Jyotiraditya Jadhav

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Jyotiraditya Jadhav is an India-born Mathematician and a mathematical researcher, who was titled "Mathematician" by Proof Wiki after publication of his impact-full formula, Jadhav Theorem.


Jadhav Theorem

If any three consecutive numbers are taken say a,b and c with a constant common difference, then the difference between the square of the 2nd term (b) and the product of the first and the third term (ac) will always be the square of the common difference (d).

Representation of statement in variable :

$b^2 - ac = d^2$

Jadhav Isosceles Formula

In any isosceles triangle let the length of equal sides be "s" and the angle formed between both the sides be . then the area of the complete triangle can be found by Jadhav Isosceles Formula as below:

$[{sin (\theta/2)}{cos( \theta /2)}{s^2}]$

Jadhav Division Axiom

In an incomplete division process if the dividend is lesser then Divisor into product of 10 raise to a power "k", and bigger then divisor into product of 10 with power "k-1" then there will be k number of terms before decimal point in an divisional process.

$d \times 10^k-1 < n < d \times 10^k$

Jadhav Triads

Jadhav Triads are groups of any 3 consecutive numbers which follow a pattern , was discovered by Jyotiraditya Jadhav and was named after him.

$\surd ac \approx b$

Jadhav Angular Formula

Jadhav Angular Formula evaluates the angle between any two sides of any triangle given length of all the sides.

$\measuredangle = \cos^-1 [{a^2+b^2-c^2}(2ab)^-1]$

Jadhav Prime Quadratic Theorem

It states that if a Quadratic Equation $ax^2+bx+c$ is divided by $x$ then it gives the answer as an Integer if and only if $x$ is equal to 1, Prime Factors and composite divisor of the constant $c$ .

Let the set of prime factors of constant term $c$ be represented as $p.f.[c]$ and the set of all composite divisor of $c$ be $d[c]$

$\frac{ax^2+bx+c}{x} \in Z$ Iff $x \in$ $p.f.[c] \bigcup d[c] \bigcup {1}$ where $a,b,c \in Z$.