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Topic: THE VALUE OF -1 VEDIC ZERO MATHEMATICAL QUESTION ( UNIFIED THEOREM PUBLISHED)
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 Inverse 18 Mathematics Posts: 175 Registered: 7/23/10
Re: THE VALUE OF -1 VEDIC ZERO MATHEMATICAL QUESTION ( UNIFIED
THEOREM PUBLISHED)

Posted: Mar 26, 2013 7:49 AM

On March 25, 2013, red...@siu.edu wrote:
> On Monday, March 25, 2013 12:04:33 PM UTC-5, hope...@frontier.com wrote:
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> > International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research, 2 (2) (2013) 220-251
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> > www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/IJAMR
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> > The UNIFIED THEOREM of mathematics at -1(Vedic zero)
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> > (The prime division of the non- variable empty space, numbers theorem, mathematical ?)
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> > Vinoo Cameron
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> > Hope research, Athens, Wisconsin, USA
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> > E-mail: Hope9XXX@frontier.com
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> > MATHEMATICAL QUESTION FOR THE RESEARCHERS.
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> > A: BASE VALUE for 1/X-1/Y=1/360 is (1/36)-(1/40)=1/360
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> > (36+40)/(40-36)=19
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> > B. What is the END VALUE at - 1 for 1/X-1/Y=1/360, All you pure mathematician , what is it?.
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> > The correct answer will be published as a Paper at the INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS RESEARCH
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> More generally, we have
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> (1/ma) - (1/(m+1)a) = 1/(m(m+1)a)
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> which implies
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> ((m+1)a + ma)/((m+1)a - ma) = 2m + 1.
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> Take m = 9 and a = 4 and you get your result.
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> Take m = 14 and a = 5, say, and you get
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> 1/70 - 1/75 = 1/1050
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> (75 + 70)/(75 - 70) = 29.
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> So the point is?
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> Don

You're lucky. These Inverse 19 guys usually don't reply to anyone. You show them a valid result and they say that "you are not correct". But they use this result anyway.

Ignore them. There is nothing to do with them. They are so convinced that mathematics is wrong that they will never admit they could make a mistake.

Date Subject Author
3/25/13 HOPEINCHRIST
3/25/13 HOPEINCHRIST
3/25/13 Don Redmond
3/26/13 Inverse 18 Mathematics
3/26/13 gus gassmann
3/25/13 HOPEINCHRIST
3/25/13 HOPEINCHRIST
3/28/13 HOPEINCHRIST
3/28/13 HOPEINCHRIST
3/28/13 HOPEINCHRIST
3/28/13 Don Redmond