Saturday, September 15, 2018

#PythaShastri growth blog post

Growth is an important point to ponder for humanity. Particularly for Indians as we are the second most populous country in the world and we are going to be the most populous in a few years.
Many of the points that I write below are not mathematical points but at the most pseudo-mathematical.
The growth in terms of e series is different and involves trigonometric functions and are not pure number theory. It is also alien to Indian mindset.
Ramanujan gave us growth series analysis in log terms. Ramanujan-Soldner constant and Ramanujan -Landau constant are factors which give meaning to the log series.
#PythaShastri has given growth analysis in terms of rational numbers, their growth and their growth in terms of squares and square roots too. My last two posts in this blog and also a blog post in Power of your company blog is about that.
The e series and log series are certainly not Indian patents. (I personally have a Russian mindset and do not like patents though).
Now I pose this question to Indians. Do you think growth is important as a theory? (Not practical growth. We are already experts here !!)
If you answer yes; Does a person in R & D got a role?
If you answer yes. Does such a person needs food for thought (training or posting) for growth?
Yes. But #PythaShastri is not the right person is one answer.
No. Food for thought is not required is another answer.
I like the first answer. I just hate the second answer. Food for thought is not required. Food itself is not required.
This is not the right forum. Keeping people waiting for the right forum. We are Salem in SAIL. We have a right to demand a forum I think.

Monday, September 10, 2018

#PythaShastri another approximate formula

#PythaShastri has discovered another approximate formula. I was very close to square roots of numbers and I tried to use my earlier method to square roots. The results are interesting and gives an approximate pattern and is accurate at higher numbers.
n - (((n+1)^0.5)((n-1)^0.5)) is approximately 1/(2n).

Thursday, September 6, 2018

#PythaShastri approximate formula

#PythaShastri approximate formula is
(n^2)/((n+1)^2) - ((n-1)^2)/(n^2) is approximately 2/((n+1)^2).
This is a thumb rule sort of equation. The higher the value of n, better is the approximation.
This gives a sense of growth of squares. The percentage growth of squares is approximately 2 by the current square.
This has practical thumb rule application in areas where squares of numbers are involved. Perhaps population, rumour growth, fear spreading calculations etc.