Decimal Digit Sums up to 11 are Clustered in Physical Constants

International Journal of Applied Physics
© 2021 by SSRG - IJAP Journal
Volume 8 Issue 3
Year of Publication : 2021
Authors : Mels Sluyser
: 10.14445/23500301/IJAP-V8I3P102

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Citation:
MLA Style:

Mels Sluyser, "Decimal Digit Sums up to 11 are Clustered in Physical Constants" SSRG International Journal of Applied Physics 8.3 (2021): 14-15.

APA Style:

Mels Sluyser,(2021). Decimal Digit Sums up to 11 are Clustered in Physical Constants. SSRG International Journal of Applied Physics 8(3), 14-15.

Abstract:

Fine-Structure Constants not only contain the important number 137, but their 137s also act as Decimal Digit Sums 1+3+7=11. These Decimal Digit Sums 11 occur extensively in the first parts of Physical Constants such as Inverse Fine-Structure Constant, Euler’s Constant, Pi , Phi, and the Square Root of 2. The possible reasons for this are dicussed.

References:

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Key Words:

Physical Constants, Fine-Structure Constant, 137, Square Root of Two, Euler’s Constant, Pi, Phi.