Prabir Chandra Bhattacharyya,




Cartesian Coordinate System,Imaginary Numbers,Quadratic Equation,Rectangular Bhattacharyya’s Coordinate System,Theory of Numbers,Theory of Dynamics of Numbers.,


Considering the basic role of numbers in Mathematics, Science, and Technology the author developed a new structure of numbers named as ‘Theory of Dynamics of Numbers.’ According to the Theory of Dynamics of Numbers, the author defined 0 (zero) is the starting point of any number and also defined 0 (zero) as a neutral number. The numbers can move in infinite directions from the starting point 0 (zero) and back to 0 (zero). The author has defined the three types of numbers: 1) Neutral Numbers, 2) Count Up Numbers, and 3) Count Down Numbers. These three types of numbers cover the entire numbers in the number system where there is no necessity for the concept of imaginary numbers. Introducing this new concept the author solved the quadratic equation in one unknown (say x) in the form ax2 + bx + c = 0, even if the numerical value of the discriminant b2 – 4ac < 0 in real numbers without using the concept of imaginary numbers. Already the author solved the quadratic equation x2 + 1 = 0 and proved that  √ -1 = -1  by using the Theory of Dynamics of Numbers. The Theory of Dynamics of Numbers is a more powerful tool than that of the real and imaginary number system to explain the truth of nature.


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