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July 11th, 2016, 03:58 PM   #11
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Hello all i'm looking into prime number and quantum mechanics connections right now sommething called eivongor problems? I'm just trying tofind anything that may provide a pattern for these numbers which when divided by pronic makes a differential which when added to existing differentials makes a linear combination which then timsed by natural makes prime. All ideas are welcome.
I couldn't find anything when I Googled "eivongor" but how do pronic numbers relate to QM??

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Hello all i'm looking into prime number and quantum mechanics connections right now sommething called eivongor problems?
I suspect the words you are seeking are

Eigenvector and Eigenvalue.

This would make sense in regard to your earlier question about linear combinations.
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I suspect the words you are seeking are

Eigenvector and Eigenvalue.

This would make sense in regard to your earlier question about linear combinations.
Okay, that makes sense. (Psychic award of the day goes to studiot! ) But where would pronic numbers come in?

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Ha ha ha i didn't want to wake people up by getting my notes. But at the same time i didn't think of opening a new tab to search for eigenvalue name. That is the name, sorry for the confusion.

Pronic number equals natural number squared plus natural number. It might have something to do with inverse square law or finding position.

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The Fourier transform is a different representation that makes convolutions easy.
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