What I Have Searched Out:..........

1.The Law Of Symmetry &Asymmetry.

2.Law Of Equivalency

3.Fourth Dimention Of Truth(Sibsadhan's Sutram).

4.Saptarsi Kal(Sibsadhan's).

5.Tri Chakra Sutra.

6.Yaso Lokos.

7.The Concept Of Healing .

8.Mass-Energy Unity & The Consciousness.

9. The Concept Of Shree.

10. The Vibration,Sound, Rhythm,Heat ,Fire ,Light &The
Universe.The Light & The Enery-Body.

11. The Electro Magnetic Wave & The Som.

12.Anondo- Sutram.

13. Kolpo- Brikhasam.

14. Steps Of Creation Of The Heaven.

15. The Concept of Infinite

:..........one example

**THE CONCEPT OF INFINITE**

**PREFACE**

Infinite is a word
which stands for something inexpressible. The symbol is α. From the time immemorial the
searching for its value is going on. Let us show a new way to solve it.

I made this paper in
1992. That was 2

^{nd}year of MBBS. Now I am publishing it. Being a doctor mathematics is a different subject. But at that time in brain still The Mathematics of Higher Secondary was playing. And in**everybody has right to participate.***Infinite**As everything and everybody is by the infinite and within Infinite.*

INTRODUCTION

Let us suppose, there is a ball /particle which can moves in
a systematic way forward and backward .

Now have a look over
the digits so far we have learned.

0,1,2,3,4...........α

Again
α.........4, 3, 2, 1, 0.

And
0,-1,-2,-3,-4.....α......-4,-3,-2,-1.

Our
question was where does the digits end? What is the value of α (
infinite). Is there any value at all?

ISSUE-1.

Now
suppose,

That ball particle lies on 0 point.

.2----1-----0-----1------2

Fig-1

Explaination
of summation and deduction

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ISSUE-2

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With that
ball particle when I like to explain the Multiplication/ Division,

It is in
this way-

In 1

^{st}level where it lies it jumps first. Then in a particular manner as we want.
Example-
if we like to multiply with 2. The particle jumps to Level 2 .

Then in 2

^{nd }turn goes to 4^{th}digit. Its manner/power is to jump 2 digits in the next level. Like wise if we like to multiply with 3. The ball is already in 3. It has a power to jump 3 digit at a time. In next 2 level it corresponds 6^{th}digit. . In first jump it will be 3.[That means the power of this digit is calculated from the 0 point. In 2 the power of jumping is 2 . In 3 it is 3.] and in 2^{nd}jump it is 6. The same principle is applicable for division. Here is no question of positive/ negative.
In
division the jumping of ball/particle starts from any where ends in 0 .It goes on in that way. .

As we
demarcate the α[infinite] by the digits
0-9, in the multiplication/ division we have to think

0 1
2 3 4
5 6 7
8 9

Fig-2 Explanation of Multiplication and Division

In 1

^{st}step the ball particle comes from its home ( which is 0). And it determinates the power of its jumping. How much levels it is jumping to come from 0 in the desired level. Look in this case it has to jump 1 step. And this is its**Fixed Power.**Therefore, the particle hops on its own point in 1^{st}step. But practically it then it jumps from 0.**In division**

the ball
/particle is coming back to centre[0]. The digit the have to divide is the Total Amount. And the digit
that will divide [divider]
divides it according to its strength [counted from 0]. The number required to divide the total amount is the Result. It goes nearest to the 0. If not completed
that is Remainings.

In case of
fractional number this can also be said. And easily explained like wise.

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L
AST ISSUE

ISSUE8

Now
1/ 9×10

^{20 }is a number and^{ }it has a value, though it is not 0. But
If 9×10

^{20 }is the highest limit, 1/9×10^{20 }will be the lowest.
So if I put
rm1 for 1/9×10

^{20 }.
Then m1 is the
lowest positive value. And
between 0-1.

Then what will be the highest number?

Suppose it is rmα

So the difference between1 and rmα is 1/9×10

^{20.}
Thus
rm1......rmα is a series. This series has a fixed difference of 1/9×10

^{20 }between two consecutive numbers.[rm2—rm1=1/9×10^{20 }]
It
is Rajatsubhra Mukhopadhyay ‘s Infinite Series.

The Series
is: 1, rmα,.... ... .... .. ... ... rm2,
rm1, 0

Application
is longing for you.