Monthly Archives: October 2016

More on Sums With Fractional Exponents

I found these formulas by playing around. I don’t know how to prove them with math. By trial and error I played around and looked for patterns in numbers. I compared calculations with a spreadsheet. Then, when I found the … Continue reading

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Renewable Oil

Except for solar electric panels and petroleum-powered engines, man-made power is produced by heat-powered turbines. This means that wood fires could power turbines as well as wood stoves to produce either electricity or mechanical power. Unless someone can show me … Continue reading

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Sums of Root — update

Huh. is really just a special case of where the constant denominator d is 1.

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Undefined Sums

The very nature of sums requires that the sum be defined when x = 1, which it often is not. This should help.

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Sums of a Root

I like playing with math and numbers and have always liked the idea of summation formulas. This is what I played with yesterday. I started with I found it needed a constant modifier which resulted in The denominator is the … Continue reading

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