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1^ + 1v = 0

The Wave Number system is built upon this equation .

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The Wave Numbers system comprises of the ^ Opposite Values (called ‘Hat’ Opposites) and the v Opposite Values (called ‘Vee’ Opposites). All the Opposite Values in the Wave Numbers system start from 0.

Introduction: This post starts with a description of long multiplication in R3. It then describes the R3 multiplication links to rotation and rotication

Comparison of Wave Number and Quaternion Multiplication Tables: An earlier post makes a detailed comparison of the Wave Number Multiplication table and the

Standard Rotation Definition: This post addresses the Return and Orthogonal rules of rotation in R3. These are the first two of the universal

Use a Tennis Ball as a Rotation Prop: A physical prop helps to understand 3d rotation. There are many digital 3d spheres on-line.

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