  # DimaMazin

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1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circular_sector When sin*cosin=1/4 then area of the one sector is Pi/24 and area of second sector is 5Pi/24
2. Unit circle has r=1. a is angle in radians. You have confused in your inattentiveness . (61/2 - 21/2)/4 = (2-31/2)1/2/2 21/2(31/2-1)/2=(2-31/2)1/2 (31/2-1)2/2=2-31/2 3-2*31/2+1=4-2*31/2
3. For example one circular sector of unit circle has area a/2, other circular sector has area Pi/4 - a/2 then a/2=sin(a)*cosin(a)/2 +(area of circular segment of angle 2a)/2 and Pi/4 - a/2 = sin(a)*cosin(a)/2+(area of circular segment of angle Pi - 2a)/2 Then area of the twq equal triangles is sin*cosin
4. (61/2 - 21/2)/4 = (2 - 31/2)1/2/2 I have taken sin * cos=1/4 then I have got sine=(2 - 31/2)1/2/2 or (2 + 31/2)1/2/2 Calculator has shown arcsin=15 degrees but sine 15 degrees=(61/2 - 21/2)/4 I don't understand how they are connected.
5. Rather that is wrong because t is not obligated to be proportional to ( Pi-2a)/2 at level 1.
6. The idea is wrong because next formula must work but it is not working t/(1-y)=sin t/(cos t -y) y=(t cost-sint)/(t-sint)
7. For example two photons with the same fraquency are traveling together. They have horizontal polarizations. Then fraquency is time to do left amlitude or right amlitude. When one photon makes left amplitude then another photon makes right amlitude for support of momentum law.
8. How do you define what photon cannot travel in thin waveguide becouse it is thin for the photon?Why do you think that source frame is more important for such definition? Why polarity of photon wave cannot be rotating? If it can be rotating then what is energy of the rotation?
9. The acceleration increases negative velocity of the waveguide relative to source of the photon. Negative velocity creates redshift of the wavelength relative to the waveguide.
10. The acceleration of the waveguide can turn the blue photon into red photon relative to the waveguide only when it does not affect the photon.
11. If cutoff exists for red photon, but blue photon can be there. Then acceleration of the very long waveguide from the source of the blue photon can turn the blue photon into red photon . Then how the photon can disappear in the waveguide?
12. What is the velocity of a photon in a mirror tube when the diameter of this tube is less than the wavelength of the photon? Does it reduce or increase velocity of the photon due to wave strikes?
13. I have got such complex equation a= ((31/2 - 21/2)cos(a)+(2*21/2 - 3)sin(a)+(3*21/2 -2*61/2)/2))*Pi / ((4*21/2 - 6)sin(a) - 2*61/2+3*21/2)= ={4Pi - 4cos(a) + 4sin(a)cos(a) - 4Pi*sin2(a) - [(4cos(a) - 4Pi - 4sin(a)cos(a)+4Pi*sin2(a))2 - (16 - 16sin2(a))*(Pi2 - 2Pi*cos(a)+4sin(a)cos2(a) - Pi2sin2(a)+2Pi*sin(a)cos(a))]1/2} / {8-8sin2(a)} Theoretically it can be solved, then sin(a) , cos(a) and a will be known. Then we can not only exactly define trigonometric functions but and write them down as numbers. Ofcourse we can describe trigonometric functions which relate to Pi by nambers with exponents and mathematical actions only relative to Pi. But it maybe usefule for solve of Travelling salesman problem. 😛
14. Can wave motion be caused by quantum entanglement? Why entangled particles on distance cannot wave each other?
15. What force should be bigger: necessary force for change of polarization of red photon or necessary force for change of polarization of blue photon?
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