General Mathematics


Relationship Between Napier Number e and pi Without I

Authors: Yuji Masuda

The length √x, that x is a prime number, can be set in a geometric pattern composed of circles with a diameter 1. And in many lines or curves through the center of circles of prime, some limited conditions, which is on the center of the circles of x=3 and 7(Fig.1), shows some graphs. Especially, graph of Gauss’ prime number theorem. which meets the limited condition, shows relationship between Napier number e and π without imaginary number i.

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[v1] 2019-05-13 11:31:13

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