2021-9-15
by Al Doerr and Ken Levasseur is a free open content textbook.
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2021-9-14
A new model could help model disease transmission and #urban planning
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2021-9-11
Scholarpedia is a peer-reviewed open-access encyclopedia written and maintained by scholarly experts from around the world. Scholarpedia is inspired by Wikipedia and aims to complement it by providing in-depth scholarly treatment of topics within the fields of #mathematics and #science including #physics, #biology, behavioral and #social sciences.
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2021-9-4
Ancient Greeks were said to have discovered trigonometry. But Australian detective work gives the kudos to the Babylonians, about a thousand years before Pythagoras. #mathematics #science #history
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2021-8-16
The size of certain infinite sets has been a mystery. Now, it turns out, each one is different than the next, and they can all be ordered by size
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2021-8-16
Once upon a time (i.e., in the mid-2010s), a handful of young nerds decided just for fun to put higher #mathematics and #technology into a mix. And lo and behold, the primordial soup of Math Vault was born!
From there onward, by combining the advent of #digital publishing and mathematical typesetting, they release a giant horde of cryptic math expressions into the Web!
At some point down the line though, they began to acquire awareness of the not-so-pleasant ways math is taught in school. And with that, they set forth on a journey to bring higher mathematics into the 21st-century and the wider world.
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2021-8-14
A fun free platform for learning modern cryptography
#mathematics #code
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2021-8-14
2021-8-14
The Simplest #Mathematics Problem No One Can Solve
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