In analogy to “HexaDecimal” [6 & 10], the most accurate descriptor of applying ‘digital logic’ to the decimal number system would be “DigitoDecimal” [digit & 10].
However, I am aware of the complexity and novelty of concepts I am introducing with new terms. So let’s stick to “Digital Sums” to describe the sums of a decimal product and a decimal digit.
The arithmetic of “Digital Composition” has lead to interesting VISUAL patterns of prime numbers:
- outside [parallel to the outer digonals]
and inside the “Pyramid of Decimal Counting”:
- as “Digital Sums” on “parallel diagonals” in orthodiagonal Number Planes:
- Collection 15. The Ortho-Diagonal Nature of “Digital Sums”.
But VISUAL patterns are the result of NUMERICAL repetitions or similarities.
NUMERICALLY, “Digital Sums” reveal steps of:
- ±10 vertically
- ±1 horizontally
- ±11 diagonally
- and a remarkable preponderance of Prime Numbers:
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