Number Theory

   

The Yeet Theorem

Authors: Yellocord soc.

Abstract. We provide a surprisingly elementary proof confirming the Yeet Conjecture [Kim14, Yel18], which states that 5^n = n5 for any positive integer n. Moreover, we resolve the ab-Yeet paradox, namely the observation that the quantum state of 5^ab can collapse to either of the values ab or 1. (It has been observed [Lee18] that 5^ab collapses to 1 with probability greater than e for some e > 0.)

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