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18:11, 5 Sep 2004 (UTC)my background includes some knowledge about the following: Webb Institute, Wisconsin, bilinear transformation/IIR filters, post-tax investing, control systems engineering, number theory, and chess engines among other things.

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User_talk:Billymac00/Archive 1

User_talk:Billymac00/Archive 2 made Jul 2 2008

I now have a wiki page: [1]

11/07/2008 I just submitted an OEIS sequence related to the number of symmetrical prime pairs as a f{primorials} ...very interesting on my wiki page

Wikipedia's Expert Peer Review process (or lack of such) for Science related articles[edit]

Hi - I posted the section with the same name on my talk page. Could you take part in discussion ? Thanks ARP Apovolot (talk) 20:55, 25 October 2008 (UTC)

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>I am curious what code do you use to validate? Pari? Mathematica?


>as you know the form (r^2-s^2)=t! does have solutions (7,5,6)

Above "troika" (7,5,6) cited by you does not correspond to any value of "n" in my conjecture

   n! + n^2 = m^2 

If you suggest that n=3 then 3! + 3^2 = 6 + 9 = 15 If you suggest that n=4 then 4! + 4^2 = 24 + 16 = 40

So what "n" did you have in mind ? ;-)

>see this link, speaks directly to your 1st posed question >(3e)" ...Prove that n! cannot be written as the difference of two >integer squares if >and only if n = 2 or n = 3 ..."

No - it doesn't speak directly ... They are different ... Barbeau's

n! + l^2 = m^2

is not requiring the left side (each of two members) to be the function of the same "n" but my conjecture n! + n^2 = m^2 does ...

Barbeau's therefore has two solutions (for n = 2 or n = 3)

while my conjecture has the only ONE trivial solution

n = 0, m = 1

0! + 0^2 = 1

Alexander R. Povolotsky My alternative email is Apovolot (talk) 02:46, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

Bernoulli Numbers&Twin Primes[edit]

I submitted A156053 which shows the proximity of the Bernoulli Number denominators encountering Twin Primes (adjacent to). Here is the related Wikicommons image: [2]. Note Y is log scale, 202 pairs encountered in 1st 15000 BNs.

OEIS A129912[edit]

Ok, image posted at: [3]. I personally think it shows the beautiful structure of the primes. A second image [4] illustrates a prelim relationship with the Twin Primes, though the dataset is limited.

A117825, A005846[edit]

Images for these are now here: A117825 [5]. A005846 [6] The former relates to Highly Composite Numbers and the offset to the nearest prime. The latter is the classic n^2+n+41 using the prime numbers for n ...

List of Wolfram Alpha functions[edit]

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message on commons[edit]

Hi there. I have posted you a message here! Amada44  talk to me 10:57, 11 December 2010 (UTC)

The Minor Barnstar[edit]

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I hereby award you the Minor Barnstar for all of your excellence in cleaning up typoes, addressing other grammar issues, and using descriptive edit summaries. Your efforts are appreciated! Wear it with pride! Royalbroil 02:45, 14 April 2011 (UTC)

Glossary of computer chess terms[edit]

Thanks for those suggested additions at Talk:Glossary of computer chess terms. So far I'm the only one who has edited that page, so if you have the time and inclination to add any items yourself that would be great. Otherwise it's good to have recorded ways that the page can be improved. Quale (talk) 07:33, 27 January 2013 (UTC)

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