## Math library

### Introduction

What does this library?

At start, the library will focus in the oldest and most elementary branch of mathematics - arithmetic.

Basic operations are implemented to operate on integers and natural numbers.

Integers:

Z = {.. , -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, ...}

Natural numbers

N = {0, 1, 2, ...}

### How the library sees the numbers?

The library uses the positional notation

{ d[n], ... d[1], d[0] } (d[0] is less significative) base

base is the number of unique digits including zero.

e.g. The number 15 in decimal notation (base 10) is represented as:

1 0 { 1, 5 } = 1 * 10 + 5 * 10 10

### What is the number interface?

Algorithms have access to the number representation using iterators.

{ !?!? , d[n], ... d[1], d[0] } ^ ^ end begin (iterators, pointers)

Basic math lib algorithms will use this abstraction.

### References