Arithmetic with H = -1: subtraction, negative numbers, division, rationals and mixed numbers

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Colignatus, Thomas;
(2018)
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.1241383
  • Subject: kindergarten | package | additive inverse | negative number | H = -1 | mathematics education | multiplicative inverse | fraction | elementary school | Common Core | Wolfram language | Evolutionary Biology | Mathematica | power | Science Policy | mixed number | MSC2010: 97M70 Mathematics education. Behavioral and social sciences | Biophysics | programming | highschool | exponent
    • FOR: 110309 Infectious Diseases | 111714 Mental Health

<p>H = -1 is an universal constant. H represents a half turn along a circle, like complex number i represents a quarter turn. Kids know what it is to turn around and walk back along the same path. H creates the additive inverse with x + H x = 0 and the multiplicative in... View more
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