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August 10th, 2017, 05:14 AM   #11
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Mark Twain came up with the expression "Crank" I didn't know that, or at least I didn't know that the term was used so long ago for the same context.
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The most interesting idea I heard Complicated Modulus come up with, is that, in order to solve the A B C conjecture, the numbers being squared has geometric realism, so number area has an effect, and they can't intersect, or something.
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The most interesting idea I heard Complicated Modulus come up with, is that, in order to solve the A B C conjecture, the numbers being squared has geometric realism, so number area has an effect, and they can't intersect, or something.
All my work turn around to the connection between what in Number Th. is called "Integer" property and what as an Area (here on a cartesian plane) is called Tessellation Unit... but is OT now.

If you discuss of Integers, than you can tessellte, for example parabolas $y'=nX^{n-1}$ with Unitary Tessel.

For such areas (I show for some other it doesent work), if you prove going Rational Tessel (so a 1/K of the unit) you can't tessellate your unknown area, till $K\to\infty$ than you've a proof that such area is an irrational one.

Was a 10 years long study... and I'm just, alone, at the beginning, sure that if someone with more math skill will really put his mind on, will produce lot of interesting things in a few time.
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