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Topic: ------- ------- ------- A Trigonomertic function
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david

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Re: ------- ------- ------- A Trigonomertic function
Posted: Aug 28, 2012 8:22 PM
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On Tuesday, August 28, 2012 4:01:42 PM UTC-4, quasi wrote:
> Pubkeybreaker wrote:
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> >Mike Terry wrote:
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> >>Pubkeybreaker wrote:
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> >>>>david wrote:
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> >>>>
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> >>>>Consider the following expression for the given conditions.
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> >>>>
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> >>>>R = [(sinwD)^2/w + (coswD)^2/w] (1)
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> >>>>
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> >>>>w is an integer 5 < w < 41 and R is real > 0
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> >>>>and 0 < D < pi/2
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> >>>>
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> >>>>Assertion: 0 < R < 1
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> >>>>
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> >>>>Any comment about the correctness of the assertion will be
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> >>>>appreciated.
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> >>>>
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> >>>>A numerical example will be very helpful.
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> >>>>
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> >>>>What happens when w is very very large compared to 41?
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> >>>
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> >>>Idiot. Don't you ever bother to check these ridiculous
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> >>>questions yourself. Your assertion is trivially false.
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> >>
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> >>The assertion is correct - in fact 1/41 < R < 1/5.
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> >>
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> >>If w becomes very large, then R = 1/w becomes very small.
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> >
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> >I assumed that coswd^2/w meant [cos(wD)]^(2/w) and not
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> >cos^2(wD)/w
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>
>
> And what Pubkeybreaker assumed is almost certainly what
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> the OP intended.
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>
>
> Context: For many years, the OP has been trying for an
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> elementary proof of FLT, using nothing more than his
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> fragmentary knowledge of
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>
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> * high school level algebra and trigonometry
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>
>
> * the simplest results of elementary number theory
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>
>
> The OP's queries and assertions are typically flawed from
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> the outset based on
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>
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> * Carelessly incorrect and/or ambiguous notation.
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>
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> * Unspecified (but needed) restrictions.
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>
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> * Meaningless over-restrictions having no bearing
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> on the truth or falsity of the assertion, thus
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> distracting from the essence of the issue.
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>
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> * An excess of free variables, allowing his claims to be
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> easily defeated.
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>
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> * Perpetual repetition of the same errors made in
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> previous queries and assertions, showing no attempt on
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> the part of the OP to understand the various pointers
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> and corrections received in prior replies.
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>
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> * Feigned humbleness and politeness hiding an ego which
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> allows the OP believe that he can crack FLT just by
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> fooling around with high school level algebraic
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> relationships, ignoring past recommendations that he
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> temporarily put his obsessive quest for FLT on hold,
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> and invest time in self-study of Elementary Number
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> Theory and Abstract Algebra, with an emphasis on the
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> developing the ability to read and write correct proofs.
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>
>
> So while in my opinion Pubkeybreaker is often too harsh, in
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> this case he's right on target -- the OP is an idiot.
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>
>
> quasi





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