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.

1 comment:

  1. I think I have said it all. You need to get integers.
    Ramanujan was a genius. Remember 1729. It is not possible for puny mortals like me to get that sort of an expression.