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Topic: SPRING OF MATHEMATICS : A new precise trigonometry
Replies: 3   Last Post: Feb 29, 2012 7:54 AM

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 Inverse 18 Mathematics Posts: 67 Registered: 7/23/10
Re: SPRING OF MATHEMATICS : A new precise trigonometry
Posted: Feb 28, 2012 5:40 PM

On Feb 28, 3:07PM, Inverse 19 mathematics <hope9...@frontier.com>
wrote:
>  This too has been prersented to Professors of Mathematics at
> University Of California and University of Illinois , they have been
> presented evidence of imprecision and the approximation of the Radian.
> A new Trigonometry is being developed.
>
>  As a marker , the angle at the base of the right angled triangle
> whose sides are 1, sqrt 9 and sqrt 10 , is precisely 360/19
> degrees( copy right Hope research Nov 2011). Your trigonometry is
> temporal and imprecise at best, all this must come down.
>
>  Hope Research  " In the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ"

Is it possible to copyright a wrong value? From a more classical point
of view, this angle is 18.434948... degrees, which is about
350.2640/19. This is far from 360/19. How can you claim this? This
looks like an obsession to fit the universe into your wet dreams.

"Our" trigonometry is safe if your "Trigonometry" is a "precise" as
this! LOL! BTW, are you aware that from false premises, you can prove
anything? When do you plan to send a man to Mars with your theory?
Does your theory mean that computers are doing wrong calculations? Do
you only work with pencil and paper, or if you use a calculator?

Of course, you'll never answer these questions...

Date Subject Author
2/28/12 HOPEINCHRIST
2/28/12 Inverse 18 Mathematics
2/29/12 Tim Little
2/29/12 Inverse 18 Mathematics