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Summary:
 Inquiry regarding an arithmetic expression which simultaneously equals '1' and Φ³ (4.23606797...).
Hello everyone,
I recently derived an arithmetic expression in the following form:
aπ² + bπ² ± cπ / dπ²
= 1, Φ³ (4.23606797...)
I have two question about this:
i. Does this equation/form resemble anything known in physics/math? (it looks like a psuedoquadratic to me, but unsure)
ii. Is there anything in the way of online tools, such as graphing or analysis applications, that will allow me to understand
what this is? The attached pic is a simple sine function on a graphing website but I am unsure as to the proper way to graph.
Please forgive my lacking knowledge in this subject, my focuses are elsewhere thus I would appreciate the patience to endure.
I recently derived an arithmetic expression in the following form:
aπ² + bπ² ± cπ / dπ²
= 1, Φ³ (4.23606797...)
I have two question about this:
i. Does this equation/form resemble anything known in physics/math? (it looks like a psuedoquadratic to me, but unsure)
ii. Is there anything in the way of online tools, such as graphing or analysis applications, that will allow me to understand
what this is? The attached pic is a simple sine function on a graphing website but I am unsure as to the proper way to graph.
Please forgive my lacking knowledge in this subject, my focuses are elsewhere thus I would appreciate the patience to endure.
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