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Project Mathworld Summer School

Project Mathworld Summer School

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This is a project that applies the consequences of the 9th conjecture . The 9th conjecture and the study made in this project are the original work of Spanu Dumitru Viorel .
This is a project that applies the consequences of the 9th conjecture . The 9th conjecture and the study made in this project are the original work of Spanu Dumitru Viorel .

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Published by: Spanu Dumitru Viorel on Mar 12, 2013
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Author : Spanu Dumitru Viorel, ROMANIAE-mail :spanuviorel@yahoo.com 
 
 
Author : Spanu Dumitru Viorel
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 Let us verify , using the software Mathematica , if it appears any periodical sequence or periodical sequencesin the following cases :1.The natural logarithm over all natural powers of 2 , excepting 2
0
, are transcendental numbers .
 
Iff a = 2
n
and n 0than ln( a
 
) is a transcendental number .2.The natural logarithm , id est ln(a) , over all natural numbers ,excepting 0 and 1 , are transcendental numbers .Iff a N and a 0 , a 1than ln(a) is a transcendental number .3.Iff we modify a finite number of decimals ( that is a finite number of digits after the point ) of a transcendentalnumber , the nature of that number do not change , this means that the number obtained so is transcendental ,too . There are situations when we can modify a infinite number of decimals of a transcendental number , and thenumber obtained in this manner remains also transcendental : We multiply a rational number which is less than 1 ,and wich has a finite number of decimals , by ln2 .( The number obtained like that has an infinite number of decimals .)Examples :(1/2)(ln2) , (1/4)(ln2)We do mean by natural logarithmLog
e
(x) .

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