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12:11 PM
I ve just coming here to thank all people that have helped me identify flaws in my paper. I ve just uploaded the final draft of the paper to here dropbox.com/sh/c3t3fj3zgvuahd5/AABx8qFqz_1dEW3hukuZvHCca?dl=0 i corrected the size of images, reduced the number of pages and simplified the proof. I'm going to try to upload it to arxiv, if someone wants to be in the acknoledgement section, say it to me and i'll put you there.
 
 
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1:51 PM
@rotia Looks better (on first glance), even though the lack of LaTeX is still felt acutely. Good luck!
 
 
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vzn
4:52 PM
rotia your paper has some interesting/ worthwhile aspects & was glad to see the real peer review that came about in the chat room with your introducing it. engaged group dialogs on here are not always so common. plz keep us informed of the arxiv reponse, am curious how they treat "amateur" & "university-unaffiliated" submissions. have had some frustration with their opaque policies in the past & others have reported it also. hopefully more only in the physics section.
fyi re arxiv, & its occasional restrictive-and-concealed submission policies, there is some alternative. see comments on here also for more bkg
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A: "The Solution Problem" - How to get credit for your work as an undergrad?

vznseveral other answers have mentioned submitting to arxiv which is indeed a sometimes prestigious and elite site occasionally containing some work/papers submitted by undergraduates. you appear to be affiliated with a university. fyi this is a semiofficial requirement of arxiv submissions, sometim...

 

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