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In this section we deal with the construction and beginning development of the mathematical representation of some of the predictions, principles, and properties of originals, idoriginals, and cidentireplicas, and their interrelationships, that were developed in the other areas of this website. These concepts are developed into equations that are called oriequations, idoequations, and citoequations. These terms means that they are equations that deal with originals, idoriginals, cidentireplicas and the identireplica theory of consciousness. Scientists make predictions, based on a theory, on how things in nature will function. If these predictions are universal enough it can be stated as a principle. If these predictions and principles deal with this or another universe they become properties of that universe. I believe that a certain set of these citoequations apply to this universe that we live in. It will be just as important of a scientific development if scientists find that this set of citoequations do not apply to this universe. This is because, if these equations are not applicable to this universe, the consequences will result in an entirely different possible future for mankind or all conscious beings in this universe.

This chapter creates an area of mathematics that deals with consciousness and ixperiencitness.

The equations can be true or false for different real universes or different modal universes. The ones that are true for this universe will have to be scientifically proven or disproven. There will be many equations that can be generated with this mathematics of consciousness that are not true for this universe. An example of this in arithematic is 1+1 = 2 is considered true in this universe but arithematic has the ability to create any number of other equations of the form 1+1 = n where n is any number. For example 1+1 = 5. This is not considered to be true in this universe. But in binary 1+1= 10. Or in the physical world 1 cup sugar plus 1 cup water does not equal 2 cups sugar water. Arithematic has the ability to generate relationships (concepts --knowledge) that are not related to any reality.


Terms will be labeled as Tn, relational operators will be labeled as Rn, functional operators will be labeled as Fn and the logical operators will be labeled Ln . The subscript variable n will start at one and increase in number as they are encountered in this chapter. A term is a name for a theocept. A theocept is a theoretical concept that can represent vast amounts of knowledge in any possible way. A theocept can be a functional, relational, or logical operator among other things.

Each term is a theocept -- a theoretical concept -- an arrangement of epistemological knowledge.

A combination or other arrangement of terms can be a term.

Terms, properties, relational, functional, and logical operators for itoequations.

Important Conscious Attributes

A1: <math>\mathscr{A} </math> Self consciousness

A2: <math>\mathscr{B} </math> Body consciousness

A3: <math>\mathscr{C} </math> Conscious of being conscious

A4: <math>\mathscr{D} </math> Multiself consciousness

A5: <math>\mathscr{E} </math> Conscious of being a consciousness

A6: <math>\mathscr{F} </math> Conscious of being many different consciousness

A7: <math>\mathscr{G} </math>

A8: <math>\mathscr{H} </math>

A9: <math>\mathscr{I} </math>

A10: <math>\mathscr{J} </math>

A11: <math>\mathscr{K} </math>

A12: <math>\mathscr{L} </math>


<math>\mathscr{ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ,abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz} </math>


Properties of the itobodies

B1: X represents ixperiencitness

B2: C represents consciousness

B3: B represents behavior

B4: O, defines the exact original that the term is defined (created) from. We call it the Original template.

B5: U, defines the universe and universal laws in it.

B6: E, defines the exact matter and energy it is made of and placement over time.

B7: D, defines the exact orientation, dimensionality or space it exists in over time.

B8: T defines the exact time the body exists in and other time related concepts.

B9: S, defines the needed structure for the specified goal, or the exact structure of the object or body at any time.

B10: F, defines the needed functioning for the specified goal, or the exact functioning of the object or body over time and change in structure over time. The sequential sum of the change in structure over time.

B11: , is the grouping symbol for the non effective factors (O,E,D,T) as defined above. These properties of an itobody can be changed without necessarily changing the structure and functioning, and consequently mentality produced by the itobody.

B11: , is the grouping symbol for the effective factors (U,S,F) as defined above. These properties of an itobody will change the structure and functioning, and consequently mentality produced by the itobody.

B11: is the symbol that represents the production processes such as who made the itobody, where it was made, why it was made, when it was made, what knowledge was, is, and will, be know about the itobody and what knowledge was used in making the itobody.

Construction Operators

C1: symbol for the concept of construction

C2: is the symbol that represents the concept of partial removal of an itospace.

C3: is the symbol that represents the concept of total removal of an itospace.

C4: is the symbol that represents the itomanifold concept.

C5: is the symbol that represents the itomatrix concept.


Dimensional/ space placement Symbols

D1: represents a path of an itobody through space.

D2: represents the asymptotic concept

D3: represents the simiasymptotic concept

D4: orientation in space of an itobody

D5:

Symbolic representations of the concepts of itocelerity

E1: the speed that the itobodies are producing mentality etc., are increasing converging or becoming more alike.

E2: speeding up of functioning, behavior, consciousness and ixperiencitness in the proceeding relating itobody.

E3: slowing down of functioning, behavior, consciousness and ixperiencitness in the proceeding relating itobody.

E4: the speed that the itobodies are producing mentality etc., are increasing diverging.

E5: the relative speed of production of consciousness etc. is changing, increasing then decreasing.

E6: the relative speed of production of consciousness etc. is changing, decreasing then increasing.


Functional Operators

A functional operator operates on the object within the brackets. Every relational operator has a functional meaning.

F1: P( ) is a functional operator that means the physical properties of the object with in the brackets.

F2: M( ) is a functional operator that means all the mentality of term, object, or theocept within the brackets.

F3: B( ) is a functional operator that means the behavior of the term, object, or theocept with in the brackets.

F4: N( ) is a functional operator that means the name of the term, object, or theocept with in the brackets.

F5: O( ) is a functional operator that means the original that the term, object, or theocept with in the brackets is defined by or templated from.

F6: U( ) is a functional operator that means the universe and or universal laws of the term, object, or theocept with in the brackets.

F7: E( ) is a functional operator that means the exact matter /energy and its placement, of the term, object, or theocept with in the brackets.

F8: D( ) is a functional operator that means the exact placement and orientation in space of the term, object, or theocept with in the brackets.

F9: T( ) is a functional operator that defines the exact time the term, object, or theocept exists in, with in the brackets. Theobject --theoretical object

F10: S( ) is a functional operator that means the structure of the term, object, or theocept with in the brackets.

F11: F( ) is a functional operator that means the functioning of the term, object, or theocept with in the brackets.

F12: K( ) is a functional operator that means the knowledge of the term, object, or theocept with in the brackets.

F13: C( ) is a functional operator that means the consciousness produced by the object with in the brackets.

F14: X( ) is a functional operator that means the ixperiencitness produced by the object with in the brackets.


Some terms deal with the actual objects others deal with properties of terms and still others deal with knowledge about the term or object or theocept.

Geometric or Space Operators

G1: is the symbol that represents the space concept.

G2: is the symbol that represents the point concept.

G3: is the symbol that represents the moment concept.

G4: is the symbol that represents the section concept.

G5: is the symbol that represents the path concept.

G6: is the symbol that represents the venue concept.

G7: is the symbol that represents the region concept.

G8: is the symbol that represents the continuum concept.

G9: is the symbol that represents the multicontinuum concept.


Itofazspace mapping Symbols

Itofazspace mapping equations

H1: mapping to

H2: mapping from

H3: mapping to and from

H4: mapping

H5: is the representation of mapping the physaspace and awarespace to an ixpespace

H6: is the representation of mapping the physaspace and awarespace to an ixpespace


H7: is the representation of mapping the physaspace and awarespace to an ixpespace

H7: is the representation of mapping the physaspace and awarespace to an ixpespace the whole mapping then mapped to an epispace



H4: mapping




Knowledge Operators

K1: The symbol for Total object knowledge

K2: The symbol for Total system knowledge

K3: The symbol for Physiknowledge

K4: The symbol for Physaknowledge

K5: The symbol for Awareknowledge

K6: The symbol for Mentaknowledge

K8: The symbol for Ixpeknowledge

K9: The symbol for Epiknowledge

K10: The symbol for Behavior knowledge

K11: The symbol for Senseknowledge


Logical Operators

L1: this is the symbol for the logical operator following symbols for the previous symbol can be exchanged in an equation with out changing the outcome

L2: this is the symbol for union

L3: this is the symbol for intersection

L4: this is the symbol for element of

L5: this is the symbol for not an element of

L6: this is the symbol for “there exists”

L7: this is the symbol for “there does not exist”

L8: this is the symbol meaning “for all”

L9: this is the symbol for concept union

L10: this is a elaboration of an equation operator it is used to restate an equation in a more detailed or longer form. For instance from number to name to designation to elaboration etc.

L10: this is a reduction of an equation operator it is used to restate an equation in a shorter form. For instance from elaboration to designation to name to number etc.

L11: " " this is the symbol for inverse implication B “because” A

L12: "" this is the symbol that means therefore.

L13: this is the symbol for implies or “if -- then --” if A then B


Transformational Material Operators

M1: replacement or addition of matter from outside source

M2: removal of matter from an itobody

M3: removal and replacement from an itobody of matter from an external source.

M4: replaces for the symbol for placement of matter in the itobody

M5: interchange of matter between itobodys

M6: orientation in space of an itobody


Symbols and abbreviations for the different types of itobodies

N0: Ito, is an abbreviation for, and 0 is the numerical representation for itoidentireplicas.

N1: Ori is an abbreviation for, and 1 is the numerical representation for originals.

N2: Ido is an abbreviation for, and 2 is the numerical representation for idoriginals.

N3: Cori is an abbreviation for, and 3, is the numerical representation for coriginals.

N4: Cito is an abbreviation for, and 4, is the numerical representation for cidentireplicas.

N5: Vito is an abbreviation for, and 5, is the numerical representation for videntireplicas.

N6: Fito is an abbreviation for, and 6, is the numerical representation for fidentireplicas.

N7: Iso is an abbreviation for, and 7, is the numerical representation for isoidentireplicas.

N8: Enha is an abbreviation for, and 8, is the numerical representation for enhaidentireplicas.

N9: Mus is an abbreviation for, and 9, is the numerical representation for musidentireplicas.

N10: Insi is an abbreviation for, and 10 is the numerical representation insidentireplicas.

N11: Trito is an abbreviation for, and 11, is the numerical representation for tridentireplicas.

N12: Nrg is an abbreviation for and 12, is the numerical representation for nrgidentireplicas.

N13: Combo is an abbreviation for and 13, is the numerical representation for comboidentireplicas.

N14: Simi is an abbreviation for, and 14, is the numerical representation for simidentireplicas.


Symbols and abbreviations for the different types of Temporal Itobodies

Nt1: is an abbreviation for, and 1f is the numerical representation for futuristic originals.

represents a historical original.

is the symbol that represents a quondamic original.

represents a prospective original.


is the symbol that represents a futuristic cidentireplica.

represents a historical cidentireplica.

is the symbol that represents a quondamic cidentireplica.

represents a prospective cidentireplica.


is the symbol that represents a futuristic videntireplica.

represents a historical videntireplica.

is the symbol that represents a quondamic videntireplica.

represents a prospective videntireplica.

Production Operators

P1: is the symbol that represents the concept of itoautochthonality, which is the effect that where the itobody was made has on the itobody.

P2: is the symbol that represents the concept of itoinception, which is the effect that the time of inception and termination has on the itobody

P3: is the symbol that represents the concept of itotermination : which is the effect that the time of termination has on the itobody.

P4: is the symbol that represents the concept of itoperoration which is the effect that the time of inception and termination has on the itobody. when was it made,

P5: is the symbol that represents the concept of itocausality why was it made,

P6: is the symbol that represents the concept of itocreation who made it,

P7: is the symbol that represents the concept of itomodality what process used how made,

P8: is the symbol that represents the concept of Itoerudition how the knowledge about the itobody, and the knowledge used to make the itobody effects the itobody.

P9: is the symbol that represents the concept of unknown itoautochthonality, not knowing the effect of where the itobody was made has on the itobody.

P10: is the symbol that represents the concept of unknown itoinception, which is not knowing the effect that the time of itoinception has on the itobody.

P11: is the symbol that represents the concept of unknown itotermination, which is not knowing the effect that the time of termination has on the itobody.

P12: is the symbol that represents the concept of unknown itoperoration which is the effect that the time of inception and termination has on the itobody.

P13: is the symbol that represents the concept of unknown itocausality,

P14: is the symbol that represents the concept of unknown itocreation

P15: is the symbol that represents the concept of unknown Itoerudition

P16: is the symbol that represents the concept of unknown itomodality

Symbols for the different types of itoprocesses

Q0: is the symbol for the itoconcept or itoprocess.

Q1: is the symbol for the Oriconcept or oriprocess ---- designating a material body as the original or as "you".

Q2: is the symbol for the Idoconcept or idoprocess identical in more ways than just identical structure, functioning, and mentality.

Q3: is the symbol for the coriconcept or coriprocess --- imagined conscious divergence (divergent similar).

Q5: is the symbol for the inverse coriconcept or inverse coriprocess --- imagined conscious convergence (convergent similar).

Q6: is the symbol for the citoconcept or citoprocess --- identity of mentality, structure, and functioning in another another material body.

Q7: is the symbol for the inverse citoconcept or inverse citoprocess --- calling the cidentireplica the original.

Q8: is the symbol for the vitoconcept or vitoprocess (structure, functioning, conscious divergence with parallel or identical ixperiencitness).

Q9: is the symbol for the inverse vitoconcept or inverse vitoprocess (structure, functioning, conscious convergence with parallel or identical ixperiencitness).

Q10: is the symbol for the fitoconcept or fitoprocess (material or system fragmentation).

Q11: is the symbol for the inverse fitoconcept or inverse fitoprocess inverse of fitoprocess -- material, physical integration and combination.

Q12: is the symbol for the isoconcept or isoprocess a non biological mentality producing itobody or the process of producing one.

Q13: is the symbol for the inverse isoconcept or inverse isoprocess --- becoming more biological.

Q14: is the symbol for the enhaprocess or enhaconcept --- itobody enhancement, or itobody enhancement with the same ixperiencitness.

Q15: is the symbol for the inverse enhaprocess or inverse enhaconcept --- conscious degradation of an enhanced itobody with same ixperiencitness.

Q16: is the symbol for the musprocess or musconcept the mutural use concept or process, where the same part of an itobody contributes to two different consciousnesses and, or, ixperiencitnesses.

Q17: is the symbol for the inverse musconcept or inversemusprocess the inverse of mutural use concept or process, where the same part of an itobody no longer contributes to two different consciousnesses and, or, ixperiencitnesses..

Q18: is the symbol for the insiconcept or insiprocess is where an itobody produces more than one consciousness and or ixperiencitness, and one or more internalpath is within one or more externalpath both physically and mentally in one or more of many possible ways.

Q19: is the symbol for the inverse insiconcept or inverse insiprocess is the concept of process where an itobody no longer produces more than one consciousness and or ixperiencitness, nor is one within or more is within one or more both physically and mentally in one or more of many possible ways.

Q20: is the symbol for the tritoprocess or tritoconcept.

Q21: is the symbol for the inverse tritoprocess or inverse tritoconcept.

Q22: is the symbol for the nrgconcept or nrgprocess is the process or concept where the consciousness and ixperiencitness is proudced with a greater percentage of energy and less matter.

Q23: is the symbol for the inverse nrgconcept or inverse nrgprocess is the process or concept where the consciousness and ixperiencitness is proudced with a lesser percentage of energy and more matter. .

Q24: is the symbol for the comboconcept or comboprocess is the process or concept where the consciousness and ixperiencitness is produced with a combination of different types of itobodies. .

Q25: is the symbol for the inverse comboconcept or inverse comboprocess is the process or concept where the consciousness and ixperiencitness is produced with decreasing amount of different types of itobodies.

Q26: is the symbol for the simiconcept or simiprocess.

Q27: is the symbol for the inverse simiconcept or inverse simiprocess.


Relational operators

A relational operator relates that particular concept that it is a relational operator of.

R1: means is the same identical thing or identically the same in every possible way. It is the sum of =P=, =M=,=B=, =N=,etc.

R2: means physically identical same matter and energy, same place, same time.

R3: this is the relational symbol that means mentally equal -- all aspects of mentality.

R4: This is the relational operator for behavioral identity. This means that all behavior is identical.

R5: This is the relational operator that represents name equality. This means that the two terms have the same name. The concept of name reduction (replacement) is one name can be reduced to another when all factors or terms are equal.

R6 This is the relational operator that represents using the same original as the template for knowledge, potential creation, or creation. “You”

R7: This is the relational operator that represents being in the same universe with the same universal laws.

R8: This is the relational operator that represents materially synchronized -- made of the same matter and energy in the same exact placement over the time period that is covered in the equation.

R9: This is the relational operator that represents dimensionally synchronized -- in the same place with the same orientation over the time period that is covered in the equation.

R10: This is the relational operator that represents time equality. This means that the two objects are in time synchronization

R11: This is the relational operator for structural identity.

R12: This is the relational operator for functional identity. This means that the functioning is identical.

R13: is the relational operator for knowledge identity. There are many types of knowledge that deal with different aspects of .

R14: is the relational operator for isomorphic functioning and structure. This means that they will produce the same awarepath with a different physipath. Isoidentireplicas will have this relationship

R15: is the relational operator for fragmentation. This means that they will produce the same awarepath with a fragmented physipath. Fidentireplicas will have this relationship

R16 is the relational operator for conscious identity.

R17: is the relational operator for ixperiencitness identity.

R18:

R19: defined equality

R20: equivalent

R21: simeq a different consciousness with the same ixperiencitness, at the same level of enhancement

R22: congruent consciousness -- has the same ixperiencitness -- enhanced or degraded

R23: This symbol means that the equations or concepts are approximate

R24: This symbol means that the equations or concepts are similar


Senseconcept Operators

S1: The symbol for the senseconcept (sensepath etc)

S2: The symbol for the sightconcept (sightpath etc)

S3: The symbol for the soundconcept (soundpath etc)

S4: The symbol for the feelingconcept (feelingpath etc)

S5: The symbol for the smellconcept (smellpath etc)

S6: The symbol for the tasteconcept (tastepath etc)

S7: The symbol for the reality based senseconcept this is the sensepath that reality can produce without the use of an experience machine. This is the type of sensepath that most people apparently experience.

S8: The symbol for the generated reality based senseconcept This is a type of sensepath that most people experience but produced by an experience machine sensepaducer or awarepaducer.

S9: The symbol for the artifical real senseconcept made of real sensemoments but when put together in this type of sequence can not be real or made by reality directly.

S10: The symbol for the generated nonreal senseconcept made from sensemoments that can not be produced by reality. Such as the artificial generation of magic like or supernatural experiences that do not exist in reality

S11: The symbol for the generated abstract senseconcept

S12: The symbol for the natural abstract senseconcept abstract consciousness produced naturally.

S12: The symbol for the generated reality connected senseconcept a generated sensepath but the conscious is aware of this to some extent and it does real and valuable tasks for the external reality connected consciousnesses

Transformational Time Operators

Historical and Futuristic

T1: is the symbol that represents the concept of historality

T2: is the symbol that represents the concept of futureality

T3: multiple cases of historality

T4: historality for any point in the full life time

T5: multiple cases of futurality

T6: futurality for any point in the full life time

T7: futurality and historality for or starting at a point in the life of the itobody

T8: futurality and historality for any point in the full life time of the itobody

T9: identity of historical and prospective


Prospective and Quondamic

T5: is the symbol that represents the concept of prospectality.

T6: is the symbol that represents the concept of quondamality.


T16: Quondamic quondamic

T11:

T11:

T14: convergence of a quondamic and prospective spaces.

T11: convergently entangled

T11: entangled divergent


T15: a union of the quondamic and perspective concepts

T11: partial convergence of quondamic and perspective concepts

T11:

T11:

T11: a union of the quondamic and perspective concepts.


T17: prospective prospective

T11:

T11:


Retrograde prograde time

T1: is the symbol that represents the concept of negative repetition or retrograde produced consciousness and ixperiencitness. The end of an awarepath is produced in real time before the beginning. or the experiences appear to proceed backwards in the opposite direction of the "arrow of time".

T2: is the symbol that represents the concept of positive repetition prograde.

T3: divergent retrograde and prograde mentality

T4: convergent prograde and retrograde itopath being produced

T5:

T6:

T7:

T8:

T9:

Sectional time

T1: sectional production concept -- itopath broken into parts at different time and sequences of time order.

T2: prograde sectional production

T3: retrograde sectional production

T4: apparent prograde time and actual time prograde and production is sectional

T5: apparent and actual time retrograde and production is sectional

T6 apparent prograde sectional time actural prograde sectional time actural prograde production time

T6

T6

T6

Mixed

T19: retrograde mentality produced in the past

T14: historical retrograde


T20: a retrograde historical mentality and structure and functioning.

T14:


T21: a retrograde itopath produced in the future

T14:

T14: any point in the retrograde produced itopath can be made in the future


T22: a retrograde itopath can be produced in the future

T14: futuristic retrograde

T14:

T14: a retrograde and normal itopath can be produce at the same time in the future


T23: historical and prospective

T12:

T12:


T24: futuristic and prospective

T24:

T12: futuristic and quondamic


T25: prospective and historical

T17:

T17: a perspective itopath in the past


T26: : prospective and futuristic

T18:

T18:

T18: perspective itopath in the future


T19: quondamic and futuristic

T19: quondamic itopath in the future


T20: quondamic and historical

T20:

T20: intersection of a quondamic and historic paths

T20: quondamic itopath existing in the path

Multivergence symbolic Operators

V1: is the symbol that represents the concept of convergence (path section).

V2: is the symbol that represents the concept of divergence.

V3: is the symbol that represents the concept of enhanced multidivergence.

V4: is the symbol that represents the concept of degraded multidivergence.

V5: is the symbol that represents the concept of enhanced multiconvergence (venue region continuum).

V6: is the symbol that represents the concept of degraded multiconvergence.

V7: is the symbol that represents the concept of approximate divergence, or ixperiencitness divergence.

V8: is the symbol that represents the concept of approximate convergence, or ixperiencitness convergence.

V9: is the symbol that represents the concept of radical divergence.

V10: is the symbol that represents the concept of radical convergence.

V11: is the symbol that represents the concept of negative divergence, positive convergence, ixperiencitness convergence.

V12: is the symbol that represents the concept of positive divergence, negative convergence, ixperiencitness divergence.

V13: is the symbol that represents the concept of crossmultivergence.

V14: is the symbol that represents the concept of close convergence and divergence.


Extra Transformational Operators

X1: grouping concept for multiple concepts, equations, or relations.

X2: consciousness after a period of time or the symbol for itoinception

X3: ixperiencitness after a period of time

X4: extension after death

X5: continuance

X6: slow end, death

X7: sudden death or the symbol for itotermination

X8: the end of an old ixperiencitness

X9: the beginning of a new enhanced ixperiencitness

X10: the increase number of consciousnesses with enhancement for each ixperiencitness

X11:

X12: synchronized in time... happening at the same time and at the same "time" speed and the same change of "time" speed.

X13: not synchronized in time

X14:

X15:

X16: \nVDash

X17: \nVdash

X18:

X19:

X20: approximate consciousness continuance or (ixperiencitness continuance) in forward and reverse time directions

X21: approximate consciousness continuance or (ixperiencitness continuance) in forward time direction

X22: the pitchfork means with these listed limiting conditions.

X23:


Fazconcepts

Z1: is the symbol that represents the physiconcept.

Z2: is the symbol that represents the physaconcept.

Z3: is the symbol that represents the awareconcept.

Z4: is the symbol that represents the mentaconcept.

Z5: is the symbol that represents the ixpeconcept.

Z6: is the symbol that represents the epiconcept.



See also:

Template:See also: Awaretheory equations


See also:

http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Formula, test

Introduction and foundations concepts; (out dated).

Mathematics of conscious survival, An introduction to the Mathematics of immortality, Mathematics of immortality,

Symbolic definitions, Symbolic definitions part2, Symbolic definitions part3, Symbolic definitions part 4,

Introduction and Foundation Concepts for Itoequations

Simple citoequations, Simple citoequations 2, Simple citoequations 3,

Citoequations 1, Citoequations 2, Citoequations 3, Citoequations 4, Citoequations 5,

Advanced citoequations, Advanced citoequations 1, Advanced citoequations 2, Advanced citoequations 3,

Combined equations, Combined equations 1

Important citoequations, Important citoequations 1, Important citoequations 2

Itodifferential equations, Fazdifferential equations, Itofazdifferential equations

itofazmapping equations, Itofazspace mapping equations, Itobehavior equations

Introduction to Itoproduction equations, Itoproduction equations, Itoproduction equations, Itoproduction equations 1, Itoproduction equations 2, Itoproduction equations 3,

Itoequation logic

Oriequations, Idoequations, Coriequations, Citoequations, Vitoequations, Fitoequations, Isoequations, Bioequations, Enhaequations, Musequations, Insiequations, Tritoequations, Nrgequations, Comboequations, and Simiequations,

Itosynchronization equations, Itofuturality equations, Itohistorality equations, Itotimultiplicity equations, Itocelerity equations, Itoquondamality equations, Itoprospectality equations, Itosimultaneousness equations, Itoretrogression equations, Itotemporality equations, Itorepetition equations Itoreversion equations, Itoprogression equations, Itosucession equations,

Fazsynchronization equations, Fazfuturality equations, Fazhistorality equations, Faztimultiplicity equations, Fazcelerity equations, Fazquondamality equations, Fazprospectality equations, Fazsimultaneousness equations, Fazretrogression equations, Faztemporality equations, Fazrepetition equations Fazreversion equations, Fazprogression equations, Fazsucession equations,

Itoinception equations, Itoexordium equations, Itocreation equations, Itomodality equations, Itoautochthonality equations, Itocausality equations, Itoerudition equations,

Itocontinuance equations, Itoextension equations, Itocontinuity equations, Itodiscontinuity equations, Itoidentity equations, Itosimidentity equations, Itosimicontinuance equations, Itosimiextension equations, Itosimicontinuity equations, Itosimidiscontinuity equations,

Itoconvergence equations, Itodivergence equations, Itomultivergence equations, Itosimiconvergence equations, Itosimidivergence equations, Itomultisimivergence equations, itocrossdivergence equations, itocrossconvergence equations, itosimimultivergence equations, itocrossmultivergence equations, itosimicrossmultivergence equations,

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\usepackage{color}\color{red} \small e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}

\color{blue} \small e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}

<math>\color{blue} \small e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}</math>


\usepackage{color}\color{green} e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}


\color{yellow} \large e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}

<math>\color{yellow} \large e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}</math>

\color{red blue} \huge e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}

<math>\color{red blue} \huge e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}</math>


\usepackage{color}\color{red} \huge e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}

\huge e^x=\sum_{n=0}^\infty\frac{x^n}{n!}

size controls \tiny, \small, \normalsize, \large, \Large, \LARGE, \huge, \Huge,


for m

Blackboard bold:

Calligraphic:

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for math

Blackboard bold: <math>\mathbb{ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ,abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz}</math>

Calligraphic: <math>\mathcal{ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ,abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz} </math>

Script: <math>\mathscr{ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ,abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz} </math>