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Oscar Rivera

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This week, the top-ranked math students from high schools around the country went head-to-head with competitors from more than 100 countries at theInternational Mathematical Olympiad in Chiang Mai, Thailand. And, for the first time in more than two decades, they won.
America's top math students went head-to-head with competitors from more than 100 countries — and they won. "If you can even solve one question," their head coach says, "you're a bit of a genius."
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pankaj jangid

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1 is irrelavant to squired x, so zero
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sanni Lincoln

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Hello guys. I have got this abstract math course (real analysis 1). It has many proofs and lemma, how best can i study this proofs and understand (maybe methods that anyone has used). Please i need help, because i hate cramming. 
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Good prerequisites for real analysis will be a graduate foundations of analysis class, fundamental calculus, and a Royden's Real Analysis 3rd edition (not the 4th edition).
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George Mpantes

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THE ABSTRACT ALGEBRA AND THE UNSOLVED PROBLEMS OF ANTIQUITY
https://www.academia.edu/9970170
algebraic structure of constructible numbers with ruler and compass, field, field extension , the degree of field extension , the algebraic number, Geometric image construction, Trisection of angle , Doubling cube, Squaring the circle
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thank you Armando , exactly mathematical richness
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Prabaha Mitra

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This spring, an 80-year-old Japanese chalk company went out of business. Nobody, perhaps, was as sad to see the company go as mathematicians who had become obsessed with Hagoromo Fulltouch Chalk, the so-called “Rolls Royce of chalk.”
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Mathematics Pro

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Vladimir Arnold (12 June 1937 – 3 June 2010). 

One of his greatest work is THE SOLUTION OF HILBERT'S THIRTEENTH PROBLEM IN 1957 AT THE AGE OF 19.

He is best known for the Kolmogorov–Arnold–Moser theorem regarding the stability of integrable systems, he made important contributions in several areas including dynamical systems theory, catastrophe theory, topology, algebraic geometry, symplectic geometry, differential equations, classical mechanics, hydrodynamics and singularity theory,

Happy Birthday (though belated.)

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Information Courtesy: Wikipedia  (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vladimir_Arnold#Biography).
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Adam Millbery

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AVP, Quantitative Analyst role in London open to individuals with a PhD in Physics, Mathematics or Engineering. 

For further information, please contact adam.millbery@radleyjames.com
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Hafidz Anuwar

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anyone who is expertise in financial mathematics here? im just asking...tq... :-)
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Yes! I've got some insights. Have fun reading:

https://plus.google.com/+GuidoStepken/posts/QW9HGu5Z6zb
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This is the companion community to the larger Mathematics community. Posts here should be relevant to mathematics professionals. All other posts should be made to the (non research) Mathematics Community.
 
the prime numbers equation
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pankaj jangid

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What is the difference between differentiation and integration
Please tell me 
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Wrong forum http://math.stackexchange.com perhaps, but please have a good browse before asking a question, and write it carefully if you do.
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George Mpantes

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THE MATHEMATICAL FORMS OF NATURE, THE TENSORS
https://www.academia.edu/6425436
homogeneous and isotropic space,  the second law of Newton, the mathematical forms of nature, the formalism of tensors in geometry and physics.
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Geppetto Null

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Hi everyone! I would like some insight on proving that the Log-Euclidean distance (between two SPD matrices) is a negative definite function. Take a look at my question at MathOverflow please!
http://mathoverflow.net/questions/210736/prove-that-the-log-euclidean-distance-is-negative-definite
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Custom Solvers 2.0

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CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICAL DERIVATIONS OF SPECIAL RELATIVITY

I have completed a project which you might find interesting: http://varocarbas.com/project_5/ 

It is a light reading, although the conclusions might be surprising to some people.

The best way to get a clear enough picture is by reading everything (it consists in roughly 10 small documents).
In any case, the pages dealing with the mathematical derivations are the following:
Lorentz -> http://varocarbas.com/projects/frame.php?node=5-2-1 & Minkowski -> http://varocarbas.com/projects/frame.php?node=5-3-1
Links to the contents of all the varocarbas.com projects in full-screen mode
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17. Let A be a 3×3 upper triangular matrix whose diagonal entries are 1,2 and −3. Express A−1 as a linear combination of I,A and A2.
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Prabaha Mitra

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Happy 87th Birthday.
A Beautiful Genius, John Forbes Nash Jr. (13 June 1928 – 23 May 2015), with Alicia Nash

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Rajesh D

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+Omer Moussaffi Check my question ow, I have added some audio files!
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Namig Guliyev

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"The Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences 2015 is awarded in equal shares to Gerd Faltings and Henryk Iwaniec for their introduction and development of fundamental tools in number theory, allowing them as well as others to resolve some longstanding classical problems."
Announcement The Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences 2015 is awarded in equal shares to. Gerd Faltings and. Henryk Iwaniec for their introduction and development of fundamental tools in number theory, allowing them as well as others to resolve some longstanding classical problems.
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