At the time of the passage of a result of the square exhibitor to another immediately higher or lower, the difference between the two results is always odd.
Moreover, the differences in results follow an continuous increase (0 with the 2=1, 1 with the 2=1, 1-0=1, 1 with the 2=1, 2 with the 2=4, 4-1=3, and by making 1,3,5,7,9,11, etc)
The conclusion is that all the differences in square exponential results must suivrent this rule.
The rule applies as follows: X ² =2 (x-0,5) + (x-1) ²
Thus, it is possible to discover the “under-value” of the exhibitor.
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