set, I’m trying to point out what’s kind of going on? Yeah. Then we find out a little bit happening because when we get 613 Eight, and once we do that we’ve got these two separate types of numbers, and they’re adding together and making a 20. So you can you understand what we’re really doing here is we’re breaking down that base 10 And we’ve got to the numbers 813 Interesting Fibonacci number sequence is in there. But also, you know, 813 is a yes divine ratio in nature.

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