$nz…In view of the immense contribution made to my earlier theory by Dr. Nirzaree Vadgama

Prologue:The minor errors in this theory have been corrected. The credit goes to Dr.Nirzaree Vadgama. Nirzaree has been awarded PhD in FFAM (Fully Faltoo Applied Mathematics) by Dr. Sandip Dev (Ignobel Laureate in FFAM) under whom she conducted the worthy research. hence $n is now $nz

After years of research(more than 17 years to be precise) and severe head-aching brainstorming sessions,I have found out a new number.Its called the Nirzaree and Sandip’s Number, denoted by $nz (it was earlier known as $n or Sandip’ number as the original idea belonged to the great 21st century mathematician, hacker and self-confessed flirt and physco Sandip Dev).

Definition:Nirzaree and Sandip’s Number($nz) denotes the average time is minutes in which a student gets seriously bored by the lecture given by the teacher/professor.
$nz is directly proportional to the cgpa/grades of the student,say g
$nz is inversely proportional to the IQ of the student, say q ,this statement follows from the general observation that a student with good IQ(mind it, I say IQ not grades,and the reason for this is left as an exercise for the reader) soon realizes that the teacher is an in-competent fool, listening to whose lecture is an exercise in futility, a grand waste of precious time which can be better spent in gossiping with mates, checking out the girls or by simply dozing off

$nz is inversely proportional to the time of the day in 24hr format,T
$nz is directly proportional to the competency of the teacher, but it can never be infinite,c
Therefore from the above postulates we can say that :
$nz=gc/qt +k where k is a constant(between -1000 to +1000) for a particular teacher and it depends on factors like whether the teacher is male or female, attractive or repulsive,and the general appearance of the teacher

Further research on the possible values of k are underway.

To find the overall competence of a teacher,denoted by rms(c) :
1.find all the values of $nz for each member of the class
2.Now rms(c)=(Sum($nz^2)/n)1/2 , the root mean sqaure of all the values of $nz

Readers are requested to evaluate the theory ,however most of the postulates have been found to be true and have survived years of research.

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3 thoughts on “$nz…In view of the immense contribution made to my earlier theory by Dr. Nirzaree Vadgama

  1. Really will have to check…We can then name it $nz instead of $n..keeping in view your enormous contribution to this path-breaking theory.

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