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February 2nd, 2018, 05:30 PM   #1
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My discovery in the Elementary math

The elementary mathematics has very importance in the future of our students, because it puts the beginning of the educational way for them. The problem is that some students study some subjects and then ask about their importance, some of them lack the spirit of innovation and creativity. They must have models that support solutions to these problems. My project presented is a scientific subject that solves these problems by deducing a new formula from the fabric of elementary mathematics topics such as linear proportionality, addition trigonometric identities.
The project: It took 10 years of effort to introduce this subject, which in the end gives the following objectives:
1 - A model for teaching students a logical thinking method.
2 - A model that proves the importance of school subjects and how to use them.
3 - And the most important one that is a new formula, which is the simplest possible definition for any angle in the right triangle as a polynomial of the sides.

I started working on the topic from the age of 16, and my goal was to give a simple relationship as a definition for any angle in the right triangle as a polynomial of the sides. When the years ended, I discovered a new relationship in this research http://www.experimentjournal.com/exp...02310-2312.pdf And then offered the matter to many scientists all over the world through the mathematical sites, and took years to verify that it was original and verified it. But much contrary to the style of writing and much contrary to the journal or publisher, especially as it is unknown, but I was a student during the writing of this research and did not find any one to help me In Egypt, it faced a lot of ridicule. The most important reversal is the fractional power in the final formula, but in the proof we mentioned that we can substitute this fraction with the nearest integer (2), and here is a result of the results of my work which prove its preference than other methods (See the attached file) Hence the objectives of the project come from the conclusion method (from the texture of elementary mathematics), and simplicity of my formula.
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Elementary math ??
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February 3rd, 2018, 10:51 AM   #3
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... my goal was to give a simple relationship as a definition for any angle in the right triangle as a polynomial of the sides.
This actually reminds me of rational trigonometry. This is a system of doing trigonometry using only rational numbers. It's been developed by Norman Wildberger, who in general is a known math crank. However this particular idea of his is not cranky, just obscure. It's perhaps useful as a teaching device.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rational_trigonometry
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February 3rd, 2018, 12:12 PM   #4
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This actually reminds me of rational trigonometry. This is a system of doing trigonometry using only rational numbers. It's been developed by Norman Wildberger, who in general is a known math crank. However this particular idea of his is not cranky, just obscure. It's perhaps useful as a teaching device.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rational_trigonometry
As you say, the article you link to is by a crank who starts off redefining the word linear.


Amro, your stuff looks as though it has some interest in applied maths In applied maths, Surveyors and civil engineers use arclength extensively, not least in what is called 'through chainage'.

Unfortunately the link you gave didn't work for me and the attachment is too small to read comfortably.

Can you post a large version of the image please?

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As you say, the article you link to is by a crank who starts off redefining the word linear.
No I did not say that. Nor did I see any redefinition of linear in the Wiki article.

Wildberger has many cranky ideas, but rational trigonometry is not regarded as one of them. His math is correct. The controversy is over whether it's useful.

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February 3rd, 2018, 01:13 PM   #6
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This is my research http://https://www.quora.com/profile...Trigonometry-1
This is the my result http://https://www.quora.com/profile...ry-in-Geometry
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No I did not say that. Nor did I see any redefinition of linear in the Wiki article.

Wildberger has many cranky ideas, but rational trigonometry is not regarded as one of them. His math is correct. The controversy is over whether it's useful.
Just because you didn't see it, doesn't mean it is not there.

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