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St Augustine

Bergson

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What Is Math

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The above diagram is an illustration of the three fundamental concepts needed for a comprehensive understanding of *existential problems*. It consists of:

(1) The **Summary of Existence**: a mathematical identity which presents *existence* as a totality of matter's ({m}_{n}) adventures in its myriad *residences* (*s _{i}*) in a universal apriori Space Continuum,

These adventures are expressed in various snapshots of time *t* within the boundaries of the time of birth (t_{b}) and the time of death (t_{d}), as 7 existential problems called *P*_{j} problems: *containership*, *identity*, *force*, *motion*, *change*, *grouping/interaction* and *equilibrium*. In essence, all problems nature poses to humans are *p _{j} problems*. In other words, the Knowledge-Information Continuum humans have established is a composite of only

Most problems are composites of * p _{j} problems*. In such scenarios, there are

(2) The **Problem-Solving Arrow**: indicates the duality in *matter's residence* (static and dynamic spaces) and the duality of the *problem flow* of existential problems (static <-> dynamic <-> dynamic <-> static).

(3) The **Problem Genome**: is the complete genetic expressions of existential problems. In other words, existential problems are coded by nature. This code consists of two *base sequences* (one sequence for the static space and the other for the dynamic space) attached to the *Allele* of interest of a *Pj Problem of Interest*. An *Allele* is a variation of a *Pj Problem of Interest*. For example, *location*, *volume* and *area* problems are *alleles* of the Pj Problem *containership* (P1).

The base sequence for matter in a *single-matter static space* is P1P2P7 = 127. This base sequence says that matter is in equilibrium in the given space. Its containership is represented by 1; its identity is represented by 2 and its equilibrium is represented by 7.

The base sequence for matter in a *single-matter dynamic space* is P1P2P7P3P5 = 12735. This base sequence says that the action of some force represented by 3, has resulted in a dynamic space represented by 5 which is a *change* code since the primary characteristic of a dynamic space is *change*.

The Allele of Interest of a PPI is then attached to the base sequences to form a *Pj Problem String* (PPS) with P1 (*containership*) as its lower bound and the allele of interest of a PPI (PPI.A) as its upper bound. It is important to note that the first 5 prime numbers constitute the alphabet for the base sequences of *Pj Problem Strings*. Even numbers come into play in the representaion of PPIs and their Alleles and in the representaion of *multi-matter spaces*.

*The Problem Genome* is a mesh of infinitely many *Pj Problem Strings* and it is the Story of the Universe.

The *TECTechnics Classroom* is a virtual space where we use the concepts of *Existential Triad* to present *p _{j} problems* and their solutions. Detailed solutions of the problems are freely accessible to registered users. In the