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A book on Mathematics by Ekansh, a tool to see beyond the impossible.
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“The Seatings in Mathematics”, a book recently authored by Ekansh, Research Fellow of Trinity, Cambridge went on to reveal the guessed historical mystery of the mathematical world. The book mentions the systematic patterns of the conjectures and see beyond the meta world, the meta world of mathematics. The book gives an outline of the subject of the meta world and where conjectures fit to such world. The three chapters of the book is co-authored by Prof. B.J. Green of Trinity, Cambridge, and in this Prof. Green related the realm of the space that is occupied by the world of conjectures. Ekansh in the last chapter of the book mention how the world of mathematics can be beautifully observed and studied in a meta-physical condition. The discussion papers being organized will open the secret talk behind this wonderful book written by young Ekansh and experienced Prof. Green.
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