I have a question, at this looks like the most likely place to get an answer. My son wrote an equation on his wall when he was 8 yrs old. He has a learning disability, and could not know this kind of math... Dr. Claude Swanson is working on it right now, but I was hoping someone else could help me dicipher it too. Something to do with Bessel functions? I do not knw what that means.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have been told the first line is simple, but I do not understand this type of math

(a + bi) * ( a- bi) = a^2 + b^2

then there is a lot of stuff that I really do not understand...

Hnm = J* Sn Sm = Psi = A [Jm (kr)+rhom (k) Ym (kr)]

does this make sense to anyone??????? Any help would be appreciated.

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# Mystery equation written by an 8yr old

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