As
c=2
^{(b1)/2} {
b∈
ℤ→
26, /max=
25 (
025)
 b =
brane count [which is of the
sesquilinear form (
e^{},
e^{+})]}, an
epp is the
coverage's
resultant as a halfinteger spin statistic (negative parity[
^{}]).
The
theory of
epps is
earl.
stop leaf (see also
egg,
Egglepple)
Notes (+): +The formula is in direct correlation to spinstatistics. So, for example, when b is odd, say b=5, then c(=4) is an integerspin (egg). When b is even, say b=8, then c(=11.3137085+) is a halfintegerspin (epp). The rational portion (floating point) of halfinteger statistics contributes to seigniorage. Obviously, any negative value for b will yield an epp. (see juke tax )
+Yes, there are twentysix (26) integer values here; we denote "0" as (0^{},0^{+}) → having both negative() and positive(+) polarity in twistor space . For instance, 12 ... (0^{},0^{+}) ... +12 = [26]. The total number of coverages, c, is an upperbound for points on a curve, and so its number line must include 0 (hence 0 through 25). However, because any b=0 gives nonsensical values [error codes] , the zeroes are discounted, and lower and upper bounds are just eleven (11). The minima (cover0 = 11) is 0.015625 and the maxima (cover25 = +11) is 32.
