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I believe this method of counting seems to stem from the fact that we have 10 fingers and our early ancestors might have acquired this method of counting by the fact that they are only able to count up to 10 with their hands. However this method of counting seems to have some flaw. I shall explain below.

The issue i'm concern about here is the fact that certain answers to an equation seem to go on forever. A typical example here is 1 / 3 = 0.33333333333, personally i feel this implies a fundamental flaw in our number system.

In fact when we use 0.3333333333 to multiply back by 3, we get 0.9999999999 etc, what happen to the remaining 0.0000000001?

The problem here is that the person who divide must agree with the person who multiplied the specific decimal point to round up to, in order for the "1" to be restored.

For me, math is invented by humans to understanding the codes of reality. The answer must utimately be the same everywhere regardless of the consensus of observers.

I feel the reality seems to reset its cycle at 3, instead of 10. Given that we lived in a 3 dimensional world too.

From this new perspective, the number 1-10 should look something like this:

1

2

3

11

12

13

21

22

23

31

The answer to the above equation 1 / 3 will be 0.1 exactly under this new perspective.

By resetting our mathematics fundamentally, seeing the world in "different language", it might allows us to open new insights to our reality and the wonders of mathematics and indeed the coding of reality will reveal itself to us.