8/19/2021 Justin M Coslor
Multiplication
Recursive addition is two line growth multiplied into a plane as a lateral
sequence if made two dimensional, while recursive linear addition is one
line growth duplicating its composition in a sequence, and exponentiation is
that recursive linear addition of composite multiples as a set self-duplicating.
Recursive addition lateral plane multiplication as a set self-duplicating
vertically puts the composites into a three dimensional exponentiation.
Division and connection happen at the prime number juxtapositions.