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Greetings ... in the Mercury-day of Balance ... So Above, So Below ...
And ... to-morrow will be Jupiter-day ... but we do not have ... Neptune-day ...
... Yester-day was Mars-day, today Mercury and tomorrow Jupiter ... but we do not have ... Neptune day ... Why not instead of Mercury each 4th day of the Moon-th (Month)? ...
Alexis Bouvard (1767–1843), French astronomer.
And ... also Niels Abel count ... "Time" ... like your fellow Friend Giovanni (Jean) ... or Alexis Bouvard.
In fact, Abel loved to write dates like Cubic roots ...
By example ...
What Cubic root we must write for to-day? ... The first digit is 8 ...
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Abel travel to Paris ... was unsuccessful ... at least in appearance ... because he submit a Paper to ... the French Academy of Sciences and was lost ... Then Augustin-Louis Cauchy recover it ...
In Paris ... Abel wrote a Paper on the theory of integrals of algebraic functions ... and What are these ... "Integrals"? ...
I want to gift you one of my Papers ... in the sense ... they were submitted to the "University of Studies of Bologna" in Italy.
In the days when I stop there ... I submit three documents:
- Tesina 1: Una formula per la derivata n-esima del quoziente
- Tesina 2: Osservazioni sul Moto Iperbolico (This document engine the coming book ... @WhyEinsteinTheoryisWrong)
- Degree Thesis on Functional Analysis related to Quantum Theory. (Bla Bla Bla ...)
I, Giovanni consider ... interesting to Study Abel Math ... from my ... "simple Solution of an Exercise" from ...
The "Centenary" Edition of G. H. Hardy ... Ramanujan Friend ... and they were "Parallel Souls" too is the same Edition in a previous Print: Tenth Edition.
Abel prove a similar result ... related to the Binomial ... as follows:
... therefore ... the Hardy's problem related to the Coefficients of the Rational Function ... (and the relative Integral) ...
Therefore from Binomial to ... Applications to have Integrals solved ... also by Computer thanks to the Formula ... to the Complex calcul de résidus.
One of the Best Books on "Complex Analysis" was written by a Finnish Mathematician Lars Ahlfors ...
... and from Abel to Ahlfors ... we Finish.
MercyGiovanni A. Orlando. |