## Saturday, October 10, 2015

### PHILOSOPHY OF THE DECIMAL SYSTEM: Converting Number Values to a More Significant Format

Here are some equations that I believe can be used to convert numbers such as whole numbers, fractions, or irrationals, into a more meaningful format.

PART 1.

2 * 2 ^ (M root of C - 1)

If we replace the number of categories with the total sum occurring in any sort of data, this provides a meaningful relation of the data in terms of a modular value. The difficulty is how to interpret the modular value? It could simply be the most significant piece of data present within a diagram, such as the mean, median, mode, standard deviation, or point of greatest aberration. If you know which number is significant, and it is less than the total, then you now have a means of calculating the exact number of deductions possible on the set (even if the number is irrational), based on the assumption that the sum is the number of categories, and the modular value is the most significant piece of data. A more sophisticated view might be to interpret the number of categories present in the data (such as whether the data occupies the A,B,C,D quadrants of the Cartesian Coordinate System), and to interpret the mod value in terms of the number of mistakes possible with the data.

How to Interpret the Data:

Value      ---        Interpretation
1                        Unified, simple data. (what system is important?)
2                        Dualistic, logical data (what logic is important?)
3                        Trinitary, synergistic data (which measurable property is important?).
4                        Complex or meaningless (data-intensive, results depend on efficiency).
8                        Extremely complex. (try to organize the data).
16                      Even more complex. (need a genius interpretation)

PART 2.

{{10e * (pi - 1) * x} / 2 } * 13pi

In the case of a value of (x = 1), this yields a long series of nines at one point in the answer, suggesting that it is one of the closest numbers to solving pi, if such a thing is possible. Thus, multiplying any value by the answer expresses the ultimate significance of the value in terms of pi. Thus, this serves as yet another answer for how to enhance data symbolism.

How to Interpret the Data:

Digit  -----      Interpretation

1                    Role for system.
2                    Role for paradox.
3                    Role for properties.
4                    Role for semantics / logic.
5                    Role for modularity.
6                    Role for dualistic properties.
7                    Role for entities.
8                    Role for meaning.
9                    Role for meaningful properties.
0                    Data has been abbreviated / Some of the data is meaningless / Some role for systems without data.

The data may be highly complex, as these values can occur as backward-and-forward relations in the entire visible expression of the entire value. In general, the first values are most determinative for systems, while the later values are more determinative for data. Interpreting all but the values on either side of the decimal point may be difficult for most, but the above guide provides the key.

PART 3.

Multiplying one answer by the other may also yield deductions in terms of pi.

The above piece is available as an academic paper: HERE (COMMENTS OPEN): https://www.academia.edu/16627214/Philosophy_of_the_Decimal_System