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Scholars Journal of Physics, Mathematics and Statistics
Volume-6; - Issue-12
The Problems of Fixed Point in Mathematical Analysis
Tingyong Deng, Hengyu Zhang, Qianhong Song
Sch J Phys Math Stat | 205-207
DOI : 10.36347/SJPMS.2019.v06i12.001
It is discussed that the problems of fixed point in mathematical analysis, and some applications of them is given as
Keywords: fixed point, continuous function, functional equation, limit of a sequence
Reasons for Removal of the Moon
S. A. Orlov
Sch J Phys Math Stat | 208-212
DOI : 10.36347/sjpms.2019.v06i12.002
In article the new concept of an explanation of the reason of removal of the Moon from Earth is offered to
consideration. It is based on the theory of vortex gravitation, cosmology and a cosmogony. The main reason for this
removal is that gravity, the earth's field does not create our planet, and ether vortex The orbital plane of the Moon
doesn't coincide with the plane of a gravitational whirlwind that creates reduction of forces of an attraction of the
Moon to Earth on some sites of its orbit. Removal of a lunar orbit happens a consequence of it.
Keywords: Theory of vortex gravitation, celestial mechanics.
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