#### Authors:

Prabir Chandra Bhattacharyya,#### DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2024.10.00001#### Keywords:

Bhattacharyya's Theorem,Concept of limit,Number Theory,Rectangular Bhattacharyya's coordinates,Role of multiplication and inversion,Theory of Dynamics of Numbers,#### Abstract

*In this paper, the author proved that the product of two negatively directed numbers is a negatively directed number. This article is the outcome of previously published (2021-2024) ten (10) articles of this author. It is true that the negative of a negative number is a positive number. It has been done by applying the inversion process to a negative number. The process of inversion does not satisfy the basic concept of multiplication. Multiplication is defined as the adding of a number concerning another number repeatedly. So, the process of inversion does not comply with the fundamental concept of multiplication. According to the Theory of Dynamics of Numbers there exist three types of numbers: (1) Neutral or discrete numbers (2) Positively directed numbers (3) Negatively directed numbers. In general, we use four types of operators: addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*

*x*

*), and division (÷) in mathematical calculations. Besides these, we use the negative sign (-) as an inversion operator. The positive sign (+) and negative sign (-) also represent the direction of neutral or discrete numbers. In this paper, the author introduced Fermat's Last Theorem:*

*x*

^{n}*+ y*.

^{n}= z^{n}for n = 2 in Bhattacharyya's Theorem to prove that the product of two negatively directed numbers is a negatively directed number using the concept of the Theory of Dynamics of Numbers. In this paper, the author framed new laws of multiplication and inversion. Also, the author has given a comparative study between the conventional method of multiplication and the present concept of multiplication citing some practical examples. The author has become successful in finding the root of a quadratic equation in real numbers even if the discriminant, b^{2}– 4ac < 0 without using the concept of the imaginary number and also in determining the radius of a circle even if g^{2}+ f^{2}< c, in real number without using the concept of complex numbers. With one example the author proved that this theorem is applicable in ‘Calculus’ also#### Refference:

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