Book 4a - Updated Table of Transcendental Numbers (Constants) going Down from π

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The calculation of the numerical value of the fine structure constant, *α*, in Book 3 was divided

into 4 steps, so that calculation on the computer or a calculator was more convenient.

However, all these 4 steps may be merged in one formula, as follows:

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There are three formulas for getting fine structure constant -

- first in agreement with approximation from Harvard University from 2008^{(1)}

- second with the agreement with approximation from Kobayashi Institue (Nagoya University) from 2012^{(2)}

- third with the agreement with approximation from 2014 CODATA

The formulas are slightly different; time will tell which one is better once the work on this blog is completed.

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Book 3 shows the exact value of the fine structure constant, *α*, and two formulas.

Shows comparison with recent scientific findings.

Also, the links to the articles from researchers are posted.

Some explanation of fine structure constant (from 2009):

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Multiplication by Infinity blog - fine structure, the constant short explanation

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This book contains some of the unique mathematical properties called by me

**Index Mathematics** - where the indexes of a Constants (subscripts)

are used to calculate their values. It is described in the paper on some

numerical examples. Also, the **general formulas** for multiplication, division,

powers, and logarithms are derived. As well as a relation between constants

*C*_{0}, *C*_{16}, and *C*_{HT }are shown.

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