Multiplication Zones (1830)
Multiplication is the form of expression set equal to the inverse function of symmetrical exponentation which stand as multiplicative identity reflects a point across the origin.
This section is referring to wiki page9 of gist section5 that is inherited from the gist section59 by prime spin18 and span with the partitions as below.
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 Symmetrical Breaking (spin 8)
 The Angular Momentum (spin 9)
 Entrypoint of Momentum (spin 10)
 The Mapping of Spacetime (spin 11)
 Similar Order of Magnitude (spin 12)
 Searching for The Graviton (spin 13)
 Elementary Retracements (spin 14)
 Recycling of Momentum (spin 15)
 Exchange Entrypoint (spin 16)
 The Mapping Order (spin 17)
 Magnitude Order (spin 18)
The multiplication zones is a symmetric matrix representing the multilinear relationship of a stretching and shearing within the plane of the base unit.
Square Dimensions
The cyclic behaviors of MEC30 are represented by the pure numerical of the 8 × 8 square product positions that sets continues infinitely.
In this one system, represented as an icon, we can see the distribution profile of the prime numbersas well as their products via a chessboardlike model in Fig. 4. This fundamental chewing
 We show the connection in the MEC 30 mathematically and precisely in the table Fig. 13. The organization of this table is based on the wellknown idea of Christian Goldbach.
 That every even number from the should be the sum of two prime numbers. From now on we call all pairs of prime numbers without “1”, 2, 3, 5 Goldbach couples.
The MEC 30 transforms this idea from Christian Goldbach into the structure of a numerical double strand, into an opposite link of the MEC 30 scale. (MEC 30  pdf)
To implement the above octagonal format of MEC30 then this project will use the unique location of .github
across the GitHub platform as listed below:
 [user]/.github
 [user]/[user]/.github
 [user]/[user].github.io/.github
 [user]/[the other user's repos]/.github
 [orgs]/.github
 [orgs]/[orgs]/.github
 [orgs]/[orgs].github.io/.github
 [orgs]/[the other organizations's repos]/.github
Since the first member is 30 then the form is initiated by a matrix of 5 x 6 = 30
which has to be transformed first to 6 x 6 = 36 = 6²
prior to the above MEC30's square.
A square system of coupled nonlinear equations can be solved iteratively by Newton’s method. This method uses the Jacobian matrix of the system of equations. (Wikipedia)
Each of the nine (9) types express themselves as one of the three (3) subtypes. So from this perspective, there are 27 distinct patterns which are usually denoted by letters.
Mathematically, this type of system requires 27 letters (19, 10–90, 100–900). In practice, the last letter, tav (which has the value 400), is used in combination with itself or other letters from qof (100) onwards to generate numbers from 500 and above. Alternatively, the 22letter Hebrew numeral set is sometimes extended to 27 by using 5 sofit (final) forms of the Hebrew letters. (Wikipedia)
We found also a useful method called Square of Nine which was developed by WD Gann to analyze stock market behaviour base on astrological pattern.
He designed a new approach to predicting market behavior using several disciplines, including geometry, astrology, astronomy, and ancient mathematics. They say that not long before his death, Gann developed a unique trading system. However, he preferred not to make his invention public or share it with anyone. (PipBear)
They are used to determine critical points where an asset's momentum is likely to reverse for the equities when paired with additional momentum
Lineage Retracement
Osp(84)  1  2  3  4  th
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π(10)  2  3  5  7  4th
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π(19)  11  13  17  19  8th
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π(29)  23  29      10th
==========+====+=👇=+====+=====+====
π(41)  31  37  41    13th 👈
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π(59)  43  47  53  59  17th
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π(72)  61  67  71    20th
==========+====+====+====+=====+====
π(72+11)  73  79  83    23th
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π(83+18)  89  97 101    26th
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π(101+8) 103 107 109    29th
This density will bring the D3Brane where the lexer is being assigned per MEC30. Base on the its spin as shown in the above picture this lexer is assigned by Id: 33
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In this short review, we have briefly described the structure of exceptional field theories (ExFT’s), which provide a (T)Uduality covariant approach to supergravity. These are based on symmetries of toroidally reduced supergravity; however are defined on a general background.
 From the point of view of ExFT the toroidal background is a maximally symmetric solution preserving all Uduality symmetries. In this sense the approach is similar to the embedding tensor technique, which is used to define gauge supergravity in a covariant and supersymmetry invariant form. Although any particular choice of gauging breaks certain amount of supersymmetry, the formalism itself is completely invariant. Similarly the Uduality covariant approach is transferred to dynamics of branes in both string and Mtheory, whose construction has not been covered here.
 In the text, we described construction of the field content of exceptional field theories from fields of dimensionally reduced 11dimensional supergravity, and local and global symmetries of the theories. Various solutions of the section constraint giving Type IIA/B, 11D and lowerdimensional gauged supergravities have been discussed without going deep into technical details. For readers’ convenience references for the original works are present.
 As a formalism exceptional field theory has found essential number of application, some of which have been described in this review in more details. In particular, we have covered generalized twist reductions of ExFTs, which reproduce lowerdimensional gauged supergravities, description of nongeometric brane backgrounds and an algorithm for generating deformations of supergravity backgrounds based on frame change inside DFT. However, many fascinating applications of the DFT and ExFT formalisms have been left aside.
Among these are nonabelian Tdualities in terms of PoissonLie transformations inside DFT [100,101]; generating supersymmetric vacua and consistent truncations of supergravity into lower dimensions [102,103,104] (for review see [105]); compactifications on nongeometric (CalabiYau) backgrounds and construction of cosmological models [54,55,106,107]. (UDualities in Type II and MTheory)
The Golden Ratio "symbolically links each new generation to its ancestors, preserving the continuity of relationship as the means for retracing its lineage."
During the last few years of the 12th century, Fibonacci undertook a series of travels around the Mediterranean. At this time, the world’s most prominent mathematicians were Arabs, and he spent much time studying with them. His work, whose title translates as the Book of Calculation, was extremely influential in that it popularized the use of the Arabic numerals in Europe, thereby revolutionizing arithmetic and allowing scientific experiment and discovery to progress more quickly. (Famous Mathematicians)
The mathematically significant Fibonacci sequence defines a set of ratios which can be used to determine probable entry and exit points.
Simply stated, the Golden Ratio establishes that the small is to the large as the large is to the whole. This is usually applied to proportions between segments.
 In the special case of a unit segment, the Golden Ratio provides the only way to divide unity in two parts that are in a geometric progression:
 The side of a pentagonpentagram can clearly be seen as in relation to its diagonal as 1: (√5 +1)/2 or 1:φ, the Golden Section:
 When you draw all the diagonals in the pentagon you end up with the pentagram. The pentagram shows that the Golden Gnomon, and therefore Golden Ratio, are iteratively contained inside the pentagon:
 There are set of sequence known as Fibonacci retracement. For unknown reasons, these Fibonacci ratios seem to play a role in the stock market, just as they do in nature. The Fibonacci retracement levels are 0.236, 0.382, 0.618, and 0.786.
 The key Fibonacci ratio of 61.8% is found by dividing one number in the series by the number that follows it. For example, 21 divided by 34 equals 0.6176, and 55 divided by 89 equals about 0.61798.
 The 38.2% ratio is discovered by dividing a number in the series by the number located two spots to the right. For instance, 55 divided by 144 equals approximately 0.38194.
 The 23.6% ratio is found by dividing one number in the series by the number that is three places to the right. For example, 8 divided by 34 equals about 0.23529.
 The 78.6% level is given by the square root of 61.8%
 While not officially a Fibonacci ratio, 0.5 is also commonly referenced (50% is derived not from the Fibonacci sequence but rather from the idea that on average stocks retrace half their earlier movements).
This study cascade culminating in the Fibonacci digital root sequence (also period24). (Golden Ratio  Articles)
(√0.618  0.618) x 1000 = (0.786  0.618) x 1000 = 0.168 x 1000 = 168 = π(1000)
By parsering 168 primes of 1000 id's across π(π(100 x 100))  1 = 200
then the (Δ1) would be initiated. As you may guess they will slightly forms the hexagonal patterns.
The Hexagon chart begins with a 0 in the center, surrounded by the numbers 1 through 6. Each additional layer adds 6 more numbers as we move out, and these numbers are arranged into a Hexagon formation. This is pretty much as far as Gann went in his descriptions. He basically said, “This works, but you have to figure out how.”One method that I’ve found that works well on all these kinds of charts is plotting planetary longitude values on them, and looking for patterns. On the chart above, each dot represents the location of a particular planet. The red one at the bottom is the Sun, and up from it is Mars. These are marked on the chart. Notice that the Sun and Mars are connected along a pink line running through the center of the chart. The idea is that when two planets line up along a similar line, we have a signal event similar to a conjunction in the sky. Any market vibrating to the Hexagon arrangement should show some kind of response to this situation. (Wave59)
We are focusing to MEC30 so we end up this exponentiation by the famous quote from WD Gann himself stating an important changes by certain repetition of 30.
W.D. Gann: “Stocks make important changes in trend every 30, 60, 120, 150, 210, 240, 300, 330, 360 days or degrees from any important top or bottom.”
In line with 168 there is 330 located of 10th layer. Since the base unit of 30 repeats it self on the center then this 11 x 30 = 330
is pushed to the 10 + 1 = 11th layer
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The Interchange Layers
That is, if the powers of 10 all returned with blue spin, or as a series of rainbows, or evenly alternating colors or other nonrandom results, ***then I'd say prime numbers appear to have a linkage to 10. I may not know what the the linkage is, just that it appears to exist*** _([HexSpin](https://www.hexspin.com/minorhexagons/))_.
Within these 1000 primes there will be fractions which end up with 168 identities. This will be the same structure as the seven (7) pàrtitions of addition zones.
The first 1000 prime numbers are silently screaming: “Pay attention to us, for we hold the secret to the distribution of all primes!” We heard the call, and with ‘strange coincidences’ leading the way have discovered compelling evidence that the 1000th prime number, 7919, is the perfectly positioned cornerstone of a mathematical object with highly organized substructures and stunning reflectional symmetries. (PrimesDemystified)
1st layer:
It has a total of 1000 numbers
Total primes = π(1000) = 168 primes
2nd layer:
It will start by π(168)+1 as the 40th prime
It has 100x100 numbers or π(π(10000)) = 201 primes
Total cum primes = 168 + (20140) = 168+161 = 329 primes
3rd layer:
Behave reversal to 2nd layer which has a total of 329 primes
The primes will start by π(π(π(1000th prime)))+1 as the 40th prime
This 1000 primes will become 1000 numbers by 1st layer of the next level
Total of all primes = 329 + (32940) = 329+289 = 618 = 6191 = 619 primes  Δ1
By the six (6) matrices above it is clearly shows that there is a fascinating connection between prime numbers and the Golden ratio.
There is a fascinating connection between prime numbers and the Golden ratio.
 The Golden ratio is an irrational number, which means that it cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers. However, it can be approximated by dividing consecutive Fibonacci numbers.
 Additionally, it has been observed that the frequency of prime numbers in certain sequences related to the Golden ratio (such as the continued fraction expansion of the Golden ratio) appears to be higher than in other sequences.
 Interestingly, the Fibonacci sequence is closely related to prime numbers, as any two consecutive Fibonacci numbers are always coprime.
However, the exact nature of the relationship between primes and the Golden ratio is still an active area of research.
π(1000) = π(Φ x 618) = 168
During this interchange, the two 16plets will be crossing over and farther apart but they are more likely to stick together and not switch places.
Another fascinating feature of this array is that any even number of–not necessarily contiguous–factors drawn from any one of the 32 angles in this modulo 120 configuration distribute products to 1(mod 120) or 49 (mod 120), along with the squares.

We see from the graphic above that the digital roots of the Fibonacci numbers indexed to our domain (Numbers ≌ to {1,7,11,13,17,19,23,29} modulo 30) repeat palindromically every 32 digits (or 4 thirts) consisting of 16 pairs of bilateral 9 sums.
 The digital root sequence of our domain, on the other hand, repeats every 24 digits (or 3 thirts) and possesses 12 pairs of bilateral 9 sums. The entire Prime Root sequence endtoend covering 360° has 48 pairs of bilateral 9 sums.
 And finally, the Prime Root elements themselves within the Cirque, consisting of 96 elements, has 48 pairs of bilateral sums totaling 360. Essentially, the prime number highway consists of infinitely telescoping circles …
 Also note, the digital roots of the Prime Root Set as well as the digital roots of Fibonnaci numbers and Lucas numbers (the latter not shown above) indexed to it all sum to 432 (48x9) in 360° cycles.
 The sequence involving Fibonacci digital roots repeats every 120°, and has been documented by the author on the OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences: Digital root of Fibonacci numbers indexed by natural numbers not divisible by 2, 3 or 5 (A227896).
 The four faces of our pyramid additively cascade 32 fourtimes triangular numbers (Note that 4 x 32 = 128 = the perimeter of the square base which has an area of 32^2 = 1024 = 2^10).
 These include Fibo13 equivalent 112 (rooted in T7 = 28; 28 x 4 = 112), which creates a pyramidion or capstone in our model, and 2112 (rooted in T32 = 528; 528 x 4 = 2112), which is the index number of the 1000th prime within our domain, and equals the total number of ‘elements’ used to construct the pyramid.
A thirt, in case you’re wondering, is a useful unit of measure when discussing intervals in natural numbers not divisible by 2, 3 or 5. A thirt, equivalent to one rotation around the Prime Spiral Sieve is like a mile marker on the prime number highway. If we take the Modulo 30 Prime Spiral Sieve and expand it to Modulo 360, we see that there are 12 thirts in one complete circle, or ‘cirque’ as we’ve dubbed it. Each thirt consists of 8 elements. (PrimesDemystified)
1000 x (π(11) + 360) days = 1000 x 365 days = 1000 years
Both 1/89 and 1/109 have the Fibonacci sequence encoded in their decimal expansions illustrates a period24 palindromic that bring the powers of pi.
When the digital root of perfect squares is sequenced within a modulo 30 x 3 = modulo 90 horizon, beautiful symmetries in the form of period24 palindromes are revealed, which the author has documented on the OnLine Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences as Digital root of squares of numbers not divisible by 2, 3 or 5 (A24092):
1, 4, 4, 7, 1, 1, 7, 4, 7, 1, 7, 4, 4, 7, 1, 7, 4, 7, 1, 1, 7, 4, 4, 1
In the matrix pictured below, we list the first 24 elements of our domain, take their squares, calculate the modulo 90 congruence and digital roots of each square, and display the digital root factorization dyad for each square (and map their collective bilateral 9 sum symmetry). (PrimesDemystified)
Geometrically, a transformation matrix rotates, stretches, or shears the vectors it acts upon. The corresponding eigenvalue is often represented as the multiplying factor.
In the matrix pictured below, we list the first 24 elements of our domain, take their squares, calculate the modulo 90 congruence and digital roots of each square, and display the digital root factorization dyad for each square (and map their collective bilateral 9 sum symmetry). (PrimesDemystified)
77s Structure
Let's consider a Metaron's Cube as a geometric figure composed of 13 equal circles with lines from the center of each circle extending out to the centers of the other 12 circles.
The 13 circles of the Metatron’s cube can be seen as a diagonal axis projection of a 3dimensional cube, as 8 corner spheres and 6 facecentered spheres. Two spheres are projected into the center from a 3fold symmetry axis. The facecentered points represent an octahedron. Combined these 14 points represent the facecentered cubic lattice cell. (Wikipedia)
If the four pieces are restructured in the form of a rectangle, it appears that the overall area has inexplicably lost one unit! What has happened?
Notice that the divisions in the original square have been done according to some Fibonacci numbers: 5, 8 and 13=5+8; therefore the sides of the transformed rectangle are also Fibonacci numbers because it has been constructed additively. Now, do you guess how could we correct the dimensions of the initial square so that the above transformation into a rectangle was areapreserving? Yes, as it could not be another way round, we need to introduce the Golden Ratio! If the pieces of the square are constructed according to Golden proportions, then the area of the resulting rectangle will coincide with the area of the square. (Phi particle physics)
Φ = 2,10
Δ = 5,7,17
3': 13,18,25,42
2' » 13 to 77, Δ = 64
2' and 3' » 13 to 45, Δ = 32
2" + 5" = 7" = 77
2"=22, 3"=33, 2" + 3" = 5" = 55
13,
16, 18,
21, 23, 25,
28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42,
45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 63, 65, 67, 69, 71, 73, 75, 77
32 + 11×7 = 109 = ((10th)th prime)
The Standard Model presently recognizes seventeen distinct particles—twelve fermions and five bosons. As a consequence of flavor and color combinations and antimatter, the fermions and bosons are known to have 48 and 13 variations, respectively.[ (Wikipedia)
$True Prime Pairs:
(5,7), (11,13), (17,19)
Prime Loops:
π(10) = 4 (node)
π(100) = 25 (partition)
π(1000)  29 = 139 (section)
π(10000)  29th  29 = 1091 (segment)
π(100000)  109th  109 = 8884 (texture)
Sum: 4 + 25 + 139 + 1091 + 8884 = 10143 (object)
 168  618 
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19¨  2  3  5  7  4¤ > assigned to "id:30" 19¨
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17¨  11  13  17  19  4¤ > assigned to "id:31" 
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{12¨} 23  29  2¤ (M & F) > assigned to "id:32" 
++++ 
11¨  31  37  41  3¤ > Np(33) assigned to "id:33" > 77¨ ✔️
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19¨  43  47  53  57  4¤ > assigned to "id:34" 
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{18¨} 61  63  71  3¤ > assigned to "id:35" 
++++++++++ 
43¨  73  79  87  89  97  101  103  107  109  9¤ (C1 & C2) 43¨
++++++++++ 
139¨  13¨  15¨  15¨ 
 1 2 3  4 5 6  7 8 9 
Δ Δ Δ
Mod 30 Mod 60 Mod 90
Both scheme are carrying a correlation between two (2) number of 89 and 109 which provide the bilateral of 12 to the 24 cells of prime hexagon.
Every repository on GitHub.com comes equipped with a section for hosting documentation, called a wiki. You can use your repository’s wiki to share longform content about your project, such as how to use it, how you designed it, or its core principles. (GitHub)
7 x π(89) = 7 x 24 = 168 = π(1000)
Finally we found that the loop corresponds to a quadratic polynomial originated from the 4th coupling of MEC30 which is holded by five (5) cells between 13 and 17.
Further observation of this 13 vs 17 phenomenon also introduces a lower bound of Mod 90 to four (4) of possible length scales in the structure of prime recycling.
It appears that the triangulations and magic squares structuring the distribution of all prime numbers involving symmetry groups rotated by the 8dimensional algorithms.
In sum, we’re positing that Palindromagon + {9/3} Star Polygon = Regular Enneazetton.
 The significance of this ‘chainofevents’ is that we can state with deterministic certainty that cycling the period24 digital root dyads of both twin primes and the modulo 90 factorization sequences of numbers not divisible by 2, 3, or 5 generates an infinite progression of these complex polygons possessing stunning reflectional and translational symmetries.
 Lastly, let’s compare the abovepictured ‘enneazetton’ to an 18gon 9point star generated by the first three primes; 2, 3 and 5 (pictured below), and we see that they are identical, save for the number of sides (9 vs. 18). They are essentially convex and concave versions of each other.
This is geometric confirmation of the deep if not profound connection between the three twin prime distribution channels (which remember have 2, 3, and 5 encoded in their Prime Spiral Sieve angles) and the first three primes, 2, 3, and 5. (PrimesDemystified)
The symmetries that come into focus when the lense aperature, of the Prime Spiral Sieve is tripled to modulo 90, synchronizing its modulus with its period24 digital root.
Palindromic Sequence
The terminating digits of the prime root angles (24,264,868; see illustration of Prime Spiral Sieve) when added to their reversal (86,846,242) = 111,111,110, not to mention this sequence possesses symmetries that dovetail perfectly with the prime root and Fibo sequences.
 And when you combine the terminating digit symmetries described above, capturing three rotations around the sieve in their actual sequences, you produce the ultimate combinatorial symmetry:
 The pattern of 9’s created by decomposing and summing either the digits of Fibonacci numbers indexed to the first two rotations of the spiral (a palindromic pattern {1393717997173931} that repeats every 16 Fibo index numbers) or, similarly, decomposing and summing the prime root angles.
 The decomposition works as follows (in digit sum arithmetic this would be termed summing to the digital root) of F17 (the 17th Fibonacci number) = 1597 = 1 + 5 + 9 + 7 = 22 = 2 + 2 = 4:Parsing the squares by their mod 90 congruence reveals that there are 96 perfect squares generated with each 4 * 90 = 360 degree cycle, which distribute 16 squares to each of 6 mod 90 congruence subsets defined as n congruent to {1, 19, 31, 49, 61, 79} forming 4 bilateral 80 sums. (PrimesDemystified)
The vortex theory of the atom was a 19thcentury attempt by William Thomson (later Lord Kelvin) to explain why the atoms recently discovered by chemists came in only relatively few varieties but in very great numbers of each kind. Based on the idea of stable, knotted vortices in the ether or aether, it contributed an important mathematical legacy.
 The vortex theory of the atom was based on the observation that a stable vortex can be created in a fluid by making it into a ring with no ends. Such vortices could be sustained in the luminiferous aether, a hypothetical fluid thought at the time to pervade all of space. In the vortex theory of the atom, a chemical atom is modelled by such a vortex in the aether.
 Knots can be tied in the core of such a vortex, leading to the hypothesis that each chemical element corresponds to a different kind of knot. The simple toroidal vortex, represented by the circular “unknot” 01, was thought to represent hydrogen. Many elements had yet to be discovered, so the next knot, the trefoil knot 31, was thought to represent carbon.
However, as more elements were discovered and the periodicity of their characteristics established in the periodic table of the elements, it became clear that this could not be explained by any rational classification of knots. This, together with the discovery of subatomic particles such as the electron, led to the theory being abandoned. (Wikipedia)
Since we are discussing about prime distribution then this 18's structure will also cover the further scheme that is inherited from the above 37 files.
This web enabled demonstration shows a polar plot of the first 20 nontrivial Riemann zeta function zeros (including Gram points) along the critical line Zeta(1/2+it) for real values of t running from 0 to 50. The consecutively labeled zeros have 50 red plot points between each, with zeros identified by concentric magenta rings scaled to show the relative distance between their values of t. Gram’s law states that the curve usually crosses the real axis once between zeros. (TheoryOfEverything)
1 + 7 + 29 = 37 = 19 + 18
By our project, these 37 files are located within the wiki of main repository and organized by the 18's structure located per the 18 files of project gist.
Angular Momentum
You may learn that sets of algebraic objects has a multilinear relationship related to a vector space called tensor.
Tensors may map between different objects such as vectors, scalars, even other tensors contained in a group of partitions.
In mathematical physics, Clebsch–Gordan coefficients are the expansion coefficients of total angular momentum eigenstates in an uncoupled tensor product basis.
Mathematically, they specify the decomposition of the tensor product of two irreducible representations into a direct sum of irreducible representations, where the type and the multiplicities of these irreducible representations are known abstractly. The name derives from the German mathematicians Alfred Clebsch (1833–1872) and Paul Gordan (1837–1912), who encountered an equivalent problem in invariant theory.
Generalization to SU(3) of Clebsch–Gordan coefficients is useful because of their utility in characterizing hadronic decays, where a flavorSU(3) symmetry exists (the eightfold way) that connects the three light quarks: up, down, and strange. (Wikipedia)
In linear algebra, there is vector is known as eigenvector, a nonzero vector that changes at most by a scalar factor when linear transformation is applied to it.
The eigenvectors of the matrix (red lines) are the two special directions such that every point on them will just slide on them (Wikipedia).
In later sections, we will discuss finding all the solutions to a polynomial function. We will also discuss solving multiple equations with multiple unknowns.
From what we learned above about segregating twin prime candidates, we can demonstrate that they compile additively in perfect progression, completing an infinite sequence of circles (multiples of 30 and 360)
Our 18s gists would form the 18s structure of 11s and 7s where by the 11s, the 20th prime 71 would stand as eigenvalue and by the 7s, the 11th prime 31 would stand as the new symmetical zero axis by means of MEC30 Structure. So whenever the 11s is compactified down to 4 dimensions it will always be compactifed by the 7s as their extended branes which including the eigenvector of dark energy and finally become another level of 11 dimensions that lead to the concept of multiple universes.
Δ prime = 114th prime  19 = (6 x 19)th prime  19 = 619  19 = 600 = 3 x 200
Observing more detail of the discussed scheme of 168 we will get it also when we take the 19's and 17's cell of (31+37)+(35+65)=68+100=168
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Physical Movements
By our project the 18’s on the gist will cover five (5) unique functions that behave as one (1) central plus four (4) zones. This scheme will be implemented to all of the 168 repositories as bilateral way (inout) depend on their postion on the system. So along with the gist it self then there shall be 1 + 168 = 169
units of 1685 root functions.
5 + 2 x 5 x 168 = 5 + 1680 = 1685 root functions
By the spin above you can see that the 4 zones of these 19's to 17's
are representing the rotation 1 to 5
. Such of formation can be seen on Ulam Spiral as below.
The Ulam spiral or prime spiral is a graphical depiction of the set of prime numbers, devised by mathematician Stanisław Ulam in 1963 and popularized in Martin Gardner’s Mathematical Games column in Scientific American a short time later.
By the MEC30 we will also discuss the relation of these 4 zones with high density of 40 primes where 60 number is folded.
Both Ulam and Gardner noted that the existence of such prominent lines is not unexpected, as lines in the spiral correspond to quadratic polynomials, and certain such polynomials, such as Euler’s primegenerating polynomial x²x+41, are believed to produce a high density of prime numbers. Nevertheless, the Ulam spiral is connected with major unsolved problems in number theory such as Landau’s problems (Wikipedia).
So by the eight (8) pairs of prime it will always return to the beginning position within 60+40=100 nodes
per layer.
The published diagram by Feynman helped scientists track particle movements in illustrations and visual equations rather than verbose explanations. What seemed almost improbable at the time is now one of the greatest explanations of particle physics — the squiggly lines, diagrams, arrows, quarks, and cartoonish figures are now the established nomenclature and visual story that students, scientists, and readers will see when they learn about this field of science. (medium.com)
8 pairs = 8 x 2 = 16
Transforming particles into antiparticles, and vice versa, requires only the complex conjugate i → −i in our formalism. (Standard Model from an algebra  pdf)