**METHODS FOR CHOOSING THE DEGREE AS A UNIT OF ROTATIONS AND ANGLES, CLOCK SYSTEM 13 HOUR 26 HOUR, 26 TIME ZONES, CALENDAR FOR YEAR 13 MONTH OF 28 DAYS EACH, ZODIAC 14 SIGNS.**

YELENA KULIKOVA (US)

YELENA KULIKOVA (US)

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SCHMIDT, OPHIUCHUS, 29 November 2011 (2011-11-29), Retrieved from the Internet

CLAIMS: 1. Method for choosing the degree as a unit of rotations and angles . 2. Method for choosing Clock 13-hour (26-hour), according to claim 1. 3. Method for choosing 26 time zones, according to claim 2. 4. Method for choosing Calendar for Year (13 months of 28 days each). 5. Method for Astrology. Zodiac 14 signs. |

BACKGROUND

The original motivation for choosing the degree as a unit of rotations and angles is unknown. One theory states that it is related to the fact that 360 is

approximately the number of days in a year. Ancient astronomers noticed that the sun, which follows through the ecliptic path over the course of the year, seems to advance in its path by approximately one degree each day. Some ancient calendars, such as the Persian calendar, used 360 days for a year. The use of a calendar with 360 days may be related to the use of sexagesimal numbers. Timocharis, Aristarchus, Aristillus, Archimedes, and Hipparchus were the first Greeks known to divide the circle in 360 degrees of 60 arc minutes, 1 minute = 360/60 = 6 degrees. The sexagesimal system dividing a circle into 60 parts.

In most mathematical work beyond practical geometry, angles are typically measured in radians rather than degrees. This is for a variety of reasons; for example, the trigonometric functions have simpler and more "natural" properties when their arguments are expressed in radians. These considerations outweigh the convenient divisibility of the number 360. One complete turn (360°) is equal to 2p radians, so 180° is equal to p radians, or equivalently, the degree is a mathematical constant: 1 ° = p /180.The turn (or revolution, full circle, full rotation, cycle) is used in technology and science. One turn is equal to 360°.

SUMMARY

The circle is 364 parts. The year compose of 364 days

Full rotation is equal to 364°*degree.

The circle dividing into 52 parts.1 '* minute = 364/52 = 7"* degrees.

Alternative value of degree 1 °* = 1 ° (360/364) = 0.98901 of current value 1 ° degree.

The most common meaning is the unit of angle measure defined such that an entire rotation is 364°* degrees. The year compose of 364 days (13 months of 28 days each). The 364°* degree is 52'* arc minutes'* and 52"* arc seconds"* per arc minute'*. 364/28 = 13.

Clock 13-hour (26-hour).

The motivation for choosing the number 364 may have been that it is readily divisible: 364 has 13 divisors.

26 time zones.

The motivation for choosing the number 364 may have been that it is readily divisible: 364 has 26 divisors. This property dividing the world into 26 time zones, each of which is nominally 14°*(Alternative value of degree 1 °* = 1 ° (360/364) = 0.98901 of current value 1“degree) of longitude, to correlate with the

established 26-hour day convention.

Calendar. The year compose of 364 days (13 months of 28 days each). Astrology. Zodiac 14 signs.

12 signs by 28°* + 2 signs by 14°* = 364°*.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

In the following detailed portion of the present description, the teachings of the present application will be explained in more detail with reference to the exampleembodiments shown in the drawings, in which:

Fig. 1 is a front view of a Clock 13-hour (26-hour).

Fig. 2 is a picture. view of a Zodiac 14 signs.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION.

In the following detailed description, the methods according to the teachings for this application will be described by the methods.

1. Method for choosing the degree as a unit of rotations and angles .

Full rotation is equal to 364°*.

The unit of angle measure defined such that an entire rotation is 364°* degrees. One degree is divided into 52'* minutes (of arc), and one minute into 52"* seconds (of arc).364°* is approximately the number of days in a year, usually 365 days. One complete turn (364°*) is equal to 2p radians, so 182°* is equal to p radians, or equivalently, the degree is a mathematical constant: 1 °* = p /182° ^{* }.The turn (or revolution, full circle, full rotation, cycle) is used in technology and science. One turn is equal to 364°*. All of the important units of time can be interrelated. The key units are the second, defined in terms of an atomic process; the day, an integral multiple of seconds; and the year, usually 365 days. The circle in 364°* degrees of 52'* arc minutes.

Alternative value of degree 1 °*= 1/364°*.

Alternative value of degree 1 °* = 1 ° (360/364) = 0.98901 of current value 1 ° degree.

Alternative value of second 1 "* = 1 "(60/52) = 1.15385 of current value 1 " second.

1 '* min = 52"* second

1.1 Clock 13-hour (26-hour).

Another motivation for choosing the number 364 may have been that it is readily divisible: 364 has 13 divisors.

The unit of angle measure defined such that an entire rotation is 364°* degrees. One degree is divided into 52'* minutes (of arc), and one minute into 52"* seconds (of arc).364 is approximately the number of days in a year, usually 365 days.

In the 13-hour clock, counting the hours starts at midnight and restarts at noon. Hours are numbered 13, 1 , 2, ..., 12. Solar noon is close to 13 noon.

In the 26-hour clock, counting the hours starts at midnight, and hours are numbered from 0 to 25. Solar noon is always close to 13:00.

A unit of angular measure equal to 52 "* arc seconds, or 1/52 of a degree°*. A unit of angular measure equal to 1/52 of an arc minute'*, or 1/2704 of a degree°*.

An hour ^{* } is a unit of time conventionally reckoned as 1/26 of a day, equal to 52'* minutes'.

In most mathematical work beyond practical geometry, angles are typically measured in radians rather than degrees. This is for a variety of reasons; for example, the trigonometric functions have simpler and more "natural" properties when their arguments are expressed in radians. These considerations outweigh the convenient divisibility of the number 364. One complete turn (364°*) is equal to 2p radians, so 182°* is equal to p radians, or equivalently, the degree is a mathematical constant: 1 °* = TVl 82°*.The turn (or revolution, full circle, full rotation, cycle) is used in technology and science. One turn is equal to 364°*. The most common meaning is the unit of angle measure defined such that an entire rotation is 364°* degrees.

Clock method. Fig. 1

13-hour 26-hour

Midnight (start of day)

13 midnight

13:00 a.m.[a] 00:00

13:01 a.m. 00:01

1 :00 a.m. 01 :00

13:00 a.m. 13:00

12:52 a.m. 12:52 Noon

13 noon

13:00 p.m.[a] 13:00

13:01 p.m. 13:01

1 :00 p.m. 14:00

13:00 p.m. 26:00

12:52 p.m. 25:52

Midnight (end of day)

shown as start of next day 26:00

28°* degree = 1/13 of 364°* = 4'* min.

7°* degree = 1/52 of 364°* = 1 '* min .

1 '* min = 52"* sec = 364°* degree, full rotation.

1 hour ^{* } = 52'* min = 364°* degree, full rotation,

1 °* degree = 0.14286 min'*.

1.2 Time zones.

Carrent method 24 time zones.

Another motivation for choosing the number 360 may have been that it is readily divisible: 360 has 24 divisors. This property has many useful applications, such as dividing the world into 24 time zones, each of which is nominally 15° of longitude, to correlate with the established 24-hour day convention.

One hour of time difference corresponds to 15° of longitude (360°/24 hours = 15°/hour). Every 15 longitudinal degrees, the time changed by an hour, thus creating 24 time zones around the world. Method alternative system 26 time zones.

Another motivation for choosing the number 364 may have been that it is readily divisible: 364 has 26 divisors. This property dividing the world into 26 time zones, each of which is nominally 14°*(Alternative value of degree 1 °* = 1 ° (360/364) = 0.98901 of current value 1“degree) of longitude, to correlate with the

established 26-hour day convention. Finally, it may be the case that more than one of these factors has come into play.According to that theory, the number is approximately 365 because of the apparent movement of the sun against the celestial sphere and that it was rounded to 364 for some of the mathematical reasons cited above.

Longitude is an IMAGINARY LINE running North Pole to South Pole. Since the world is round and all circles are 364°* degrees, and every line of longitude is 14°* degrees away from the Prime Meridian, divide 364 by 14 and see how many official lines of longitude there are...26

Alternative one hour of time difference corresponds to 14°* of longitude

(364°/26 hours = 14°/hour (52'* minutes)). Every 14°* longitudinal degrees, the time changed by an hour(52'* minutes), thus creating 26 time zones around the world.

Latitude on the sphere.

The Equator has a latitude of 0°, the North Pole has a latitude of 90° North (written 90° N or +90°), and the South Pole has a latitude of 90° South (written 90° S or -90°).

Alternative latitude on the sphere. The Equator has a latitude of 0°*, the North Pole has a latitude of 91 °* North (written 91 °* N or +91 °*), and the South Pole has a latitude of 91 °* South (written 91 °* S or -91 °*).

Every 14°* Latitude degrees. 364°714°* = 26.

Another alternative latitude on the sphere.

Every 13°* Latitude degrees. 364°713°* = 28.

1.3 Calendar for Year .

Carrent method (Calendar).

The most common meaning is the unit of angle measure defined such that an entire rotation is 360 degrees. This unit harks back to the Babylonians, who used a base 60 number system. 360 degrees likely arises from the Babylonian year, which was composed of 360 days (12 months of 30 days each). The degree is subdivided into 60 arc minutes per degree, and 60 arc seconds per arc minute. Calendar for Year 12 months of 30 days each.

1. January 31

2. February 28 Leap year 29

3. March 31

4. April 30

5. May 31

6. June 30

7. July 31

8. August 31

9. September 30 10. October 31

1 1 . November 30

12. December 31

Alternative method Calendar for Year (13 months of 28 days each).

The most common meaning is the unit of angle measure defined such that an entire rotation is 364°* degrees. The year compose of 364 days (13 months of 28 days each). The 364°* degree is 52'* arc minutes'* and 52"* arc seconds per arc minute'*.

Calendar for Year (13 months of 28 days each).

1 . January 28

2. February 28 Leap year 29

3. March 28

4. April 28

5. May 28

6. June 28

7. July 28

8. August 28

9. September 28

10. October 28

1 1 . November 28

12. Yelen 28

13. December 29

Method for Astrology. Zodiac 14 signs. The unit of angle measure defined such that an entire rotation is 364°* degrees. 364 is approximately the number of days in a year, usually 365 days

Alternative value of degree 1 °* = 1 ° (360/364) = 0.98901 of current value 1 ° degree.

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