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lawtonfogle

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Second, you need to keep an open mind and do not call me crazy.

Third, the person who came up with imaginary numbers was probally called crazy at first, but now he isn't.

Fourth, i will use 'in.' to represent infinity.

Fifth, the math rule of law 'Any number times zero equals zero' must be changed to 'Any real, imaginary, or complex number times zero equals zero', which is (as of right now) just as true as the first rule.

OK, now down to business.

Does not (X/1)*(a/X)=A/1

this should work for anynumber, true

What about X=0 then.

It will if three new laws exist.

(note, the 'in.' stands for the infinity sign, and that the powers apply to the infinity sign, not a.)

1) (a'in.'^x)/0 = a'in.'^(x+1)

2) (a'in.'^x)*0 = a'in.'^(x-1)

3) 'in.'^0 = 1

KEEP AN OPEN MIND

so

(x/1)*(a/x) if x=o

then

(0/1)*(a/0)

which equals

0*(a/0)

which equals due to rule number 1)

0*(a'in.'^1)

which equals due to rule number 2)

a'in'^0

which equals due to rule number 3)

a*1

which equals

a

which equals

a/1

so

(0/1)*(a/0)=(a/1)

so

(x/1)*(a/x)=(a/1) even if x=0

This is a theory because a theory is a set of rules which are always proven true. And the rules 1),2),3) are proven true in all equations i put them in.

So this must be a true theory, not an idea

please respond if you find this false so i can try to modify these rules.