
Re: might one improve on Hurwitz' Theorem for Diophantine approximations to pi?
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Apr 7, 2013 10:15 AM


On Friday, April 5, 2013 3:17:29 AM UTC5, David Bernier wrote: > Hurwitz' Theorem on Diophantine approximations states that, if alpha is an irrational number in the reals R, then for infinitely many positive integers m,n with gcd(m, n) = 1, one has: alpha  m/n < 1/(sqrt(5)*n^2) . Cf.: < http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurwitz%27s_theorem_%28number_theory%29 > . Do number theorists contemplate as "somewhat possible" that for alpha=pi, one might be able to prove a bit more without a 10+ year effort by many, i.e. an improvement by epsilon without huge effort? The improvement would go like this: pi  m/n < C/n^2 for infinitely many coprime positive integers m, n for a stated C (e.g. "C = 1/sqrt(5)  1/10^100." ), with C < 1/sqrt(5) ... David Bernier  Jesus is an Anarchist.  J.R.
Sure you can David Bernier!! , if you first align the PI value to the absolute right angle and the square root of 2 , and to the pyathagorian theorem at 1:3, but then that results in no approximations but absolute values of numbers related to the half line value of the divergence of mathematics at 1:3. Some thing current mathematics is not able to understand. I am very shortly publishing a Conundrum of the 7 recently published papers in mathematical research soon.This will include a "continuous prime number sieve at 6".
The Pi value is an absolute value, proven by me to be aligned to the 90 degress( MathematicalPi= 3.14159292035). But for current mathematics to come down from its self imposed heights would be a task . JESUS CHRIST IS THE TRUTH, THE ONE THAT GAVE ME GRACE!!. CHRIST HONORS AALL GOOD RELIGIONS
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