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|There are concentric arrangements such as the
layers of the sun, the planetary orbits, the rings of the planets, the moons,
the planets or like an orange, coconut, dahlia or narcissus, etc.
This chapter shows that concentric arrangements can be represented as exponential or logarithmic functions and can therefore be considered as solution functions of the radial part of the Laplace equation.
|Given:||a finite ascending or descending sequence of numbers
(representing a concentric arrangement)
|Determining an e-function from a sequence of numbers takes place in four steps:
Numbering - logarithmization - linearization - function formation
|When linearizing a function f, it is approximated by an affine linear function g. The procedure for finding this approximation function g is also called linear approximation.|
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