Is the arrangement of week arbitrary or scientific?.

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Is the arrangement of week arbitrary or scientific? Word Problem: The unknown day x does recur once in every four year. We know that there are 7 days in a week.(i). In how many years the number of the unknown day is equivalent to the number of days of a week? (ii). What is the name of the unknown day in the Tropics? Temperates?

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The second and third quarters seasons do cover 89 and 90 daysrespectively.

There are four seasons in the second quarter of the year. The period of the second season does cover 89 days. For the tropics it covers from the end of Meskeram 13 to Tahisas12, when from the end of September 23 to December 21 for the temperates.

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Kiremt is symmetrical to Bega as Summer does to Winter.
Kiremt and Bega are the seasons of the tropics when Summer and Winter do the same of the temperates. Summer, Kiremt, Bega and winter are the seasons that recur in north temperate and tropic and south tropic and temperate respectively.The coverage of the first quarter season is about 94 days. For the tropics it covers from end of Sene 14 to Meskeram 13, when from end of June 21 to September 23 for the temperates.

Introduction

Pagumetropics is a real new world science that studies about discovering the tropics and rediscovering the temperates. Therefore, it is inclusive of all sciences: mathematics; algebra and geometry, language, economics, politics, physical geography, physics, information technology, biology: i.e. natural science, ecology, environmental science, chemistry, sports, real history and universal religions, etc.

Therefore, Pagumetropics is new economics that studies about discovering the tropics and rediscovering the temperates. English is not time. It does know neither Pagume nor 12 months of 30 days. But Pagume does use English to reveal the realities of the tropics compared to the temperates. Therefore, Pagume is 5 or 6 faster rotations of the tropics, when 6 to 10 or 11 of September are slower rotations of the temperates.

1.1.          Background

 

As a sovereign and modern country, the Federal Democratic Republic Government of Ethiopia, it is the constitutional duty of Executive branch of the government to set the calendar year and budget year. Accordingly first, the Ethiopian calendar year is from Meskeram 1 to Pagume 5 or 6, when from September 12 or 11 to September 11 or 10 recur in the temperates. Second, the Ethiopia’s budget year is set from Hamle 1 to Sene 30, when July 8 to July 7 recurs in the temperates. Third, it is based on the above budget year; Ethiopia’s income tax schedules are made. Thus, in accordance with Employment income tax schedule of Ethiopia, there are 12 accounting months: 11 of 30 days (Meskeram to Hamle) and one special accounting month of 35 or 36 days (Nehase and Pagume). This means that the current income tax law does verbally oblige every employer how to treat the income tax base of Pagume.

“Employers have an obligation to withhold the tax from each payment to an employee, and to pay the withheld amounts to the Tax Authority the amount withheld during each calendar month, in applying preceding income attributable to the months of Nehase and Pagume shall be aggregated and treated as the income of one month.”  Income tax law (2002) at 1873.

Pagumetropics is new economics that studies about discovering the tropics and rediscovering the temperates. English is not time. It does know neither Pagume nor 12 months of 30 days. But Pagume does use English to reveal the realities of the tropics compared to the temperates. Therefore, Pagume is 5 or 6 faster rotations of the tropics, when 6 to 10 or 11 of September are slower rotations of the temperates.

1.2. Statements of the problem

 

Neither English-English Dictionary nor encyclopedias of Britannica nor American know the Ethiopian calendar months. Besides, all the bilingual English Amharic Dictionaries unscientifically define Ethiopian calendar months by an alphabetical arrangement of Gregorian calendar months. This means that April is Miyazia, August is Nehase … and September is Meskeram. Thus, these definitions seem to consider Gregorian calendar months and Ethiopian calendar months are identical and the same. However, when we mathematically analysis these definitions, we found that 12 months of 30 days of Ethiopian calendar (360 days) is less than 12 Gregorian calendar months (365 or 366 days in common and leap year respectively):- 7 months of 31, 4 months of 30 and one month of 28 or 29 days. Accordingly, Ethiopian calendar months are less than Gregorian calendar months by 5 and 6 days.  But in reality, in accordance with current Ethiopian calendar, these 5 and 6 days are denoted by the word Pagume. Thus, 1 to 5 or 6 of Pagume does recur in the tropics, when 6 to 10 or 11 of September recur in the temperates.

Moreover, the negative consequences of unscientific definition of Ethiopian months by the Gregorian reveal that there are several problems in our world. First, although we are living in a digital age, the tropics that cover about 26.11% of our planet earth remain undiscovered. The tropics is undiscovered, because both use of Ethiopian calendar months only in the current Ethiopia and Gregorian calendar months in the tropics are unrealistic. Use of Ethiopian calendar only in the current Ethiopia is unrealistic, because the circumference of current Ethiopia cannot cover 24 hours (half part of Ethiopia is day and other half part is night). Use of the Gregorian calendar months in the tropics is unrealistic, because longer variations of day and night and extreme seasons of the temperates which are revealed by the Gregorian calendar months were/are/will not recur in the tropics.

Second, although Pagume is 5 or 6 faster rotations of the tropics, when 6 to 10 or 11 of September are slower rotations of the temperates; there is neither factors income nor income tax revenue in Ethiopia. Thus, fairly speaking the economic model of Ethiopia is only a model of 360 days. This means that the economics of Pagume is undiscovered. Third, if there is salary income during Pagume, there are no complementary income tax schedules that use to plan, legislate, implement and monitor special month budget of 35 or 36 days (Nehase and Pagume).

Moreover, against the principles of Ethiopia’s or the tropics’ accounting months, most public enterprises such as Telecommunication, Ethiopian Airlines Corporation, Ethiopian electric Corporation and Universities are operating their activities using Gregorian accounting months. Besides all international nongovernmental organizations, corporations of private sector are not governed by the accounting months of Ethiopia. 

Last but not least, it is not only all other countries which are found in the tropics but international institutes such as world Bank, Organization of African Union, Economic Commission for Africa, United Nation Development Program; etc, that are located in Addis Abeba also unrealistically use the accounting months of Gregorian.

The second and third quarters seasons do cover 89 and 90 days respectively..

Ethiopian calendar of the tropics are different from Gregorian calendar of the temperates.
30 days of Meskeram is different from 30 days of September,
30 days of Tikimt is different from 31 days of October,
30 days of Hidar is different from 30 days of November,
30 days of Tahisas is different from 31 days of December,
30 days of Tir is different from 31 days of January,
30 days of Yekatit is different from 28 or 29 days of February,
30 days of Megabit is different from 31 days of March,
30 days of Miyazia is different from 30 days of April,
30 days of Ginbot is different from 30 days of May,
30 days of Megabit is different from 31 days of March,
30 days of Miyazia is different from 30 days of April,
30 days of Ginbot is different from 30 days of May,
30 days of Sene is different from 30 days of June,
30 days of Hamle is different from 31 days of July,
30 days of Nehase is different from 31 days of August,
5 or 6 days of Pagume is different from 6 to 10 or 11 of September.

The second and third quarters seasons do cover 89 and 90 daysrespectively.

There are four seasons in the second quarter of the year. The period of the second season does cover 89 days. For the tropics it covers from the end of Meskeram 13 to Tahisas12, when from the end of September 23 to December 21 for the temperates.