New Decimal System

by Open Science Repository Mathematics
(July 2013)


In conventional decimal approach of division, when we divide certain numbers (dividend) by some particular numbers (divisor), like division of 10 by 3, then, in quotient, the problem of repetition arises. My point is: In division, to expand this type of “group of numbers” (like “3 & 10”, “7 & 22” , etc.) by adding a multiple of 9 to its remainder. Now the solution is here: instead of using the conventional decimal point (.), use the new “1-decimal” or “2-decimal” or “3-decimal” or “4-decimal” or “5-decimal” or “6-decimal” or “7-decimal” or “8-decimal” or “9-decimal” in quotient and put a 1 in one’s place of the remainder and push the remainder’s digit to the ten’s place. Now, no repetitive terms in quotient (the perfect terminating decimal). New decimal point, named after its division method: “1-decimal” or “2-decimal” or “3-decimal” or “4-decimal” or “5-decimal” or “6-decimal” or “7-decimal” or “8- decimal” or “9-decimal”.

It is a new division method I had been working for since my childhood. I always strive for a full and perfect division of any number. A number is a mathematical quantity like physical quantities. So, it must be divided perfectly in the same manner the physical quantities do.

Keywords: decimal system, new division method, mathematics.

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