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n:n+1 which can also be n-1:n whose reciprocals would be n:n-1 and n+1:n, are equations & or formulas which involve consecutive number ratios. The rule of n in these equations is the same as x in formal algebra but it uses a different letter which changes the outcome in concern to convergences. This is because […]Read More “Formulas Like n:n+1 (consecutive number ratios) & Machine Learning”