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Topic: THE VALUE OF -1 VEDIC ZERO MATHEMATICAL QUESTION ( UNIFIED THEOREM PUBLISHED)
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THE VALUE OF -1 VEDIC ZERO MATHEMATICAL QUESTION ( UNIFIED THEOREM PUBLISHED)
Posted: Mar 25, 2013 1:04 PM
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International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 2 (2) (2013) 220-251
©Science Publishing Corporation
www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/IJAMR
The UNIFIED THEOREM of mathematics at -1(Vedic zero)
(The prime division of the non- variable empty space, numbers theorem, mathematical ?)
Vinoo Cameron
Hope research, Athens, Wisconsin, USA
E-mail: Hope9XXX@frontier.com

MATHEMATICAL QUESTION FOR THE RESEARCHERS.

A: BASE VALUE for 1/X-1/Y=1/360 is (1/36)-(1/40)=1/360

(36+40)/(40-36)=19

B. What is the END VALUE at - 1 for 1/X-1/Y=1/360, All you pure mathematician , what is it?.

The correct answer will be published as a Paper at the INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS RESEARCH



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