# Jyotiraditya Jadhav

**Jyotiraditya Jadhav** is an Indian mathematician who has contributed to trigonometry and arithmetic progressions.^{[citation needed]}

## Jadhav Theorem[edit]

Jadhav has given all the footnotes, and a algebraic proof with practical numerical proof to this error-less theorem, but has no proper derivative steps to reach the formula. He tried to apply this alphabetical equation to consecutive numbers and equated the to 1 then tried with different arithmetic series and found the answer to not be equal to 1 but the square of the common difference, and got the equation . He later send the PDF of this research paper to Arxiv for further publication and one of the moderators told his work deserves more then the column of this website and later send it to IEEE, with title PDF of Arithmetic progressions theorem and got to know this is a completely unique and new formula and so was given chance to get it named after him.

## Theorems and definition[edit]

Jadhav Theorem: If any three consecutive numbers are taken say a,b and c with a constant common difference, then the difference between the square of the 2nd term (b) and the product of the first and the third term (ac) will always be the square of the common difference (d).

Jadhav Isosceles Formula: Jadhav's Isosceles Formula gives a equation to evaluate area of any isosceles triangle with know one angle and length of equal sides with trigonometric ratios.

## References[edit]

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