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George Mpantes

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the nature of irrational numbers
https://www.scribd.com/doc/288946130
the irrationals, the continuum, the reality-the incommensurable magnitudes, the irrationals as geometrical and ohysical constants
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This reads as though it were penned by a kook. Or a feeble mathematician who is thoroughly illiterate in basic English. Or more likely both. Utter word-salad.
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luca leli

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R.O.S.E(realization of sieve of Eratosthenes) have mod(x,Po)/Po which is error item for count prime number where zero are divided into Po<x part equal to Po>x part (from all over view)for every zero of zeta function(Po is all combination of product of prime number less and equal to x^1/2), from Pascal triangle can see it symmetry at x=1/2(take two end point of line at bottom of triangle at 0,1), happen with Bernoulli number and moment of zero together , zero of zeta function Po<x part range from 0 to 1/2 (total of prime number in upper limit of Euler product at x^1/2)and equal to Po>x part mean 1/2+1/2=1(total of prime at x^1 for upper limit of Euler product) imply prime number theorem is true(zero inside 0<x<1 strip), more over from R.O.S.E p less and equal to x^1/2(without e in x^(1/2+e)) for x=p^2(for example at 2^2,3^2,5^2) , imply zero exactly right on line x=1/2, for x not equal to p^2 can fit in this structure(for example pi(5)=5*1/2+1/2=3) imply Riemann Hypothesis is true.
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luca leli

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Countless numbers of physicists continue to insist that phenomena such as spherical collapse / star collapse are dictated by Newtonian gravity. Despite GR and the Schwarzschild solution being a century old now, folks continue to talk about gravity as a real physical force, instead of a manifestation of Spacetime curvature. Very strange! For example, star/spherical collapse is dictated by the matching of the interior and exterior Schwarzschild metrics:

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+Ikjyot Singh Kohli​​​​​ Sorry, not sure to understand. Do you refer to folks or to physicists? :-) Also, I assume that it is the exterior metric that describes the collapse and it is more generally reported as an effect of GR gravity and Einstein relativity: where the inward attraction starts, deviating from the pure Newtonian orbit... Why are you concerned with the matching of the interior and exterior metrics? E.g. From Wikipedia, that's a coordinate singularity (nothing happens at the event horizon in GR theory), a lot of physicists do discuss about it in relation to the firewall paradox, but that's another (still unclear) matter, where quantum gravity is more relevant than GR... What am I missing? :-)
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Namig Guliyev

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"for his far reaching contributions to geometry, representation theory and theoretical physics. The fundamental and elegant concepts and techniques that he has introduced have had wide impact and are of lasting importance."
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Amina Qutub

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Graph theory interprets how human cells dynamically organize to form neuronal networks
 
The Social Networks of Neural Progenitor Cells - study uncovers how multipotent neural progenitor cells self-organize to become electrically-active networks of neurons

http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2016/05/26/055533
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Kentu KemPtah

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Ascending Algebra and Ascending Arithmatic are two different poles that merge as one mathematical element. I will use "x" and "y" as elements in my example.
Demensions Define in Ascending Mathematics is Different Base System Space. Different space have different patterns and thus different space is defined by different base system. If Different Axis have the same base system then they are of the same Demension if they are different base sysem then they are of different demensions.
In the Future I will use D instead of X and Y to define the axis because there are infinite unique types of Axis(Demensions). So for x I will use 1D and for y 2D for example. Also we leanred that we can use digits and numbers as varables besides using x and y.
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Amin Asgari

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Problem   Two players alternately write O's (first player) and X's (second player) in the unoccupied cells of an n*n grid. The first player (if any) to occupy four cells at the vertices of a square with horizontal and vertical sides is the winner. What is the outcome of the game given optimal play?

Note: Roland Bacher and Shalom Eliahou proved that every 15 x 15 binary matrix contains four equal entries (all 0's or all 1's) at the vertices of a square with horizontal and vertical sides. So the game must result in a winner (the first player) when n=15.


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luca leli

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Non bisogna amare mai solo il risultato,ma il gesto che lo realizza
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Amin Asgari

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By Benjamin Braun

One of the most interesting aspects of using unsolved problems in my classes has been to see how my students respond.  I typically ask students to write a three-page reflective essay about their experience with the homework in the course, and almost all of the students talk about working on the open problems.  Some of them describe feelings of relief and joy to have the opportunity to be as creative as they wish on a problem with no expectation of finding the right answer, while others describe feelings of frustration and immediate defeat in the face of a hopeless task.  Either way, many students tell me that working on an unsolved problem is one of the noteworthy moments in the course.  For this reason, as much as I enjoy witnessing mathematics develop and progress, I hope that some of my favorite problems remain tantalizingly unsolved for many years to come. - See more at: http://blogs.ams.org/matheducation/2015/05/01/famous-unsolved-math-problems-as-homework/#.dpuf
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luca leli

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How to find the integration by method of substitution in calculus.
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luca leli

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Countless numbers of physicists continue to insist that phenomena such as spherical collapse / star collapse are dictated by Newtonian gravity. Despite GR and the Schwarzschild solution being a century old now, folks continue to talk about gravity as a real physical force, instead of a manifestation of Spacetime curvature. Very strange! For example, star/spherical collapse is dictated by the matching of the interior and exterior Schwarzschild metrics:

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Robert Marley

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Please i need a book that contains things on Poincar's Polyhedron theorem.
Who can help me out?
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9th CBSE maths book
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In this article the authors describe the method of construction of approximate chaotic solutions of dynamical model equations with quadratic nonlinearities in a general form using a new accurate numerical method. Numerous systems of chaotic dynamical systems of this type are studied in modern literature. The authors find the region of convergence of the method and offer an algorithm of construction and several criteria to check the accuracy of the approximate chaotic solutions.

http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1T6tq3QI~FA6eQ
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Kentu KemPtah

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One thing about the law of identity is that it can make things redundant when it is isolated from its family of Ascending Meta-Hermetic Formulas. Under the Law of identity since it is the law of "look alikes" or "copies" then its interpretation of multiplication logically leads to Multiplication being the repeat of Multiplicants relative to Multiplier's value. Thus the law of identity sees the repeat of multiplicants as its only representation. In Ascending Mathematics it is not the redundancy but its originality. For the Multiplier called 5 we know that five is the mid point in the Decimal system and it is connected to the Divine split by 5(it self). Thus only two simple factors are needed when 5 is a multiplier...1) 1/2 and 10. Every Multiplicant is also a Synergy Value. The synergy is halved and multiplied by 10. Notice the digital variable value is 1/2 thus 1=1/2 when 1 is a digital varable. Hence 1/2 times 10 is the universal answer to 5 as a multiplier in Decimal system.
Polar formula is when a negative and positive number of the same magnetude is equated and thus its synergy value is double that of one side. That is why in a general formula of -A=+A the synergy value -2A and +2A. 
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Hendrik Boom

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Does anyone know of good, simple, reliable and free wiki, forum, and blog software that can handle mathematical notation properly? 
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+Mani A. Since I wrote the above comment, I tried out mathjax. For a small amount of math it is OK. But for a lot of math it becomes unacceptably slow. I'm using iceweasel, the Debian port of Firefox, since Google dropped support for Chrome.
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OM SATYA TRUTH

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QUANTA MAGAZINE | MATHEMATICS | WOLCHOVER | 05.24.2016

|| MATHEMATICIANS BRIDGE FINITE INFINITE DIVIDE ||

A surprising new proof is helping to connect the Mathematics of Infinity to the physical world .

Mathematicians Ludovic Patey and Keita Yokoyama have found a bridge across the Finite Infinite divide , helping at the same time to map this strange boundary .

CLICK ON PHOTO FOR ARTICLE & TECH PDF ➤➤

#mathematics #foundationsofmathematics #infinity #logic #settheory #computabilitytheory #prooftheory
A surprising new proof is helping to connect the Mathematics of Infinity to the physical world . Mathematicians Mathematicians Ludovic Patey and Keita Yokoyama have found a bridge across the Finite Infinite divide , helping at the same time to map the strange boundary
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How is asking someone if they have an original publication allowing further reading on the topic "responding poorly"? Obviously, you are an internet troll, not a mind reader. I asked a logical question about a topic I simply want to know more about, and didn't deserve to have my integrity questioned by a childish provocateur.

I have no connection to the first commenter, LOGIC FAIL.

"Cause precedes effect; extempoproximally to its permissible effect...." Quite full of ourselves tonight in our refudiating malapropositions, aren't we?? Sarah Palin's neologisms didn't make her sound very smart either. Besides lifelong issues with logic and reading comprehension, she's quite good at picking arguments over topics she has ersatz knowledge about for attention too.

I hope your need to be 'drama queen' and 'tone troll' for the day was satiated, while the rest of us just who want to talk about math can get back to business, Mr or Ms. wool.

My question to the OP still stands....where can I read more about this topic in the academic math literature? I do not have online access to "Quanta Magazine". If that's not possible, a simple "I don't know, I'm just reposting the article" will suffice. Thank you!
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Amin Asgari

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Beal Prize Increased to $1 Million 

Prize enhanced to inspire young mathematicians and spur general interest in mathematics
 
Providence—The AMS announced today that the prize for the solution to the Beal Conjecture, a number theory problem, has been increased to US$1 million.  The prize and conjecture are named for D. Andrew “Andy” Beal, a Dallas banker who has a strong interest in number theory and who provided the funds for the Beal Prize. 
 
The Beal Conjecture states that the only solutions to the equation Ax + By = Cz, when A, B, C, are positive integers, and x, y, and z are positive integers greater than 2, are those in which A, B, and C have a common factor. By way of example, 33 + 63 = 35, but the numbers that are the bases have a common factor of 3, so the equation does not disprove the theorem; it is not a counterexample.
 
The truth of the Beal Conjecture implies Fermat's Last Theorem, which states that there are no solutions to the equation an + bn = cn where a, b, and c are positive integers and n is a positive integer greater than 2. More than three hundred years ago, Pierre de Fermat claimed he had a proof but did not leave a record of it.  The theorem was finally proved in the 1990s by Andrew Wiles, together with Richard Taylor.  Both the Beal Conjecture and Fermat's Last Theorem are typical of many statements in number theory: easy to say, but extremely difficult to prove.
 
Andy Beal first established the prize for a solution to the Beal Conjecture in 1997. To date, no correct solution to the problem has been found. The current funding is an increase from the previously funded amount of $100,000. Funds for the prize are held in trust by the AMS.
 
“I was inspired by the prize offered for proving Fermat,” said Mr. Beal, a self-taught mathematician with an interest in number theory.  “I'd like to inspire young people to pursue math and science. Increasing the prize is a good way to draw attention to mathematics generally and the Beal Conjecture specifically.  I hope many more young people will find themselves drawn into the wonderful world of mathematics."
 
The prize for solving the Beal Conjecture is not the only million-dollar prize for the solution of a mathematics problem.  In 2000, the Clay Mathematics Institute created seven $1-million-dollar prizes for problems now known as the Millennium Problems.  One, the Poincaré Conjecture, was solved by Russian mathematician Grigori Perelman in works he made public in 2003 (he turned down the monetary prize).
 
Read more information about the Beal Conjecture and see the 1997 article in Notices of the AMS, "A Generalization of Fermat’s Last Theorem: The Beal Conjecture and Prize Problem."
 
Summary of Prize rules: To earn the Beal Prize, a proposed solution must be published in a refereed mathematics publication which is respected and, in the opinion of the prize committee (selected by the AMS), maintains the highest editorial standards. In the case of a counterexample, it will be subject to independent verification. Following a two-year period the prize committee will decide whether a solution merits detailed evaluation. Solutions should not be sent to the AMS, the prize committee, or to Mr. Beal, and they must be published in the manner stated above to be considered.  
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OM SATYA TRUTH

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LMFDB | L-FUNCTIONS & MODULAR FORMS DATABASE

|| INTERNATIONAL TEAM LAUNCHES VAST ATLAS OF MATHEMATICAL OBJECTS ||

A team of more than 80 Mathematicians from 12 countries has begun charting the terrain of rich , new Mathematical worlds , and sharing their discoveries on the Web .

The Mathematical universe is filled with both familiar and exotic items , many of which are being made available for the first time .

The L-FUNCTIONS & MODULAR FORMS DATABASE , abbreviated LMFDB , is an intricate catalog of Mathematical objects and the connections between them .

Making those relationships visible has been made possible largely by the coordinated efforts of a group of researchers developing new algorithms and performing calculations on an extensive network of computers .

The project provides a new tool for several branches of Mathematics , Physics , and Computer Science .

Just like explorers , Mathematicians seek to discover paths between apparently unrelated areas . Such discoveries can lead to breakthroughs when the connections are made explicit .

CLICK PHOTO TO READ ARTICLES & ACCESS LMFDB ➤➤

#LMFDB #mathematics #math #physics #computerscience #computing #computation #research #langlandsprogram #foundationsofmathematics #experimentation #numbertheory
An international group of Mathematicians at various institutions has released a new online resource that provides detailed maps of previously uncharted Mathematical terrain . The LMFDB is a detailed atlas of Mathematical objects that maps out the connections between them .
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