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Registered: 11/26/07
Geometrical Figure has a Unique Constant Ratio
Posted: Nov 26, 2007 8:22 AM
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Dr. Dhananjay G. Ostawal,
85,Pawana Nagar Hsg. Soc.
Chinchvvadgaon, Pune411 033.
Maharashtra State, India.
Email : dr_ostawal_omega@yahoo.co.in

Respected Sir,

The subject of mathematics has prime importance in accuracy and
proofs. If the principles in vogue are proved inaccurate with the help
of new logical/mathematical proof, then this new theorem should be
accepted undoubted, and the only need for this is verification with
unbiased approach.

I have studied 'circle' & I have got many new important conclusions
from my study. All these conclusions challenge the limits of
principles in vogue. Each and every conclusion is sup¬ported with
individual proof & logical argument.

If we develop conclusions based on the accepted hypothetical
assumption which them¬selves are basically wrong, then the further
method developed with the help of this assumption also prove to be
wrong. That is why the conclusions which I have derived with some
specific methods, are incase basically wrong, then I will be very
obliged if the experts will show me how my conclusions are basically
wrong then there will be satisfactory answer to my questions & the
views of experts will prove to be supportive for the theorem in
accepted hypothetical assumption.

We can derive number of constants for the figure circle using various
methods. But the constant derived with some specific purpose &
specific method is the 'only useful constant' for its study & not the
other. By this method the constant which I have derived for the circle
is circumference/radius = ? ifs value in number is 2?. But my studies
are not about the value of constant, but the constant itself.

Circumference/Diameter = ? this constant is in use as 'standard basic
unit from ancient times, but I have explained & proved with the help
of' Omega System' & with the help of constants of various figures that
how it is not proper for the circle calculations.

By the trigonometric omega system 'Any two dissimilar geometrical
figures do not have same constants & each & every geometrical figure
has its one and only one useful constant' this is the very important
and widely applicable rule derived from 'Omega System'.

? is the only logical constant for the figure circle so, ? has got
importance hence it can be accepted as 'basic standard unit1 instead
of ?.

So I request the experts to thinks over my studies with open mind & I
request them to send their true & descriptive opin¬ions.


Sincerely,

Dr. D. G. Ostawal.



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