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July 12th, 2017, 01:31 PM   #21
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Ashemi's post got me interested into looking into this Min Max thing again. I looked up "Recurrence relation" in the Oxford Maths Dictionary today and it says Recurrence Relation is similar to Partial Differential Equations.

Eigenvalue functions are said to be linked to the Riemann Hypothesis. Eigenvalue functions are important in Schrodinger Equation and this involves Partial Differential Equations.

Allot of Partial Differential Equations are involved in Quantum Physics.

I just thought this was interesting.

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July 18th, 2017, 08:36 AM   #22
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After watching the video of the person who says they have solved Prime EDIT(ashesmi) it inspired me to make my work in two sums also.

-P (n) + (n*(P / n = d rounded down) + n) = a rounded down (first positive on row)

EXAMPLE -3 (2) + (2*(3/2)+2) = 1

n + n squared = (b + (a - n)) - (a-1) * n = C (last positive on row)

EXAMPLE 2 + 4 = (6 + (1 - 2)) - (1-1) * 2 = 5

Quote from Wave function definition "The physical significance of the wave function is that the square of the absolute value, at a point is proportional to the probability of finding the particle in a small element of volume, at that point."

I really don't know what else to say on the matter, I think this is proof of the Eigenvalue thing, I don't think I would have found this if it weren't for the break through though. Oh well, all is made on the shoulders of giants as they say.

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