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Jaydens Therom By Ashes Mi
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New Math with No Straight Lines. Solving for Pi as well as Prime Numbers.
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Numerus Computatio Balisticum By Jason Earls
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Jason Earls is a writer, guitarist, and computational number theorist who specializes in finding concrete primes and writing poignant, technologically-advanced, hipster prose. He is the author of... More > Guitar Patterns, Licks, and More, Mathematical Bliss, That Man is a Sinner, Computing with Fermat, Primitive Knife Manual (with Scene Williams), Underground Guitar Handbook, How to Become a Guitar Player from Hell, Red Zen, Cocoon of Terror (Afterbirth Books), Heartless Bastard In Ecstasy, Splendor and Squalor of Numbers, Computation and Iteration,... all available on Amazon.com and other online book stores. His fiction and mathematical work have been published in Death Head Grin, Red Scream, M-Brane SF, Yankee Pot Roast, MathWorld.com, Scientia Magna, three of Clifford Pickover’s books, Neometropolis, AlienSkin, Recreational and Educational Computing, Escaping Elsewhere, Thirteen, Prime Curios, the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, and other publications.< Less
Divisor Drips and Square Root Waves By Jeffrey Ventrella
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A pattern-finding journey through a shimmering universe of large composite numbers, this book starts with a simple graph of divisors and expands it into a vast visual sea of interlocking patterns.... More > Why do mathematicians keep asking if there is any meaning to the sequence of prime numbers? Just think of the primes as the negative spaces behind overlapping composite patterns. The chaotic sequence of primes that pass through the Sieve of Eratosthenes is far less interesting than the Sieve itself! Did you know that the numbers in the range of nine quintillion have a hidden pattern (nested parabolas, reflection rays, swirling proto-galaxies)? These images could not have been seen before the computer allowed us to peer into the dense fabric of numbers. This book will inspire math educators, visual thinkers, and pattern lovers.< Less
Divisor Drips and Square Root Waves By Jeffrey Ventrella
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A pattern-finding journey through a shimmering universe of large composite numbers, this book starts with a simple graph of divisors and expands it into a vast visual sea of interlocking patterns.... More > Why do mathematicians keep asking if there is any meaning to the sequence of prime numbers? Just think of the primes as the negative spaces behind overlapping composite patterns. The chaotic sequence of primes that pass through the Sieve of Eratosthenes is far less interesting than the Sieve itself! Did you know that the numbers in the range of nine quintillion have a hidden pattern (nested parabolas, reflection rays, swirling proto-galaxies)? These images could not have been seen before the computer allowed us to peer into the dense fabric of numbers. This book will inspire math educators, visual thinkers, and pattern lovers.< Less
Ultimate Mathematics By Fazely Ali
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The chief aim of all investigations of the external world should be to discover the rational order and harmony which has been imposed on it by God and which He has revealed to us in the language of... More > mathematics. - Johannes Kepler (1571-1630)< Less
Goldbach's Conjecture is true By WARDELL LINDSAY
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"A deceptively simple theorem, known as the Goldbach conjecture, states that every even number is the sum of two primes. Rather simple. isn't it? Yet, in spite of the great effort expended on... More > thie theorem since its introduction in 1742, no one has been able to prove the statement conclusively." Wiliam C. Vergara in MATHEMATICS IN EVERYDAY THINGS,1959. The Conjecture is True. Goldbach's Primes are the real prime conjugate roots of the Quadratic Equation.< Less
Math Freak By Jason Earls
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Contents: Preface, Bar-Hopping and Palindromic Divisors (fiction), Variations of Brocard's Conjecture, Pell's Equation and Jesus's Number, Note On Reversible Prime Numbers (Base-10), 379009*n and... More > Digital Sums, Mersenne's Mistake (fiction), On Brocard's Factorial Square Problem, Computations on the Reverse-and-Add 196-Problem, Brilliant Harshad Numbers are Finite, Computations on a Certain Sequence of Primes (with a Rant), Stumbling Onto an Elliptic Curve, On the Sigma(Phi(n)) Function and Some Related Sequences, Excerpts from "I Sin Every Number" (fiction), Weird Brilliant Number Sequences, Prime = 10^14508 - 10^14490-1 , Building a Machine to Find Arithmetic Progressions of Primes (fiction), About the Author.< Less

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