I call them fundamental Groups.

Such Groups Contain only one element and the element stastifies all the properties of Group.

Moreover ,we define infinite sets which can satify Group theory requirements:

Let there be an arbitary number a .

Let us define Group under the operation of + ,such that

G(+) = {-...-ma ,-(m-1)a, ......-2a ,-a ,0 ,a,2a,3a.......ma , (m+1)a.....}

0 can be understood as 0.a

Examples of Fundamental Groups:

G(+,-)={0}

G(+,-)={delta} where delta->0

Under Multiplication and division

G(x,/)={1}

G(x,/)={1+delta} where delta->0

The C we had discussed earlier can represent the container:

therefore

G(+,,) ={C}

The properties of container is close to the dimensions.

However C applies to all kind of expression.

An interesting question will be to define the containership of Probability ....