# The Code-13 Principle

### Strapline

How do you know the number of times individuals, irrespective of gender, had engaged in straight sex before marriage?

### Synopsis

Individuals, irrespective of gender, had engaged in sexual intercourse before marriage using a mechanism known as the computable equation.This equation takes to cognizance the first-sex experience situation to the point just before marriage.Also, the equation has ’13′ interpretations which give ’13′ sex lives of different individuals-ranging from the simple to the complex.Therefore, whence accepted, this postulation will be called ‘the code-13′ principle.

With derivations, analysis, applications to various social science fields(Psychology, Sociology and Sexology) and future use(s), it asserts a detailed expression of its uniqueness.

Chapter Sample

Chapter One

Analysis/ Derivation of the Computable Equation

As stated, the computable equation takes to account the first-sex experience to the point before the

nuptial knots were tied (marriage).

We begin by using a case study -individual A. Individual A, a model, is a representative of the male and

female gender-it could be a ‘he’ or ‘she’. Below is an arithmetic computation of the number of time an

individual, A, had had sex. Let us establish the following parameters.

- Let the first time individual, A, had sex. (with partner, a, say ) be X

- Let the subsequent number of times individual A had had sex be X1, (with the same partner)

c. Perhaps there is an eventual break-up, let number of times individual a had engaged in sex in

subsequent relationships with the partners (b, c, d, e… say,) be X2,

d. Considering the number of times individual A had had for_the moment/one-night-stand sex,

with partners ( f, g, h, l,….)., If individual A had engaged in such, let the number of times

individual A had engaged in one-night-stand/ for_ the_ moment sex be X3 (with partners f, g,

h, l… ) (On the basis of assumption).

e. Assuming individual A ‘hooks up’ with a would-be life-long marriage material (partners Z, say)

let the number of times individual A had sexually engaged partners Z be X4. This is before

marriage

f. Considering the parameters, we can compute (arithmetically) the numbers of times individual

A had engaged in sex before marriage. Let the numbers of times individual A engaged in sex

be represented by n. therefore, it follows that: n = X ± X1 ± X2 ± X3 ± X4. In other words, the

number of times individual A had engaged in sex can be given as : the first time individual A

had sex (with partner a, say ) ± the subsequent number of times individual A had sex with the

same partner ± the number of times individual A had engaged in subsequent relationships

(with partners b, c, d, e…, say,) ± the Number of times individual A had engaged in a onenight-

stand/ for the moment sex (with partners f, g, h, I, ….) ± Number of times individual A

had engaged in sex with partners Z (the would_ be _ life_ long marriage material).

For convenience, let us represent the following

a. n by N (Number of times)

b. X by No (with partner A)

c. X1 by N1 (with the same partner)

d. X2 by N2 (with partners b, c, d, e…)

e. X3 by N3 (with partners f, g, h, I …)

f. X4 by N4 (with partners Z)

Therefore, n= X ± X1 ± X2 ± X3 ± X4 becomes N= No ± N1 N2 ± N3 ± N4. This is called the computable

equation or the postulation’s mechanism. Also, it is the generalized equation that summarizes the various

sex lives of different individuals, ranging from the simple to the complex (as stated in the introductory part

of this write-up).

The generalized equation or computable equation has thirteen mathematical interpretations. In other

words, the equation, expressed as N= No ± N1 N2 ± N3 ± N4 can be interpreted as:

1) N=No+N1+N2+N3+N4…(Interpretation1)

2) N=No+N1+N2+N3…(Interpretation 2)

3) N=No+N1+N2…(Interpretation3)

4) N=No+N1+N3…(Interpretation 4)

5) N=No+N1+N4…(Interpretation 5)

6) N=No+N2+N4…(Interpretation 6)

7) N=No+N3+N4…(Interpretation 7)

8) N=No+N2+N3…(Interpretation 8)

9) N=No+N1…(Interpretation 9)

10) N=No+N2…(Interpretation 10)

11) N=No+N3…(Interpretation 11)

12) N=No+N4…(Interpretation 12)

13) N=No… (Interpretation 13).