Number Theory


The Art of Inspired Guessing

Authors: Simon Plouffe

A presentation of various formulas is given. Many of these findings have no explanation whatsoever. One is related to the mass ratio of the neutron and proton: 1.00137841917. Other expression are given to the mass ratio of the neutron and the electron. They were found using a variety of methods using either a HP‐15C calculator in 1988 to the current database of constants of the author which consist of 13.155 billion entries.

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