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Introduction to Supreme Number (Part 1)

Nachimani Charde*, Komalavali Dharmalingam**

*Department of Mechanical, Material and Manufacturing Engineering

The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus,

Jalan Broga, 43500 Semenyih, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

Tel:+60389248000 Fax: +60389248002 Email: nachi.charde@nottingham.edu.my

**Institute of Pharmaceuticals and Nutraceuticals Malaysia

Universiti Sains Malaysia. Email: komala@ipharm.gov.my

Mathematical world is always wonderful, amazing, and meaningful. It was made of varieties of analysis and domains. To date, it helps to improve many branches of science and technology. Although the current domains or branches are marvellous, the natural numbers are the base for all the mathematics. Great mathematicians in history had an idea that there must be a special one (supreme number) controls the numbers' theory; either directly or indirectly. This idea initiated me to analyze the numbers theory and consequently a number was identified with supreme qualities. Hence a computing tool (digit summed) was introduced at first, and then analyzed. Later it was compared with the famous mathematical approaches as to find a link between them. How does the supreme number influence mathematical approaches? This is the proving part of this research which has been checked with famous mathematics. I was surprised that most of the mathematics was influenced by one of the natural numbers. The assumption of old mathematicians is correct then. It was the most weighted number in the natural numbers. Yes, it is the nine (9) which had the supreme qualities and most of today's mathematics are directly and also indirectly have a relationship with it when digit-summed method is used. Eventually any results of numbers of mathematical world can be categorized into four as Supreme Numbers, None-Supreme Numbers, Ordered-Supreme Numbers and Random-Supreme Number.

Supreme Number; Numbers Theory; Number Nine.

A summing tool (digit sum) is re-introduced here to bring any values of numbers to natural numbers [1]. It is just done by adding its' subsequent digits. Thus, if 208 are considered here, and then it will be added as follows. 2+0+8 = 10 = 1+0 = 1. This is the basic methodology used long ago to bring any values of arithmetic result to the natural number of 10 digits [2]. It is shortly, called Digits-Summed. By applying such a tool, we can analyze the old mathematicians' ideas of that; there must be a single number influences natural number! If the idea creates significance today; what will be the number then? Let’s move on to the analysis.

Firstly, the basic arithmetic function is performed.

Firstly, Pascal’s Triangle was checked and found that it does not generate a digits-sum of nine at any row. It can be expanded to infinity but there is no existence of nine (9) at any row and is also fulfilling the pairs theory. Two pairs of numbers (0+9) (3+6) are missing.

1) Nine is the most weighted number of natural or decimal
numbers.

2) Nine plays important role on many branch of
mathematics. Hence, it is named as supreme number of
natural number due to its supreme qualities.

3) Any results of numbers of mathematical world can be
categorized into four as Supreme Numbers, None-Supreme Numbers, Ordered-Supreme Numbers and
Random-Supreme Numbers.

4) Supreme Number is determined by performing digit-summed on any mathematical approach at the moment.

5) The analysis is also possible for other numbering
system like octal, hexadecimal, and binary numbering
system.

This project was funded by private funders

[1] Number Nine of decimal number [Online]. Available:
http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/9_(number)

[2] Theory 9. [Online]. Available:http://heroeswiki.com/9.

[3] Lionel Salem, Frederic Testard, Coralie Salem “The Most Beautiful
Mathematical Formulas” John wiley and Sons Inc. 1990.

[4] Number Nine [Online]. Available:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9_(number)

[5] Nine, Library of Alexandria [Online]. Available:
http://www.halexandria.org/dward091.htm