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To get the results we need a couple of things:

**0. Approximate/exact (guessed/measured) value of CP Violation Phase Angle** of Boson.

(More in this article: 68. Getting approximate/exact CP Violation Phase Angle of all four elements )

**1. Quantum Fraction** giving the factors with which we can calculate the angles.

**2. Spherical correction angles** for each combination of the four fundamental elements - Neutrino and Boson, Quark and Graviton.

**3. The sum of the Mixing (Oscillation) Angles of Boson, Neutrino, Quark, and Graviton** from before and after the transformation into the positive part of Real Plane (if we use just the sum of complex vectors).

**1 -** So, the **Quantum Fraction** for a lack of better word is a fraction different for each of the four fundamental elements, but nevertheless forming two pairs.

For Boson the Quantum Fraction equals to:

**( 21 / 5 ) / ( ( 27 / 10 ) - ( 3 / 2) ) = 7 / 2**

Reciprocal of each part will be used for the calculation of the CP Violation Phase Angle of Boson, in the following way:

**( 5 / 21 ) - for calculating CP Violation Phase Angle of the following combinations - Quark, Graviton, Quark + Graviton, Neutrino + Boson, Quark + Boson + Neutrino, Graviton + Boson + Neutrino, Quark+ Graviton + Boson + Neutrino.**

**( 10 / 27 ) - for calculating CP Violation Phase Angle of the following combinations - Neutrino, Quark + Neutrino, Graviton + Neutrino, Quark + Graviton + Neutrino.**

**( 2 / 3 ) - for calculating CP Violation Phase Angle of the following combinations - Boson, Quark + Boson, Graviton + Boson, Quark + Graviton + Boson.**

**2 - Spherical correction angles.** Those are just the sums of the angles of different elements and reduced to multiplications ( 90+ deg, or if you prefer to 22.5+ deg. "+" stands for a spherical angle).

**Quark + Graviton = 1/2 x + 1/2 y = 90. 50998 deg**

**Boson + Neutrino = ( x + y ) / 4 = 90.1793 deg**

**( Quark + Graviton ) + Boson = ( 1/ 2 ) x + ( 1 / 2 ) y = 90.34464 deg**

**( Quark + Graviton ) + Neutrino = as above **

**Quark + ( Boson + Neutrino ) = ( 1 / 5 ) x + ( 4 / 5 ) y = 90.245436 deg**

**Graviton + ( Boson + Neutrino ) = as above**

This correction factor is slightly different than those used in previous articles for calculationg Quark and Neutrino CP Violation Phase angles. But the differtence is miniscule.

**(Quark + Graviton ) + ( Boson + Neutrino ) = ( 1 / 3 ) x + ( 2 / 3 ) y = 90.289527 deg**

**Quark + Boson = ( 1 / 3 ) x + ( 2 / 3 ) y = 90.289527 deg**

**Quark + Neutrino = as above**

**Graviton + Boson = as above**

**Graviton + Neutrino = as above**

**3 - The sums of Mixing (Oscillation) Angles for Boson, Neutrino, Quark, and Graviton from before and after the transformation:**

**θ _{13 } = -28.1209 deg, and after the transformation θ_{13} = 60.2637 deg**

**θ _{23} = 13.3623 deg, and after the transformation θ_{23} = 1.3316 deg**

**θ _{12} = 28.0002 deg, and after the transformation θ_{12} = 28.0002 deg**

It'll be necessary to go back to Article "55. Boson Mixing (Oscillation) Angles Final - after the transformation" - ( 55. Boson Mixing (Oscillation) Angles Final - after the transformation )

Angles before the transformation are calculated using the **built-in Fortran function [ ATAN2 (Im, Re) ]**. This function gives Polar coordinates: Length of the vector and the Angle of this vector with the X-axis. The Angle depends on the location of the initial vector ( i.e. in which quadrant the vector is located in Cartesian coordinates ).

Here is the description from Fortran Wiki: ATAN2

**Important note:** The angles above θ_{13} ; θ_{23} ; θ_{12} ; from before the transformation and after the transformation are different than the original angles since the Quantum Numbers were applied to them, so that the Mixing (Oscillation) Angles may be calculated.

**Here are the original angles from before the transform:**

**Θ _{13} = -157.4770 deg. When multiplied by Quantum Number [ ( 1 / 3.5 ) X ( 5 / 8 ) ] then equals to the θ_{13 } = -28.1209 deg **

**Θ _{23} = 163.6881 deg. When multiplied by Quantum Number [ ( ( 1/3.5 )^{2} ) ] then equals to the θ_{23} = 13.3623 deg **

**Θ _{12} = 44.8004 deg. When multiplied by Quantum Number [ ( 5 / 8 ) ] then equals to the θ_{12} = 28.0002 deg **

**The transformation:**

The Transformation computes "Final Angle" - this is a set of rules to get all the angles Θ from previous calculations and transform them into a set of angles with the following values:

**0.0 deg < Θ _{FINAL} < 90.0 deg and**

**270.0 deg < Θ _{FINAL} < 360.0 deg**

This is how it is done:

1: If the original angle Θ is located in the first quadrant: Θ_{FINAL} = Θ

2: If the original angle Θ is located in the second quadrant: Θ_{FINAL} = ( 180 deg = π ) - | Θ |; i.e. 180 deg - absolute value of theta.

3: If the original angle Θ is located in the third quadrant: Θ_{FINAL} = ( 180 deg = π ) + | Θ |; i.e. 180 deg + absolute value of theta.

4: If the original angle Θ is located in the fourth quadrant: Θ_{FINAL} = ( 360 deg = 2π ) - | Θ |; i.e. 360 deg - absolute value of theta.

After that transform, the Θ_{FINAL} angles are multiplied by the same Quantum Numbers as in the case of Θ_{BEFORE THE TRANSFORM} ; (which was computed right before), giving the angles θ_{FINAL} .

Here are the Angles after the Transformation:

**θ _{13 FINAL }= ( 337.4770 degrees = angle after the transformation ). When multiplied by Quantum Number [ ( 1 / ( 3.5 ) ) X ( 5 / 8 ) ] then equals to θ_{13 FINAL }= 60.2637 degrees**

**θ _{2}_{3 FINAL }= ( 16.3120 degrees = angle after the transformation ). When multiplied by Quantum Number [ ( 1 / ( 3.5 ) ^{2 } ) ] then equals to θ_{2}_{3 FINAL }= 1.3316 degrees**

**θ _{12 FINAL }= ( 44.8004 degrees = angle after the transformation ). When multiplied by Quantum Number [ ( 5 / 8 ) ] then equals to θ_{12 FINAL }= 28.0002 degrees**

The sum of all these Mixing ( Oscillation) Angles from before and after the transformation is the Total Boson Mixing (Oscillation) Angle and equals to**:**

**θ _{TOTAL }_{BOSON MIXING (OSCILLATION) ANGLE }= 102.8371 deg**

**θ _{TOTAL }_{BOSON MIXING (OSCILLATION) ANGLE }= [ ( θ_{13} = - 28.1209 deg + 60.2637 deg ) + ( θ_{23 }= 13.3623 deg + 1.3316 deg ) + ( θ_{12 }= 28.0002 deg X 2 ) ] = 102.8371 degrees**

In a similar manner we get mixing angles of the other elements:

**θ _{TOTAL QUARK MIXING (OSCILLATION ) ANGLE }= 90.4706 deg**

**θ _{TOTAL QUARK MIXING (OSCILLATION ) ANGLE }= [ ( θ_{13} = - 0.20134 deg + 59.7987 deg ) + ( θ_{23 }= 2.3781 deg X 2 ) + ( θ_{12 }= 13.0585 deg X 2 ) ] = 90.4706 degrees**

**θ _{TOTAL }_{GRAVITON MIXING ANGLE }= 90.5494 deg**

**θ _{TOTAL }_{GRAVITON MIXING ANGLE }= [ ( θ_{13} = 6.1879 deg X 2 ) + ( θ_{23 }= 0.5154 deg X 2 ) + ( θ_{12 }= - 69.9459 deg + 147.0887 deg ) ] = 90.5494 degrees**

**θ _{TOTAL NEUTRINO}_{ MIXING (OSCILLATION) ANGLE }= 257.8371 deg**

**θ _{TOTAL NEUTRINO}_{ MIXING (OSCILLATION) ANGLE }= [ ( θ_{13} = - 8.5770 deg + 145.7087 deg ) + ( θ_{23 }= - 47.2551 deg + 98.6837 deg ) + ( θ_{12 }= 34.6599 deg X 2 ) ] = 257.8801 degrees**

**θ _{ BOSON MIXING ANGLE} = 102.8371 deg**.

This angle is crucial in getting the CP Violation Phase Angle of Boson.

Calculating CP Violation Phase Angles for:

**Singles:**

Quark = ( 90.4706 + 5 x 90.51) x ( 5 / 21 ) = 129.2906 deg

Graviton = ( 90.5494 + 5 x 90.51 ) x ( 5 / 21 ) = 129.3094 deg

Boson = ( 102.8371 + 90.1793 ) x ( 2 / 3 ) = 128.6776 deg

Neutrino = ( 257.8801 + 90.1793 ) x ( 10 / 27 ) = 128.9109 deg

**Arithmetic Mean of Singles = 516.1885 deg / 4 = 129.0471 deg**

**Pairs:**

Quark + Neutrino = ( 90.4706 + 257.8801 ) x ( 10 / 27 ) = 129.0188 deg

Graviton + Neutrino = ( 90.5494 + 257.8801 ) x ( 10 / 27 ) = 129.0480 deg

Quark + Boson = ( 90.4706 + 102.8371 ) x ( 2 / 3 ) = 128.8718 deg

Graviton + Boson = ( 90.5494 + 102.8371 ) x (2 / 3 ) = 128.8924 deg

Quark + Graviton = (0.4706 + 90.5494 + 4 x 90.5100 ) x ( 5 / 21 ) = 129.3000 deg

Boson + Neutrino = (102.8371 + 257.8801 + 2 x 90.1793 ) x ( 5 / 21 ) = 128.8276 deg

**Arithmetic Mean for Pairs = 773.9586 deg / 6 = 128.9931 deg**

**Triplets:**

Quark + Graviton + Neutrino = 90.4706 + 90.5494 + 257.8801 - 1 x 90.3446 ) x ( 10 / 27 ) = 129.0946 deg

Quark + Graviton + Boson = ( 90.4706 + 90.5494 + 102.8371 - 1 x 90.3446 ) x (2 / 3 ) = 129.0083 deg

Quark + Neutrino + Boson = ( 90.4706 + 257.8801 + 102.8371 + 1 x 90.2454 ) x ( 5 / 21 ) = 128.9127 deg

Graviton + Neutrino + Boson = ( 90.5494 + 257.8801 + 102.8371 + 1 x 90.2454 ) x ( 5 / 21 ) = 128.9314 deg

**Arithmetic Mean for Triplets = 515.9470 / 4 = 128.9868 deg**

**Quadruplet (Pentagon** - sum of internal angles equal to 540 degrees):

**Quark + Graviton + Boson + Neutrino = δ _{ CP VIOLATION PHASE ANGLE BOSON } = ( 90.4706 + 90.5494 + 102.8371 + 257.8801 ) x ( 5 / 21 ) = 128.985038 deg = 2.25121360 radians**

**Arithmetic Mean of Singles + Pairs + Triplets + Quadruplet = δ_{ CP VIOLATION PHASE ANGLE BOSON } = 1935.07920 deg / 15 = 129.0053 deg = 2.25156689 radians**

I think the result from just the **Quadruplet ( all four elements ) is better = δ_{ CP VIOLATION PHASE ANGLE BOSON } = 128.985038 deg = 2.25121360 radians**

Next articles - calculating the CP Violation Phase Angle of Neutrino (Revisited); Quark (Revisited) and Graviton.

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