In this chapter, we will work towards an algorithm to develop the Gann Square of 9 Calculator.

Remember our Last Problem? Let’s say the LTP of a stock is 5152. Let’s generate a Gann Square of 9 based on this –

So, we reached into – 5148<5152<5184

- 5148 is Support.
- 5184 is Resistance.

But, for a number with a higher value, the size of the Gann Square of 9 needs to be higher and it is hard to visualize. So, Is there any way to visualize it?

**Visualization**

So far, we know the Gann Square of 9 follows few interesting rules –

- The square of an odd number falls in an ordinal cross.
- The 45-degree rotation from any number that is in the ordinal cross or cardinal cross will land in a new number that is in the ordinal cross or cardinal cross.

Now if We have to follow two rules –

- The first 9 values will deviate from each other by 45 degrees.
- The LTP cannot be in the first two levels because all the values of the first two levels lie in either Cardinal Cross or Ordinal Cross.

- So, we have to create a grid of a minimum of 3×3 where our number will lie in the outer ring.
- So, the LTP is at the third wheel.

**#1 Getting the Apex Value**

Up to this point in our exploration:

To visualize our given number, the LTP, in the most effective manner, it must be placed in the third wheel of consideration. The Apex value is situated in the first wheel. Thus, by rotating a minimum of 360 + 360 degrees, a total of 720 degrees, we can uncover the Apex value.

Now, let’s delve into the scenario where our LTP resides in the third wheel. To determine the highest odd number in the Square of Odds within the Gann Square of 9, we’ll employ the Square of Odds principle and round up to the nearest odd number that’s also a perfect square.

That number will be the highest odd number in the Square of Odds in the Gann Square of 9. In this case –

- The square root of 5152 = 71.77743378
- Rounding up 71.77743378 = 72
- The highest odd number in the Square of Odds in the 3rd wheel i.e 2nd round in the Gann Square of Nine = (72^2) = 5184

Now, the Apex Value sits 720 degrees inward from this number. Let’s proceed to unveil the Apex Value. Recall that “1” signifies a 180-degree rotation, corresponding to one-half rotation. On this basis:

“4” represents a 720-degree rotation, equivalent to two full rotations.

- Rotation of 720 degrees = 72 = 68
- Square of 68 = 4624

4624 is the Apex Value. This culmination encapsulates the outcome of our meticulous exploration.

**#2 Getting the Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers**

Now, our deal is limited to finding the Pivot Points. The numbers that lie in the Cardinal and Ordinal Cross i.e., Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers.

Furthermore, let’s consider these significant properties:

- A 45-degree rotation from any number within the ordinal cross or cardinal cross will lead to a new number also situated within the ordinal cross or cardinal cross.
- The Apex value itself is positioned within both the Cardinal and Ordinal Cross.

Hence, here’s the strategy:

By continually generating numbers through a rotation of 45 degrees outward from the Apex value of the Square of 9,

or alternatively,

By consistently generating numbers through a rotation of 45 degrees inward from the Square of 9’s largest Odd Number residing in the third wheel (as applicable in this case),

**We can successfully derive all the Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers.**

Let’s embark on the first approach, which involves rotating from the Apex Value, to delve into this exploration.

- Indeed, it’s important to note that if “2” signifies a complete 360-degree rotation, then “.25” symbolizes a 45-degree shift.
- With this understanding, let’s proceed by adding “.25” to the value of 68.
- Upon obtaining this sum, we’ll proceed to square it.

Rather than simply rounding down without decimals, let’s round the result to the nearest two decimal places.

Let’s keep rotating the numbers to uncover the complete array of Cardinal and Ordinal numbers within the Gann Square of 9.

There are 4 cardinal and 4 ordinal numbers in each round.

- The Apex value contributes to 1 Pivot Point.
- The 1st Round i.e., 2nd Wheel contributes 4 cardinal numbers and 4 ordinal numberss totaling 8 Pivot Points.
- Similarly, the 2nd Round i.e. 3rd Wheel contributes 4 cardinal numbers and 4 ordinal numbers totaling 8 Pivot Points.

In net, we get 1+8+8 =17 Pivot Points.

**#3 Beautify**

The numbers which are not in the Cardinal or Ordinal Cross are not important. Let’s leave them blank. Let’s Fill in the numbers of the Cardinal and Ordinal Cross from the previous calculation.

**#4 The Solution**

Now, we have to put our number 5152 in the chart.

Find the Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers between which the number fits.

From the Gann Wheel on the left side, we can see –

- 5148 is Support.
- 5184 is Resistance.

Not only, do we have the solution but also We have the easy to visualize Gann Square of 9. So far, you have learned – How to create a Gann Square of 9 calculator of Size 3 by changing the Apex Value.