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+Wouter Tomme No, but a sum is not very difficult so this is not very funny 😂

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+Wouter Tomme No, but a sum is not very difficult so this is not very funny 😂

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Hi everyone. Who would guess that Let it Be by The Beatles would have something to do with line charts? In today's post I show you the relationship using some R code, and also explain area charts with a very simple set of male/female ratios. Hope you like it!

Hello there! Do you recognize them? I'm sure you know them, one of the most famous pop bands in the history of music. You may be wondering why I put a picture of Paul, George and John in this blog about mathematics, and t...

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Totally worth it, when you can take the grading hit.

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There are many unsolved problems in mathematics. Some prominent outstanding unsolved problems (as well as some which are not necessarily so well known) include:

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The tesseract is a four dimensional cube. It has 16 edge points v=(a,b,c,d), with a,b,c,d either equal to +1 or -1. Two points are connected, if their distance is 2. Given a projection P(x,y,z,w)=(x,y,z) from four dimensional space to three dimensional space, we can visualize the cube as an object in familar space. The effect of a linear transformation like a rotation

| 1 0 0 0 |

R(t) = | 0 1 0 0 |

| 0 0 cos(t) sin(t) |

| 0 0 -sin(t) cos(t) |

in 4d space can be visualized in 3D by viewing the points v(t) = P R(t) v in R3.

| 1 0 0 0 |

R(t) = | 0 1 0 0 |

| 0 0 cos(t) sin(t) |

| 0 0 -sin(t) cos(t) |

in 4d space can be visualized in 3D by viewing the points v(t) = P R(t) v in R3.

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Its an Infinity Stone of unparalleled power.

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Please someone kill me!!! Hahaah

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And for that, i got bad english and computering, so unbalanced.

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You guys should check out this channel, he has a lot of useful videos covering various math topics.

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I'm using his videos to try and understand calculus topics before I go into Calculus class.

My curiosity about Integral and Derivative can't wait a year.

My curiosity about Integral and Derivative can't wait a year.

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The arc-length parametrization of an Archimedean spiral visualized with colors.

It is really interesting how the colors are bent around. It seems that the distribution is quite non-uniform, even though the spiral is rather uniform in growth.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Differential_geometry_of_curves#Length_and_natural_parametrization

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archimedean_spiral

http://1ucasvb.tumblr.com/post/44972646489/the-arc-length-parametrization-of-an-archimedean

It is really interesting how the colors are bent around. It seems that the distribution is quite non-uniform, even though the spiral is rather uniform in growth.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Differential_geometry_of_curves#Length_and_natural_parametrization

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archimedean_spiral

http://1ucasvb.tumblr.com/post/44972646489/the-arc-length-parametrization-of-an-archimedean

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This reminds me of the example of "implicate order" that David Bohm often talks about - with ink blots in a viscous medium that is then twirled around, so they get spread out, but can be drawn back together by twirling the other way.

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Praise me b'coz i 'm getting an award "Star performer in Mathematics"......

Feeling proud n lucky!!!

Feeling proud n lucky!!!

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I have never heard of such award before, but anyway congratulations....

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Fill in the numbers in each empty box, so that sum of each 3 adjacent digits is always 15. Write solution as one multi-digit number.

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5 645645 6 45

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A hypotrochoid is a roulette traced by a point attached to a circle of radius r rolling around the inside of a fixed circle of radius R, where the point is a distance d from the center of the interior circle.

http://xahlee.info/SpecialPlaneCurves_dir/Hypotrochoid_dir/hypotrochoid.html

http://xahlee.info/SpecialPlaneCurves_dir/Hypotrochoid_dir/hypotrochoid.html

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Nu ati pare ca se invarte invers fata de tot ce se invarte din centrul galaxiei?

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A new free peer help website... I still like http://openstudy.com/

Does anybody have experience with this one?

Does anybody have experience with this one?

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+Snail Erato I didn't note that way to prove that BOC is 90 degrees ;-)

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Okay mathematicians buckle up for a bit of logic, lets see who are really intelligent out there.

A boy said I have the pics of world's first camera, now I am going to the museum submit this of course get some reward....ha ha!

Now you mathematician use your skills to find out is this kid, kidding or........

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A boy said I have the pics of world's first camera, now I am going to the museum submit this of course get some reward....ha ha!

Now you mathematician use your skills to find out is this kid, kidding or........

Try.....

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Used mirrors to take the photo

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