Sunday, March 11, 2018

#PythaShastri expression of pi?

What happens when you see someone extremely extroverted?
You feel you are good. But the extroverted is damn good.
You are n!. The extroverted is (n!)^n.
If you're a hard working type of individual, you begin to think your combination and hardwork due to conscience by his extrovertedness is same.
i.e. n! × (2^(n(n+1)/2))/((n!)^n)
or (2^(n(n+1)/2))/((n!)^(n-1)) is a function of pi.
In fact it's approximately 5pi by 2.
If we put n as 1.000066 then accuracy improves.
In (2^(n(n+1)/2))/((n!)^(n-1)) if we make a series of 1 in the fashion so as to result something like 1.000066 and so on; then we may get 5pi by 2 accurately.
Possibly that is the crux of Ramanujan-Sato series. One brilliant series over another brilliant series or explanation.
This finishes #PythaShastri endeavours in numbers.
I utilised the hard work done by Ramanujan sir and used his values in the expression above. Here is the screenshot.

1103 is multiplied by 2 and root 2. Then if divided by 99 twice gives 0.318. 1 by pi is 0.318.
( What's the secret? 1/2 can be expressed as a series of 1/3 and 1/9 and 1/27 and so on. The constant e is also a similar series. e series at Heegner numbers gives near about integer. These 3 above mentioned factors help us. Knowledge of early last century is applied)

Monday, November 8, 2010

Becoming extroverted

A normal middle-class Indian is introverted. Some of them may want to
become extroverted so that they become outgoing, smart and street smart.
They look at books, browse Net to find out ways on how to become an extrovert.
But they end up becoming dissappointed.
There may be books and materials available on the topic, but the problem is
they may be unsuitable to an Indian mindset.
A normal Indian has many queries in his mind. "Will I clear IAS exams?",
"Can my sketching improve?" or "Will I be rejected by Mr.A when I meet him?"
etc. etc.
Traditionally our saints and sages were perturbed by questions like
"Who am I?","What is the purpose of my life?" etc.
Over the ages we have inherited this questioning mindset. We always seem to have
questions and we spend time trying to discover their answers. This causes introversion.
The first step towards no introversion is therefore no self-queries.
I am looking forward to your responses and hope that together we shall be able to
make the seemingly impossible journey from introversion to extroversion.
Keep blogging.