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- Mon Mar 09, 2009 3:04 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Does sin(ix) exist?
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### Re: Does sin(ix) exist?

Well in ten minutes I could figure out the radius , diameter and the circumference of any sphere in a minute by any number as long as it is in the frame at 19. PLUS I can tell the size of the for instance 56th proportionate sphere proportionate progression of a 1cms diameter sphere to start with . Y...

- Sun Mar 08, 2009 10:16 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Does sin(ix) exist?
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### Re: Does sin(ix) exist?

An OPEN GIFT TO QUINTOPIA AND FRIENDS Briefly, now that "inverse mathematics" is reality, no one can stop it!. I will spend the next year may be taking a crash course on your language of mathematics or hire an interpretator . Talking about your angles sine and cosign, here is some deserved...

- Sun Mar 08, 2009 2:39 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: dexa- rotation of mathematical proportion/equations
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### Re: dexa- rotation of mathematical proportion/equations

This is the Final unified equation of mathematics , with great help from this forum and the fellow who asked1=1- UNIFIED EQUATION Infinity absolute 1, by absolute proportion: = [ (+1+) = or > (-1-)] K---where k is the fixed constant inverse 19 vector at fixed inverse point zero. Linear+ is either fi...

- Sat Mar 07, 2009 12:16 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: dexa- rotation of mathematical proportion/equations
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### dexa- rotation of mathematical proportion/equations

I would like help from mathematicians in ths forum that we know each other, for linear mathematical resolution/proof that (-1-) is more absolute(nearer absolute Zero) than(+1+). If that can be proven, simply, it follows most clearly from this( because of the fact that there is mathemtically only pos...

- Thu Mar 05, 2009 1:15 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Gauss v Euler
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### Re: Gauss v Euler

Look this is Cameronv, it is not about who is great, but it is about understanding the whole realm of mathematics as 1 . Yesterday one of you greats unravelled the final mystery of mathematics in the forum(1=-1) for me I observed, understand this please The "undiffracted" value of linear i...

- Wed Mar 04, 2009 5:50 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: Is our mathematics system flawed?
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### Re: Is our mathematics system flawed?

VERY briefly Why dont you mathematicians understand that mathematics is not just linear symmetry, it is also proportion[5 dimensional, i.e linear and inverse], Mathematics is absolutly correct if it is aligned to these both linear and inverse mathematics are 1 . At my reasearch center for inverse ma...

- Wed Mar 04, 2009 1:59 pm UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: What is wrong with this? 1=-1?
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### Re: What is wrong with this? 1=-1?

Some one asked! IF the MODERATOR permits I can post the equation for determination of K max, and K min propertionate constant for all mathematical constants, in inverse mathematics which really should be integrated with your mathematics Here is the sequence for absolute E , where T time , Speed and ...

- Wed Mar 04, 2009 4:23 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: What is wrong with this? 1=-1?
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### Re: What is wrong with this? 1=-1?

Actually this Brilliant Fellow has just helped prove the fallacy of Einsteins theorem by his mathematics and by inverse mathematics, might as well say it , cant just wound your king Einstein. Einstein was using an inverse constant[curved] with a value of-1 and C2 thus is a +1 value (derived value of...

- Wed Mar 04, 2009 3:21 am UTC
- Forum: Mathematics
- Topic: What is wrong with this? 1=-1?
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### Re: What is wrong with this? 1=-1?

Nothing is wrong with it by Inverse mathematics, infinity sequence has the differential of Absolute 1 as 1+ , -1, +1, representing the absolute proprtion of infinity. the three differentials represent two exverse+ dimensions and 1 inverse- dimension ==I absolute which has no plus or minus signs appe...