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 Pseudoalgebra tommy1729 Ultimate Fellow Posts: 1,438 Threads: 349 Joined: Feb 2009 10/08/2016, 12:22 PM (This post was last modified: 10/08/2016, 12:27 PM by tommy1729.) @ means approximation. Lemma $Exp_a^[b] (x) @ Exp^[b] ( @ Ln(a) x)$ From there we get $Exp_q^{[1/2]}(x) Exp_s^{[1/2]}(x) @ Exp_d^{[1/2]}(x)$ Where d is $Exp(d) = @ Ln^{[1/2]}( Exp^{[1/2]}( Ln(q) x) Exp^{[1/2]} ( Ln(s) x) ) / x$ ( notice this can be rewritten with 1 semi-exp and 2 semi-logs too ) But this is not the full story ofcourse. We need proofs. Perhaps consider other ways to handle the issue. And a qualitative understanding of the formula for d such as d ~ (qs)^2 or the alike. I wonder if you would have done it differently ? Also a table would be nice. Still alot of work to do. Regards Tommy1729 The master « Next Oldest | Next Newest »

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