# What Is Math
## Natural Numbers
* -> * -> * -> * -> * -> * -> * -> ...
We call the first * 0, the second 1, &c.
## Integers
... <- * <- * <- * <- * -> * -> * -> * -> ...
## Rational Numbers
[...]
a <- b <- 0 -> B -> A
^ ^ ^ ^ ^
| | | | |
! <- a <- 0 -> A -> `
^ ^ ^ ^ ^
| | | | |
<- <- -> ->
| | | | |
v v v v v
` <- A <- 0 -> a -> !
| | | | |
v v v v v
A <- B <- 0 -> b -> a
[...]
Every character is in fact just *. I used the characters to show t
hat dots on the same character are the same.
...
All just dots and arrows. Math is the study of how dots and arrows
relate to each other. In fact, logically you can even omit dots an
d use only arrows.
Whenever you can put something in a shape of dots and arrows, the
thing is an example of the shape. For example,
() (()) ((())) ...
is an example of natural numbers. -> = ().
Thus math is highly applicabable. Since all you need is putting th
ings in a shape of dots and arrows.