Originally Posted by

**Conway** Dan

I would love to use notation. I am very weak in such matters (set theory). I however have done some research on the symbols used in order to better understand you at this point. I hope you will bare with me as we continue along these lines. Please note I will post nothing of "certainty" until you have helped me understand. As far as the notation you used....can you explain more about why you chose Q. What is it that you mean by "quantity space" as opposed to "space". I will await more from you on this matter before I "judge" the notations that you gave. Until then I pose the following notations.

Where V = value, S = space, A = any number in the Set

let the ordered pair (V,S) be described as follows

(V + S) → A: ∀A, S ∈ V, S→(V,S) ∈ A, V ∈ S, V→(V,S) ∈ A

∀A ≠ 0: (V,S) = (A,A)

∀A = 0: (V,S) = (0,1)

Or alternatively

(V,S) ∈ ∀A

∀A ≠ 0 : (V,S) = (A,A)

∀A = 0 : (V,S) = (0,1)

?????What do you think????