17 July 2019 AD; St Alexis the Beggar; Bl Martyrs of Compiegne

To get final angles for bosons I use the same transformation as for quarks:

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To obtain the values of the Final Quark Mixing Angles I will use the transformation of a full plane into a positive part of the real plane:

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Here is a sample of the code for Transcendental Constant C_0:

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Here are 2 small output files for the sample program:

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Using the transformation of a complex plane into a half-plane we get a whole new set of angles and other parameters. The angles (I called them "Final Angles"), when added to the angles from before the transformation, give a spherical triangle (180+ degrees) and a spherical quadrangle (360+ degrees). Also when using pairs, triplets, and quadruplets from each set of the angles we get CP Violation Phase angles for Quarks and for Neutrinos.

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