f(X)=God
rating: 0+x

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe/Euclid/Keter (indicate which class)

Special Containment Procedures: Access to SCP-XXXX is limited to personnel with SCP-XXXX/4 clearance. Only four people at any given time are to be allowed access to the full version of SCP-XXXX.

Inputs for SCP-XXXX are to submitted to SCP-XXXX/4 personnel for evaluation and testing with SCP-XXXX.

The original notes SCP-XXXX were discovered on are currently being held in [wing] at [site].

Description: SCP-XXXX is a function f(x) which operates on the domain of all real numbers, and has an undefined range. Currently it is believed that outputs from SCP-XXXX are correlated with quantifications of tenants and ideals held by Abrahamic faiths, however testing has been inconclusive.

Discovery: SCP-XXXX was originally derived by Michel Chasles in 1878, and presented the equation as well as its proof to the Catholic Church. It was dismissed by the church for [reasons] and now it is in the foundation's control along with his original notes (or something like this)

Addendum-XXXX-1: Experiment Log.

Mathematical Operation: Addition and Multiplication

Mathematical Properties/Output:

Notes: SCP-XXXX is commutative, distributive and associative

Relevant Excerpt from Chasles' Notes: "It matters not the manner or presentation of your computations. The sum and product of your labors remains unchanged"

Mathematical Operation Mathematical Properties Relevant Excerpt from Chasles' Notes
Addition and Multiplication SCP-XXXX is commutative, distributive and associative "It matters not the manner or presentation of your computations. The sum and product of your labors remains unchanged"
Use of negative values for X SCP-XXXX cell-content
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Ideas:

Inputting another function -
Minimums and Maximums -
Limits - God has no limit, but that gets funky
Continuity and differentiation - "There is only one God, one Father, who has no end."
Derivatives -
Integration followed by area under the curve - [stuff]

Stinger idea: they find previous derivations that used the same steps but the people deriving it were of different faiths, and they yield different functions

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