I am a 11 grader. I wanted to know what would be the sum of all the real numbers . I will be grateful to you,if you provide the answer. ]]>

I find interest in maths and equally in philosophy.I have been writing them linking them in the best possible way I can..I adopt equations and theories from math and duduce explainations for some deep philosophical logics.like I have been working on limits and curves along with behavioural aspect of maths.The fact that my work doesnt incorporate(for now) a substantial amount of equations and symbols pulls me from submitting my works..kindly guide me as to where, or which university or professor should I write to! ]]>

Omitting it would decrease the length of theorem conditions. But without this condition conditions would be warrantenly false.

Example: “for a distributive lattice with least element there exists no more than one difference a\b of elements a and b” vs “for a distributive lattice there exists no more than one difference a\b of elements a and b”

I suspect that omitting existence of least element would hinder exposition, because in this case instead of saying “the least element” I need to say in the proof a little more subtle “an element of the set of least elements” (this set is always of one or zero elements).

What is better for: a. research monograph; b. textbook?

]]>thanks to being awesome

]]>Just for my curiousity, 1+2+3+4+5+6 …. = -1/12 is it true ????? It is used to resolve the “Casimir effect” ! (see demonstration :

In french but easy to understand:

https://sciencetonnante.wordpress.com/2013/05/27/1234567-112/

Do you work on this topic or it is not a serious topic ???

Thanks

Miguel SALINAS

]]>