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Investigated is a number system in which the square of a basis number: (w), and the square of its additive inverse: (−w), are not equal. Termed W space, a vector space over the reals, this number system will be introduced by restating defining relations for complex space C, then changing a defining conjugacy relation from conj(z) + z = 0 in the complexes to(More)
Dual numbers, split-quaternions, split-octonions, and other number systems with nilpotent spaces have received sporadic yet persistent interest, beginning from their roots in the 19th century, to more recent attention in connection with supersymmetry in physics. In this paper, a number system in the 2D plane is investigated, where the squares of its basis(More)
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