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April 2nd, 2015, 02:33 AM   #21
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use of d(n) in finding nth term of Prime Numbers.

If prime number is known then its nth term could be precisely calculated by the formula
n=zd(p-1) where z∈{1,2,3,..}
In fact d^2 (p+1),d(p+1),d^2 (p-1) could be used in the above formula.
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April 2nd, 2015, 02:34 AM   #22
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Random Zeta Function

It is defined as
∇(e)=∑_(n=1)^∞▒n^(-e) here e is known as random sequence,here we can only deal with e behaves like
1. when e behaves like 1,2,2,3,3,4,4… then ∇(e)≈ln⁡(4)
2. when e behaves like prime sequence that is 1,2,3,5,7… (although 1 is not consider as a prime but here it is consider as a prime). Then ∇(e)≈0.41π.
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April 2nd, 2015, 02:35 AM   #23
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use of Random Zeta Function

1. it has use in determining how prime number and randomness are connected in theory of god.
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Atomic structure and Prime Numbers

Well, there is a connection between charges of atomic particles and prime numbers.
In prime numbers
N=1 2 3 4 5
P(n)=2 3 5 7 11 13
D=1 2 2 4
Writing d in set form we get , it becomes 1,2,4,6
Now if see the first 3 values of n and that of p(n) it is Fibonacci pattern, and applying the rule f_(x+1)^2-f_x*f_(x+2) for 3 numbers we get
2^2-1*3=+1
3^2-2*5=-1
2^2-1*4=0
+1,-1,0 are the charge of proton, electron and neutron.
In atomic structure there is uncertainty principle
It is ∆x*∆p≥h/4π this uncertainity principle say that coordinates of electron can’t be determined exactly. also on the basis of this formula I say that there is no exact formula for finding the prime number.
I believe that we don’t need to determine the position of electron because it behaves on the basis of prime numbers.yes,prime numbers could be used to determine the position of electron precisely not accurately as I think
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April 2nd, 2015, 02:39 AM   #25
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Calculating Atomic Weight of Elements using Random Function

Using Geo function we could calculate the atomic weight of the element precisely by the relation
Atomic weight ≈G(A!)+J(A)
Where A is atomic number.
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April 2nd, 2015, 02:40 AM   #26
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Measuring Randomness of Prime Numbers

1. on the basis of J function and helium function randomness is define as
J(p)-h(p)
2,3,5,7,11 are having zero randomness.
Red line represent j-function and blue represent helium function.
2. on the basis of god function
n*p(n)-d(p(n)!)
Also 2,3 are the only prime having 0 randomness.
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Prime Numbers(theory of God): Numbers

To understand God , we first need to understand numbers.
Chapter 1 Numbers
1.1 types of numbers
1.Perfect prime number : Numbers of the form of y^i where y∈N-1 and i∈N-1 .they are
4,8,9,16,25,27,36,…
It is used in finding the oscillation of prime number.
2. Weird number: numbers having many kind of different relation with random function are weird numbers.ex:π,113,130,1729,Vedic numbers,etc
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Prime Numbers(theory of God): Vedic Numbers

Well , there are only 4 numbers which is written in the Vedas . they are 6,18,108,1008
You will be amazed to see that how it is related to random function.
Vedic Number(n) d(n) G(n) h(n)&J(n) i(n)
6 5 2 3 8
18 8 3 5 13
108 13 5 8 21
1008 21 7 13-1=12 P(13)-p(1)=39
Total=1140 31=f(9)-p(2) 5 J(1140)=15,h(1140)=13 93

You can see that d(n) form Fibonacci sequence and g(n) form prime pattern.
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Prime Numbers(theory of God): Meaning of Numbers

Meaning of number is very useful in knowing god and what is their meaning.
Meaning of numbers could be understood by our solar system and properties of elements and random number maximum , minimum value.
1. 2 and 3 are the only prime having zero randomness (on the basis of god function).also it is the only prime having difference 1.also there is lot of difference between Venus and Earth.
2. 4 is an lucky number because [-π]=4,also it is the only composite number ehich have d(n) equals to n.also you can see that how mars is in our solar system.
3. 5 ,Jupiter Largest planet of our solar system. So 5 stand for the greatest.
3. 6 is Vedic number
4. 7 , one of the world’s favorite number. Also 〖ln⁡(o)〗_max=7 and 2^5-5^2=7 and 2+5=7
5. 8 and 9 they together stand for the destructive number because if planet 8 and planet 9 collapses then our whole solar system could be destroyed.
6. 9 stands for the greatest and unknown because in periodic table 9 is fluorine which have the highest electronegativity.also p(9)=23
7. 13 one of the luckiest number also first number having randomness of 1
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Prime Numbers(theory of God): God Triplet(2,9,11)

It is very useful triplet of nature , also this triplet is useful in knowing how human kind is made from this triplet.
1. Equation of humans:
Let us make a polynomial with this number (x-2)(x-9)(x-11)=x^3-22x^2+139x-198
Now, 22=b_min^13 and b_max^13=108 also 108 is the ratio of (diameter of sun)/(diameter of earth)
So 22 correspond to the planet earth.
139=p(f(9)) as you know 9 stands for destruction and greatest and for destruction presence of artificial intelligence is necessary. prime and fifobnacci correspond to Vedic numbers.
So 139 stand for presence of artificial intelligence in humans.
198=p(46)-1 also 46 correspond to no. of chromosomes of human.
2. also 1+22+139+198=360 360 degrees correspond to one complete angle.
3. Radioactive disintegration takes place at A=83.
Also 83=p(p(9)) writing p(p()) as p^2 () then we get
83=p^2 (9)
You can see that how 2,9 have meaning.
4. if A=92 (9,2 are the digits) then in periodic table it correspond to uranium.
5. we know that π≈∛31 it could be written in the form of 2,9,11 as

π≈√(√(2&9)&p(11))
6. also d(19=19=p( also 19*91=1729 a weird number
7. 〖11〗^2+9=130 130 is a weird number
8. 9^2+11=92 also G(92!)=216 and d(92!)=2016
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