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Topic: UNIVERSAL PI EQUATION, FOR MATHEMATICAL PI
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UNIVERSAL PI EQUATION, FOR MATHEMATICAL PI
Posted: Feb 11, 2013 4:40 PM
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N+N+(N-N/15.125) / (N-N/15.125) = PI (3.141592035) Copy righted to a Math research journal for ever!.


"This is part of an ongoing publication into a new mathematics, including the Universal Unified Theorem, and the distribution of Prime numbers spirals . I am not interested in Current Mathematics outmoded theories, and thier grandiose Big prime numbers from a university of Missouri and transcendendal Pi value. Its Comical"

N+N+(N-N/15) / (N-N/15)= 22/7 , universal for any N

Vinoo Cameron MD



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