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Topic: THE NEW "R FUNCTION" IN MATHEMATICS (Discovery of Vinoo Cameron, in a
paper on the correct Mathematical Pi)

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THE NEW "R FUNCTION" IN MATHEMATICS (Discovery of Vinoo Cameron, in a
paper on the correct Mathematical Pi)

Posted: Nov 4, 2013 2:10 PM
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This is related to the proof of the correct Mathematical Pi Value 3.14159292035( R function of 113). Current mathematics has no clue , but for correct mathematics understanding this function is essential, because of the functional decay in accuracy. Most of your universities and professors have not a clue how to calculate this, they could not. Now lets see the spins on this.

What is the R function of 3.33333333333, or 3.142857142857. Current mathematics is unravelling, where is your formula professors?, the end of your magificant Pi is tommorow when the final paper is published by a journal of pure mathematics.

Just to enumerate the R function of 3.15=20 ( Values are unique till 2i values and then progress at gaps of 20)

3.5*1=3.15
3.15*2=6.3
3.15*3=9.45
3.15*4=12.6
3.15*5=15.75
3.15*6=18.9
3.15*7=22.05
3.15*8=25.2
3.15*9=28.35
3.15*10=31.5
3.15*11=34.65
3.15*12=37.8
3.15*13=40.95
3.15*14=44.1
3.15*15=47.25
3.15*16=50.4
3.15*17=53.55
3.15*18=56.7
3.15*19=59.85
3.15*20=63-.................( valuation at -1= 63/21=3)
3.15*21=66.15
3.15*22=69.3


3.15*40=126

V Cameron , by the Grace of Jesus Christ and the Inspiration of the Virgin Mary
Your mathematics can make much protestations , but they never knew the formula for this function and I have proved the correct value of the PI by this formulation in the paper. Now what ,



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