**Fake Numbers have many distinct features. These include:**

**- Fake Numbers are not 'placeholders' for other values, but rather themselves**

By definition, Fake Numbers are not 'placeholders' (e.g. x is often used as a placeholder. Fake Numbers are not placeholders). While not a unique property to Fake Numbers, this is an important property in conjunction with other properties described later.

**- Fake Numbers exist as the values of all other numbers**

In contrast to all other numbers, Fake Numbers aren't wholly defined by their stated value (e.g. 3 is stated as the value 3 âŽ 3 will always be 3. 3âș isn't necessarily 3âș at all times).

Take the Fake complex Number x + yi + zâș

This number has the potential to be any other number with component zâș, via means of mathamatical operations.

For example, zâș can exist as 2zâș, by taking zâș and multiplying by 2.

A common misconception is that Fake Numbers are hard to work with due to them existing as all other values.

While this would stand true with other numbers, Fake Numbers are able to be worked with due to them all being related to the Nue Constant.

**- Fake Numbers exist as the direct opposite of a matrix**

Due to the nature of Fake Numbers existing as the values of all other numbers, they also exist as the

opposite of a matrix (notably distinct to the inverse of a matrix). Each Fake Number is, in itself, a self-contained space

of 'solutions'. The use of Fake Numbers within matrix operations is a task left to the reader.

**- Fake Numbers have negative effects on the entity operating with them**

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Due to the nature of Fake Numbers, many researchers have reported minor injuries while working with them, both mental and physical.

While there is no direct evidence to suggest that working with Fake Numbers causes said injuries, caution is advised