I realize that we describe many dimensional and abstract things with only shapes that fit on 2 dimensions. All the operators, objects, sets, Integrals, derivatives, higher math I don't know yet, is all described by equations that could be written down on a 2-dimensional surface, such as paper. I believe we could get help in describing more advanced things if we used 3 dimensions.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Equations have been written on paper and other surfaces for a long time, and with our advances, (and many more advances to come) in computers, I believe we should try to devise a system of representing equations in 3 dimensions. Such a system would only be accessible on a computer or some other device.

If it is not advantageous whatsoever, then I still think we should do it because it would be very interesting.

(PS. If there already is such a system in development, PLEASE show me.)

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# Equations are 2-dimensional

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