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by Parker Emmerson

This paper places some of the ideas presented in other, earlier papers in terms of the designated variables of complex analysis. The forms are the same as the other papers, but new contour is elucidated through use of complex analysis.

r = Abs@zD = Abs@x + Â yD =

In[26]:=

x2 + y2

SolveBAbs@zD == ::y Ø -

x2 + y2 , yF - x2 + Abs@zD2 >>

Out[26]=

- x2 + Abs@zD2 >, :y Ø

**q Abs@zD = 2 p Abs@zD - 2 p x q Abs@zD = 2 p Abs@zD - 2 p
**

In[58]:=

HAbs@zD ^ 2 - y ^ 2L

RevolutionPlot3D@q Abs@zD, 8q, - 2 p, 2 p<, 8z, - 1, 1<D

Out[58]=

Skipping ahead for just a moment, it will be shown later that parameters of the cone can be assigned in terms of the difference in circumferences of two circles.

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In[57]:=

ContourPlot3DB 2 p Abs@x + Â yD - 2 p

Abs@x + Â yD ^ 2 -

4 p Abs@x + Â yD2 q - Abs@x + Â yD2 q2 2p

^2 ,

8x, - 1, 1<, 8y, - 1, 1<, 8q, - 4 p, 4 p<F

Out[57]=

In[55]:=

Plot3DB 2 p Abs@x + Â yD - 2 p

HAbs@x + Â yD ^ 2 - y ^ 2L , 8x, - 1, 1<, 8y, - 1, 1<F

Out[55]=

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In[22]:=

SolveBq Abs@zD == 2 p Abs@zD - 2 p 4p-q q Abs@zD 2p

HAbs@zD ^ 2 - y ^ 2L , yF 4p-q q Abs@zD 2p 4p-q

Out[22]=

::y Ø -

>, :y Ø

>>

y = Abs@zD Sin@bD = 4p-q 2p >> q

- x2 + Abs@zD2 = q r

q Abs@zD 2p

In[31]:=

SolveBy ==

, rF

Out[31]=

::r Ø

2py 4p-q

In[38]:=

SolveBy ==

4p-q

q Abs@zD 2p

, qF 2 p Abs@zD2 + >, :q Ø - y2 Abs@zD2 + Abs@zD4 Abs@zD2 >>

2 p Abs@zD2 Out[38]=

- y2 Abs@zD2 + Abs@zD4 Abs@zD2

::q Ø

2 p Abs@zD2 +

**-y2 Abs@zD2 +Abs@zD4 Abs@zD
**

2

2 p Abs@zD2 +

-y2 Abs@zD2 +Abs@zD4 Abs@zD2

yØ

4p-q

q Abs@zD 2p

4p=

Abs@zD =

2p - y2 Abs@zD2 + Abs@zD4 Abs@zD2 Abs@zD =

1 2p

2 p Abs@zD2 + 4p-q

1 2p

2 p Abs@zD2 + 4p-

- y2 Abs@zD2 + Abs@zD4 Abs@zD2 q Abs@zD =

2 p Abs@x+Â yD2 +

-y2 Abs@x+Â yD2 +Abs@x+Â yD4 Abs@x+Â yD2

4p-

q Abs@x + Â yD =

2p 2 p Abs@x + Â yD2 + 4p-q

- y2 Abs@x + Â yD2 + Abs@x + Â yD4 Abs@x + Â yD2 Abs@x + Â yD

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In[44]:=

Plot3DB

1 2p

2 p Abs@zD2 + 4p-

- y2 Abs@zD2 + Abs@zD4 Abs@zD2

2 p Abs@zD2 +

- y2 Abs@zD2 + Abs@zD4 Abs@zD2 Abs@zD, 8y, - 1, 1<, 8z, - 1, 1<F

Out[44]=

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In[47]:=

ContourPlot3DB

1 2p

2 p Abs@zD2 + 4p-q

- y2 Abs@zD2 + Abs@zD4 Abs@zD2 Abs@zD,

8y, - 1, 1<, 8z, - 1, 1<, 8q, - 2 p, 2 p<F

Out[47]=

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In[48]:=

ContourPlot3DB

1 2p

2 p Abs@zD2 + 4p-

- y2 Abs@zD2 + Abs@zD4 Abs@zD2 q Abs@zD,

8y, - 1, 1<, 8z, - 1, 1<, 8q, - 2 p, 2 p<F

Out[48]=

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2 p Abs@x+Â yD2 +

-y2 Abs@x+Â yD2 +Abs@x+Â yD4 Abs@x+Â yD2

4pIn[45]:=

q Abs@x + Â yD ,

ContourPlot3DB 8x, - 1, 1<, 8y, - 1, 1<, 8q, - 2 p, 2 p<F

2p

Out[45]=

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In[46]:=

ContourPlot3DB

1 2p

2 p Abs@x + Â yD2 + 4p-q

- y2 Abs@x + Â yD2 + Abs@x + Â yD4 Abs@x + Â yD2 Abs@x + Â yD,

8x, - 1, 1<, 8y, - 1, 1<, 8q, - 2 p, 2 p<F

Out[46]=

Abs@zD =

2py 4p-q q

=

2 p Abs@zD Sin@bD 4 p q - q2 == Abs@zD, qF

In[23]:=

SolveB

**2 p Abs@zD Sin@bD 4pq-q
**

2

Out[23]=

::q Ø 2 p -

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2

>, :q Ø 2 p +

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2

>>

yØ

4p-q

q Abs@zD 2p

4p-2 p+ =

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2

2 p+ 2p

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2

Abs@x + Â yD =

4p-2 p+

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2 2p

q Abs@zD =

4p-q

2 p+

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2 2p

Abs@zD =

4p-q

q Abs@x + Â yD 2p

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4p-2 p+

In[42]:=

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2

2 p+ 2p

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2

Abs@x + Â yD ,

ContourPlot3DB 8x, - 1, 1<, 8b, - p, p<, 8y, - 1, 1<F

Out[42]=

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4p-2 p+

In[52]:=

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2 2p

q Abs@zD , 8z, - 1, 1<, 8b, - p, p<, 8q, - 2 p, 2 p<F

ContourPlot3DB

Out[52]=

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4p-q

In[53]:=

2 p+

p2 - p2 Sin@bD2 2p

Abs@zD , 8z, - 1, 1<, 8b, - p, p<, 8q, - 2 p, 2 p<F

ContourPlot3DB

Out[53]=

In[54]:=

ContourPlot3DB

4p-q

q Abs@x + Â yD 2p

, 8x, - 1, 1<, 8y, - 1, 1<, 8q, - 2 p, 2 p<F

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Out[54]=

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I publish these maths in the name of the one God, giving thanks for His creation. I use the math for describing a difference in circumferences of two circles applied to the Pythagorean theorem, whi...

I publish these maths in the name of the one God, giving thanks for His creation. I use the math for describing a difference in circumferences of two circles applied to the Pythagorean theorem, which I discovered to apply complex analysis and produce some beautiful contours to share with the world.

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