Use constant loop value and double division in other formulas like f =ma, e = mc2, e =hf and possible systematic errors. …

Use constant loop value and double division  in other formulas like f  =ma, e = mc2,  e =hf and avoid possible systematic error.

Observe energy formulas (other than static energy) and interaction of particles or elements from power of 4 and above ie  e^4, f^4 etc.., especially where time is a factor as a square in formulas in order to find a best suitable loop value constant  and  and check property of constant .Following is an example :-
e = mc² , e= (a+b)  , e^4 = e^3(mc²)
e^4 = (e ^3)a+ (e^3)b  where  after process loop value  constant is either
 e^4  + (e ^3)a- (e^3)b  = 0     or
e^4  +(e ^3)b-(e^3)a  = 0     or
e^4  -(e ^3)b +(e^3)a  = 0     or
e^3(mc²) – (e ^3)b +(e^3)a  = 0  etc…
a formula may have more than one loop value constant when given in a given value of power.

check updated version of link file :
https://www.dropbox.com/s/juga9lffxfqni54/moving%20to%20center.xlsm?dl=0

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B03s-v1XHNIydzdBem5WTG1jWUE/view?usp=sharing

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