This Statement of the Problem is an incomplete paper and so has variations. Mostly corrections of typos and/or sophisms are made, with changes in language to improve clarity. As a result, it is dubious it could even be understood as is, a mere collection of thoughts. The fundamental emphasis of the problem is the following.

**To vary, continuously over time changes:**

**1) **the function values at some function maximum, a_{n}.

**2)** the derivatives values at a_{n},

**While, keeping constant:**

**3)** the integrals, between the upper and lower limits of the domain: set to unity.

**4) **the intervals -the distance between a_{n} and b^{0}, ie. b^{0}-a_{n}=1: set to unity.

**5)** the function values at some b^{0}, ie. f(b^{0})=0.

**Figure:** **A collection of matter, ***f(r, t _{1})*

**contracts to**

*f(r, t*

_{2})**driving Universe expansion from**

*R*_{1 }**to**

*R*_{2}**.**

The purpose of the study is to exploit as many gravitational parameters as reasonably possible, while simultaneously applying as many reasonable constraints in as many possible combinations -of both hypothetical and standard variables- so that ultimately, the apparent orbital motions of galaxies can be most simply explained: “most simply explained” meaning both as 1) a more representative, and corresponding measure of the observables: observed redshifts and observed apparent magnitudes in relation to observed matter with respect to its observed orbital motions, and 2) with a more reasonable, or, at least, equally reasonable, set of assumptions as Big Bang Theory, Inflation, Dark Matter, and other theories.