Hexagonal ring alg., unipolar, with no known equation
A a hexagonal ring of variables with no center variable
Variables assigned to corners in a clockwise direction, though this is arbitrary. There are six input variables and one output variable for each cell in the spreadsheet calculation. An above cluster of numbers is the source of the number below (N+1). The terms are yet unclear, but it is the as yet undisplayed algorythmically derived fractional exponent terms that use 'fill in the blank' variables to break the symmetry (in any symmetric Pascalloid case). The exact manifestation of the terms allows basic adjustments to the whole normal structure (what forms a type of 3D Normal / Bell Curve as it approaches infinity, though its limits of infinitesimality are still hexagonal) to create balancing systems for this normal curve. To find the terms is a challenge, not a requirement, because just by assuming all the variables in our terms are set to one, they all collapse to 'the particular coefficient number' times one.
N = 0



N = 1



N = 2



N = 3



N = 4



N = 5



N = 6



N = 7



N = 8



N = 9



N = 10



N = 11



N = 12



N = 13



N = 14



N = 15



N = 16



N = 17



N = 18



N = 19



N = 20



N = 21



We see some trigonometricappearing valued 360 circle common angle units indicating values at N=^{4} where we see 60 and 90. At the very next iteration of this number hexagon (A+B+C+D+E+F)^{5} we see 360 situated right in the very middle. And at N=^{7} we see a 'wow number': 10,080. It just looks cool.