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# GUNKO'S HYPOTHESIS: REGULARITY, CYCLICITY OF REPDIGIT GROUPS OF THE NUMBER π AND NUMBER φ (GOLDEN RATIO)

Journal: Science and world (Vol.1, No. 63)

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Page : 28-30

Keywords : Number π; Number φ; golden ratio.;

### Abstract

One of the main mathematical constants is the number π. It is defined as the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. That is, if we take a circle with a diameter equal to unity, the circle's circumference will be equal to the number π. The number π contains an infinite sequence of numbers. The number φ is a number equal to the ratio a/b, and in the percent rounded value, the golden ratio is the division of any value in relation to 62 % and 38 %. The regularity of numbers π and φ, unknown up to this time, has been discovered. The numbers π and φ after comma have a certain order, which can be distinguished into number groups. Each of the number group has a beginning and an end. The meaning of the hypothesis is that by dividing the numbers π and φ into certain number groups, it will be possible to direct the concentration of scientists to study each cycle separately. Thereby, it will be possible to solve many issues related to the number of π and φ, as well as with the chaos theory, theory of probability, harmony on Earth, to explain the meaning of being of the past, present and future.