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The second mistake of Math...Sin X is always represented with a straight line segment
The second mistake of Math Sin X is always represented with a straight line segmentX is always represented with a section of a round lineWiki asks about the ratio X\sinX when the length of the round segment X is close to zeroThis question has two possible answers, 1 and 1.007If X is a tiny segment of a huge circle the answer is 1If X is a tiny segment of a very tiny circle, the answer is 1.007Wiki does not offer the answer of 1.007, for lack of knowledge of the changing piPi of a very tiny circle = 3.164, and pi of a huge circle 3.14163.164 \ 3.1416 = 1.007
'll try to explain the idea.We are dealing with a tiny arc of a circle, and in a string of arc.If the circle is huge, the arc / string ratio will approach 1 (the line of the arc is almost straight)If the circle is tiny, the arc / string ratio will be close to 1.007 (the line of the arc is very crooked)There is no mathematical calculation for the problem of the arc and the string.This problem is resolved after the discovery of pi variation between 3.1416 and 3.164 Mathematics can not handle circles, nor is it capable of the problem of the arc and string.
2: Mathematics thinks that pi is a fixed number, which will appear in all circles, tiny and huge.
3: Mathematics offers only a single answer to the ratio x\sinx
Sin X is always represented with a straight line segment
every revolutionary idea sounds strange at first
We discuss the simplest issue of linesThere are straight open lines, and there are closed round lines.A 32 mm straight line is similar to a straight line of 800 mmA 32 mm round closed line, is not similar to a closed 800 mm round lineClosed round line 32 mm long, is bent a lotClosed round line 800 mm long, is slightly bent.The mathematical expression - of the level of bending - is a ratio numberThe ratio number of 32 mm is, for example, 3.1416001The ratio number of 800 mm is for example 3.1416194That's the whole story
I expect a scientific institution to decide to test my idea and conduct the experiment described here.This is the only way to change the misconception of 2000 years.Until then ... there is no point in talking much.The last word in science, provides the actual experiment.
We are dealing with a tiny arc of a circle, and in a string of arc.If the circle is huge, the arc / string ratio will approach 1 (the line of the arc is almost straight)
Variable number to pi, it is dramatic and intriguing.
I suggest you wait patiently, the historical experiment will come.
A small square is perfectly similar to a large square.