Official Syπ Formal Proof — Draft 1.0.0

Fundamental Number Axiom
1+1=2

Synergy Sequence Theory
Everything we observe in the universe is a consequence of this Fundamental Number Axiom. It is an empirical truth, regardless of notation or mathematical description. This law would remain true for any possible Universe or for any possible existence. Everything from there happens in
sequence including all the Fundamental Laws of Physics and Quantum Mechanics.

Synergies
When there is geometrical and/or mathematical alignments with experiment or observation it is called a Synergy.

1.Syπ Function Setup
The Syπ Function starts with 4 simple variables. 1,1,2,3.

WHERE p is the position of a Point around the Circle. p=1
WHERE r is the Radius of a Circle. r=1
WHERE w is the number of Observation Reference Points. w=2
WHERE v is the velocity of an entire System. v=3

Syπ is a dynamic function. These 4 numbers are the only inputs. According to the theory everything must be derived from this 4 initial numbers. It is because of this fact no other numbers are hard set to a value. This is why you will see the following depending on the context of the equation.

2. Number Base
Any possible numerical system requires a Number Base. To establish a base 10 number system we define the following.

3. Space
Next we require a type of space. For this we will use 360 degrees in a circle which must be defined as the following.

4. Bubbles
To describe a system we will use a long proven fact that like light, bubbles are lazy and seek the quickest path or most optimal shape. They always connect at 120 degrees. This means this equation needs to account for a system with any number of parts while resolving to a constant value.

5. Reference
We next need a point of reference which is an angle and will account for the number base, velocity of the system, space and the observational points of the system.

6. Time
Combining these observational reference points with velocity produces a orbital period or frequency which I consider to be a measure of time.

7. Radian Base constant
Not to be confused with the Radian itself the Radian Base can be thought of as a potential Radian before the existence of any circle. It is defined by a base and limit.

8. Radian Flux
The flux when subtracted from the Radian Base constant(potential)is what produces the radian for a circle of any given size. This flux takes into account all variables in the over all system. It uses all 4 initial constants along with the 5 derived System constants.

9. Radian
The radian is derived by subtracting the flux from the Radian Base constant (potential)

10. SyPi
Here is where we find the first position of Syπ which is approximately equal to 22/7.

General Conclusion — Part 1
The Syπ Equation as a function produces a gradient of π values with a comparative accuracy 100.000000977% when p=162. This function behaves dramatically different when the values of w and v are changed. Moving through position (values of p) or adjusting the radius(r) have a fine tuning effect on the value of pi with the gradient position(p) being the dominant influencer.

Try it for yourself — https://www.geogebra.org/m/tyj8ggdb

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