Towards New Definitions in Mathematics

Adam Saul Krok
2 min readAug 19, 2023

Summary:

Pi=infinity

e= negative infinity

Pi.e=0

Sqrt(1)=pi

1^2=e

In this article I want to use a different method for evaluating infinite type problems.

All we have to do is define pi and e as either positive or negative infinity according to a preset convention. Next I want to prove that pi.e is the numerical value of the infinite idea zero. Zero is both a number and an idea. In its two states it represents either nothingness (zero as number) or equal but opposite complementaries ( zero as idea)

Now I can show that there exists within nature a metaphysical object which correlates to both nothingness and equal but opposite complementaries. Pi represents a perfect circle. e a perfect square. As these two collide and become pi.e they become one unified shape of opposites- a squared circle or a shaped shapelessness. At this exact point, this object represents nothingness with the numerical value pi.e.

It is armed with this knowledge that we may equate all zeroes in mathematics with pi.e and thereby learn to both multiply and divide ( and even add and subtract) zeroes within mathematics.

Combine this with the conventional positioning of pi and e as both positive and negative infinity respectively and we can evaluate every type of infinite type operation simply by substitution.

Moreover the true nature of pi and e have never been discovered. What we will find is that these two transcendental numbers are actually operations, pi corresponding with square root and e with squaring. Now when we apply these transcendental numbers/infinite operators to the identity 1 we are left with the operators numerical identity. Therefore sqrt(1) is pi itself and 1^2 is e.

Fin.

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