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The **Numeral 7** is distinguishable from two distinct levels of the equation of **1's** individualization from itself. On the most rudimentary levels we have already described, the **Numeral 7** is inherent within the **Four Quadrants' Equation** when we include the representation of each relation in symbolic individualization to the equation **1+1=1+1**. Inherent within this equation, is 7 distinct symbols operating within unification. Adding relation (**3**) to the Four Quadrants' Equation (**4**) is equivalent to the **3 + 4 = 7** equation.

In addition, the **Numeral 7** comes into position within the formation of the equation, **1+1=2**, through application of **inverting relation**, adding a second dimension to addition, creating multiplication through awareness of geometric sequencing of relational transitions. When taken into application within the equation, **1+1=2**; the **= symbol** has two horizontal lines creating a finite geometric line sequence within the equation, symbolically representing the connection between two distinct dimensional directions operating in equilibrium with each-other in relation to the dimensional singularity of the equation's representation. While the **= symbol** expresses an equilibrium between two dimensional directions operating in relation within an equation, the **+ symbol** expresses two dimensional directions converging upon a singular-central axis. It is the inverse of the relation within the equation in which the **Numeral 7** takes individualization.

When we consider the functioning of geometric sequencing operating through the inverse of the relation to the individualization of each symbol within the equation, **1+1=2**, there are **7** numerals found when adding the integers within the equation with the geometric sequencing of the symbol of their relation. **1+1** expresses two distinct directions of polarity, converging upon a central axis of singularity; each of these two polarities reside in their own distinct directional positioning within the equation, expressed through the vertical and horizontal line converging into singular axis within the **+** symbolization. When we include both the numerical integers and their distinction of two distinct positions in space converging upon a singular axis, **4** Numerical Dimensions are distinguishable within the symbolic process of addition. When we add the **4** Numerical Dimensions within **1+1** with the two dimensions of equilibrium expressed within the (**=**) equality of the equation, and then finally individual integer of **2**, we find **7** dimensional distinctions operating as an underlying foundation within **1+1=2**, when adding geometric sequencing of relation.