Pronic vs Pionic - What's the difference?

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As adjectives the difference between pronic and pionic

is that pronic is (mathematics) of a number which is the product of two consecutive integers while pionic is (physics) of, pertaining to, or composed of pions.

pronic

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Adjective

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  • (mathematics) Of a number which is the product of two consecutive integers
  • *1478 - Pierpaolo Muscharello, Algorismus'' p.163.Jens H√łyrup, "What did the abbacus teachers aim at when they (sometimes) ended up doing mathematics?", ''New perspectives on mathematical practices , pp.47-75, World Scientific, 2009 ISBN 9812812229.
  • *:Pronic' root is as if you say, 9 times 9 makes 81. And now take the root of 9, which is 3, and this 3 is added above 81: it makes 84, so that the ' pronic root of 84 is said to be 3.
  • *1794 - David Wilkie, Theory of interest , p.6, Edinburgh: Peter Hill, 1794.
  • *:When a'' = 2, and ''d'' = 2 also, in this case, in equation 1st, ''s''=''n''2 + ''n'' = ''a'' pronic''' number, which is produced by the addition of even numbers in an arithmetic progression beginning at 2; and the ' pronic root \scriptstyle n = \frac {\sqrt {4s +1} - 1}{2}.
  • *1804' - Paul Deighan, "Recommendatory letters", ''A complete treatise on arithmetic, rational and practical'', ' vol.1 , p.viii, Dublin: J. Jones, 1804.
  • *:As I admire each proposition fair,
  • *:the pronic number and the perfect square,
  • *:the puzzling intricate equation solv'd,
  • *:as Grecia's chief the Gordian knot dissolv'd;
  • *:: - John Bartley
  • *1814 - Charles Butler, Easy Introduction to Mathematics , p.96, Barlett & Newman, 1814
  • *:A pronic' number is that which is equal to the sum of a square number and its root. Thus, 6, 12, 20, 30, &c. are ' pronic numbers.
  • *1998 - Wayne L. McDaniel, "Pronic Lucas Numbers", The Fibonacci Quarterly , pp.60-62, 1998.
  • *:It may be noted that if L''n is a pronic number, then ''L n is two times a triangular number.
  • *2005' - G. K. Panda1 and P. K. Ray, "Cobalancing numbers and cobalancers", ''International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences'', ' vol.2005 , iss.8, pp.1189-1200.
  • *:Thus, our search for cobalancing number is confined to the pronic' triangular numbers, that is, triangular numbers that are also ' pronic numbers.
  • Synonyms

    * heteromecic

    References

    pionic

    English

    Adjective

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  • (physics) Of, pertaining to, or composed of pions.