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Random colored mandalas...

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I know this is trivial, but this **icosahedron** is not a regular one, but one of **tetrahedral** (not icosahedral!) **symmetry**, the green faces being **equilateral triangles** and the red faces being (non-equilateral) **isosceles ones** [if someone would conceive of a way to fool you, this is a candidate to that effect..]

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Random colored mandalas...

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sphere 3d kleinian groups

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Charlotte Larras

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Excellent - Dr James Grime is one of my favorite mathematicians.

[0] Go ahead and enjoy the video but then:

[1] Create a short python script and validate that the probabilities are correct. And then after having fun with with the script:

[2] Prove that the probabilities are correct.

(For example: it is really easy to see why you can beat HHH 7/8 of the time and go ahead and do the rest of the probabilities)

[0] Go ahead and enjoy the video but then:

[1] Create a short python script and validate that the probabilities are correct. And then after having fun with with the script:

[2] Prove that the probabilities are correct.

(For example: it is really easy to see why you can beat HHH 7/8 of the time and go ahead and do the rest of the probabilities)

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Professor Matthias Kreck's explanations are just wonderful!

If you have any interest in Mathematics whatsoever then this video (and the follow on one) are for you. It most certainly is the case for me.

And now my challenge is to dig through the details of the bit in the follow on video where how the proof went was just explained to the actual proof itself. I look forward to that.

If you have any interest in Mathematics whatsoever then this video (and the follow on one) are for you. It most certainly is the case for me.

And now my challenge is to dig through the details of the bit in the follow on video where how the proof went was just explained to the actual proof itself. I look forward to that.

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Enjoy this pic of the **development** (or **net**) in 3 dimensions of a 4-dimensional hypersolid, namely a **gyro-113-2** or **gyro-113-56** in **Jonathan Bowers' notation** [it would make a 4-dim **fair dye** with no less than 113 cells

please be well you all!..

please be well you all!..

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I like your stuff Mr. Calder. I recommend them when I see ppl like you, I hope you'll feel well about being doubled since that can only make me feel better. hmmm.

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Who knows what this nice little thing is?

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Finnaly, not orientable means that this bottle doesn't have an "inside" ad an "outside". It is possibile in fact fill it without empty it. See this funny animation

http://youtu.be/sRTKSzAOBr4

http://youtu.be/sRTKSzAOBr4

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Hyperbolic manifolds and 3D Kleinian groups

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Sehr interessante Struktur!

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Today, I did a video about a math problem involving recursive functions. This is a common problem in Maine Association of Math Leagues competition and I think it will interest some of you. Enjoy!

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If the perimeter of the base of great pyramid is 3023 feet and the height of pyramid is 481 feet. What gradient should you encounter if you walked from the middle of one of the sides to the top? (Base of pyramid is square)

How Thales used similar triangles to measure the height of the Great Pyramid.

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+fizixx <<< Its actually 8-sided ;

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this is a **hypothetical mini solar system**

fig 1: at start: star is a copy of our Sun; there are 12 planets, 5 massive (6. red (m=50.4), 11. blue-gray (m=21.0), 7. olive (m=10.6), 1. pink (m=10.1) & 13. lt green (m=10.1)) & 7 light ones (m=1.2-2.1) [all in earth masses]

fig 2: after 8,364,900 yrs there remain 6 planets, the other 6 were all ejected one by one

[all orbits were integrated numerically (step: 1.517 days) using an appropriate software & of course Newton's law]

please be happy, everyone!..

fig 1: at start: star is a copy of our Sun; there are 12 planets, 5 massive (6. red (m=50.4), 11. blue-gray (m=21.0), 7. olive (m=10.6), 1. pink (m=10.1) & 13. lt green (m=10.1)) & 7 light ones (m=1.2-2.1) [all in earth masses]

fig 2: after 8,364,900 yrs there remain 6 planets, the other 6 were all ejected one by one

[all orbits were integrated numerically (step: 1.517 days) using an appropriate software & of course Newton's law]

please be happy, everyone!..

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Have you used the solution to the 3 body problem to get starting velocity its beautiful a must indeed.

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This is why it is important to understand "The Math Behind The Math".

Unfortunately in our modern society people tend to put their brains in neutral when presented with concepts and ideas that require a bit more thought.

https://mathwithbaddrawings.com/2016/07/13/why-not-to-trust-statistics/

Unfortunately in our modern society people tend to put their brains in neutral when presented with concepts and ideas that require a bit more thought.

https://mathwithbaddrawings.com/2016/07/13/why-not-to-trust-statistics/

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Being CEO or employed is not because you are gifted generally, or good at stuff. I don't motivational books. Sometimes it honesty that blocks you.

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Learn Easily how to solve examples on Product Rule of Derivatives !!!

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