bassam king karzeddin

2006-01-28 15:36:59 UTC

Dear Mathematicians

I would like to state the following theorem, hopping this would be INTERESTING, as, I might show you later.

If Alpha and Beta are two angles in the same triangle and (n) is positive integer,(m) is integer >= 0,such that:

n*Alpha = Beta Mod (PI) OR:

n*Alpha - m*(PI) = Beta

Where, Angle (PI) = 180 degree OR:

(PI) = 3.14159265...

Then, the sides of (Alpha-Beta) Triangle are of the ratio:

1 :: f(x) :: g(x)

Where, f (x) and g (x) are two polynomial equations of degrees (n) and (n-1) successively in real variable (x).

And f (x) is defined as the following:

f (x) = Sum {from i=0,to, i=[n/2]}

(-1)^i*(n-i)! *x^(n-2*i)/{(n-2*i)! *i!}

Where,

! denotes the factorial of a number,and,

[..] denotes the least integer

g (x) is a polynomial of the same kind of f (x), but, with (n-1) degree.

Reference Link, at this Site:

http://www.blogit.com/Blogs/Blog.aspx/karzeddin/

I wonder if I came to torture you with my mathematics.

I wonder if we have to write mathematics in a traditional manner.

I wonder too, if we have the right to hide facts (once realized) for any reason.

Thanking You All for your patience.

Best Regards

Bassam King Karzeddin

Al Hussein Bin Talal University

JORDAN

I would like to state the following theorem, hopping this would be INTERESTING, as, I might show you later.

If Alpha and Beta are two angles in the same triangle and (n) is positive integer,(m) is integer >= 0,such that:

n*Alpha = Beta Mod (PI) OR:

n*Alpha - m*(PI) = Beta

Where, Angle (PI) = 180 degree OR:

(PI) = 3.14159265...

Then, the sides of (Alpha-Beta) Triangle are of the ratio:

1 :: f(x) :: g(x)

Where, f (x) and g (x) are two polynomial equations of degrees (n) and (n-1) successively in real variable (x).

And f (x) is defined as the following:

f (x) = Sum {from i=0,to, i=[n/2]}

(-1)^i*(n-i)! *x^(n-2*i)/{(n-2*i)! *i!}

Where,

! denotes the factorial of a number,and,

[..] denotes the least integer

g (x) is a polynomial of the same kind of f (x), but, with (n-1) degree.

Reference Link, at this Site:

http://www.blogit.com/Blogs/Blog.aspx/karzeddin/

I wonder if I came to torture you with my mathematics.

I wonder if we have to write mathematics in a traditional manner.

I wonder too, if we have the right to hide facts (once realized) for any reason.

Thanking You All for your patience.

Best Regards

Bassam King Karzeddin

Al Hussein Bin Talal University

JORDAN