Mathematical Proofs and Logical Inferences in the Philosophy Surrounding Coronavirus Pandemic in Nigeria

Authors : IDONIBOYE OMIETE; MARAIZU ELECHI

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 2 - February

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Abstract : There is a fundamental challenge surrounding the overall issue of Coronavirus pandemic, its dictation, management and containment in Nigeria. This issue bothers heavily on inaccuracy of data or figure of those who are infected. Accurate provision of statistical date and figure is necessary not only for the management of the infected individuals but most importantly for containing and combating the virus in Nigeria. This issue is fundamentally challenging in view of the fact that the figure of infected persons in Nigeria seems to be either over blotted or underestimated. This work therefore provides a reliable, most effective and efficient way of arriving at, and documenting figures or number of individuals infected with Covid-19 pandemic in Nigeria which is premised on mathematical proofs based on geometrical and arithmetical sequences and logical inferences as reliable for accurate prediction of the spread of coronavirus in Nigeria. It argues that with this method, accurate and reliable estimation of new cases can be performed easily. This study shows that the equilibrium ratio for the novel coronavirus does not satisfy the criteria for a locally or globally asymptotic stability. This implies that as a pandemic without yet a curative vaccine, precautionary measures are necessary through quarantine and observatory procedures.

Keywords : Coronavirus Pandemic, Mathematical Proofs, Logical Inference, Geometric Sequence, Arithmetic Sequence

There is a fundamental challenge surrounding the overall issue of Coronavirus pandemic, its dictation, management and containment in Nigeria. This issue bothers heavily on inaccuracy of data or figure of those who are infected. Accurate provision of statistical date and figure is necessary not only for the management of the infected individuals but most importantly for containing and combating the virus in Nigeria. This issue is fundamentally challenging in view of the fact that the figure of infected persons in Nigeria seems to be either over blotted or underestimated. This work therefore provides a reliable, most effective and efficient way of arriving at, and documenting figures or number of individuals infected with Covid-19 pandemic in Nigeria which is premised on mathematical proofs based on geometrical and arithmetical sequences and logical inferences as reliable for accurate prediction of the spread of coronavirus in Nigeria. It argues that with this method, accurate and reliable estimation of new cases can be performed easily. This study shows that the equilibrium ratio for the novel coronavirus does not satisfy the criteria for a locally or globally asymptotic stability. This implies that as a pandemic without yet a curative vaccine, precautionary measures are necessary through quarantine and observatory procedures.

Keywords : Coronavirus Pandemic, Mathematical Proofs, Logical Inference, Geometric Sequence, Arithmetic Sequence