Mathematical Treatise 8 for Coordinate Calculus Calculus (c)opyright 2007 - by Seung Kim

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    Of absolute space there is no particular.. of the circle is the
    wholeness. And pieces can be extrapolated by the circle to explain
    the trigometric and geometric functions therein. To digress into it
    cannot lead to the field of art, but it leads to function based
    fluctuation in variables. All of which consist of operations that are
    either inversive or expansive..but they all follow set boundaries
    based on the logic of the range in which all combination of operations
    can be employed to lead to categorical coordinate calculus..It must be
    comparable from the circular boundary and its relative distance from
    it to describe it in exigence.

    Mathematical Treatise 8 for Coordinate Calculus (c)opyright 2007 - by
    Seung Kim
     
    Deadspeak2, Aug 3, 2007
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