# On Imaginary Numbers

When we think about imaginary numbers, with what exactly are we dealing?

If mathematics begins in Euclid’s axioms as a process of finding the simplest elements of an object, then imaginary numbers represent a leap beyond the fundamental premises of normal mathematics. Since an imaginary number like the standard z=a+bi ,where i represents the imaginary component of z, contain duality. I would propose that imaginary numbers are the mathematics of molecules where there is no element present, that is no single substance pervades the object rather an indistinguishable duality of substance constitutes the object’s essence.

In conclusion imaginary numbers are the mathematics of molecules and not elements.