Arbuja
I am not brilliant in mathematics, I cannot solve problems that most mathematicians are after. Instead, I look into new areas and expand on it.
I am careless and often need the help of my calculators to verify my ideas. I am thankful to the Desmos calculator which not only confirms calculations but creates mathematical artwork.
Currently I'm finding ways of measuring countable dense sets to one another. The best possibility is extending Asymptotic density to Q, which differs from extending the Asymptotic density to Z x Z. If I am correct I could get one step closer to applying an integral to these sets. It could change the way we view integrals.
In college, I hope to develop strong core knowledge in mathematics and make my ideas rigorous.
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