Friday, March 30, 2018

Very approximately integer expression

Consider the following expression. This expression is an approximate integer generator.

Monday, March 19, 2018

Trade Secret

Drawing face, hands and legs first. Then drawing clothes is a cherished secret. I am letting it out.

Friday, March 16, 2018

Going advanced

I discovered the following with my expression (n^n)/((n!)^(n-1)) expression.
The expression was reduced to n/(((n-1)!)^(n-1)).
I obtained 40.000 while using √3/√2 instead of 1.2 of heart beats. I do not know what it means. But seems to be advanced stuff in numbers.
√2 and i periodicity sorts I think.
If anybody can help me further, I shall be thankful.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Happy pi day

The conscience and extroverted thing was not giving accurate results. I have a feel that research and devices are needed for accuracy.
However, I have considered heart beats in conscience and extroverted pi formula of mine and 3.14 value is obtained.
Happy pi day. 3/14.

Monday, March 12, 2018

#PythaShastri has Ramanujan type formula now

Remember, the formula for pi in Becoming Extroverted blog.
The formula was (2^(n(n+1)/2))/((n!)^(n-1)). I had given the explanations too.
It is tough to work like sun. So to say. Without emotion, without concern for others and doing your own thing. However, if you do it you get a function for pi. The above is the formula.
2^(n(n-1)/2) can be represented as C^n/(An+B). If I put this to the above equation, I will get an expression similar to pi of Ramanujan. I shall be working on this.
This was the last frontier.
So, Ramanujan famous pi formula can be compared.
Namaskarams, Ramanujan Sir in heaven. You did our country proud.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Ramanujan and I

I know quadratic equations. But higher order? No. Ramanujan knew.
I know simple calculus. Higher calculus? No. Ramanujan knew.
I know simple geometry. But higher geometry? No. Ramanujan knew.
Ramanujan was highly self learnt and practised a lot. He was a genius too.
Ramanujan would come up with numbers and expressions all of a sudden. And valid expressions too. Not error prone. He was accurate.
At Cambridge university he was encouraged for proofs.
Why  did he believe in goddess of Namakkal and not one of the deities of Kumbakonam?
Possibly his mother was from Namakkal region. His father from Kumbakonam.
He worked on numbers.  And number theories.
And that's what Indians can do. And we'll do numbers and their theories better. That's the challenge.