# Month: August 2016

I thought it is time for me to talk about a couple of organization things that are under development at the moment. This post will […] Read More

CAVEAT: There isn’t any deep math in this post. There aren’t any lessons or lesson ideas. I was just playing with quadratics today and below […] Read More

The flamboyant mathematician, whose semi-autobiographical book is published this week, reveals his pet dinosaur, teaching methods and mysterious love of spiders Professor Cédric Villani, 41, […] Read More

MUMBAI : Known for his bold and stylish dressing sense, French mathematician Cedric Villani is also called the ‘Lady Gaga of French Mathematicians’. In Mumbai […] Read More

For the most part, numbers are simply cold indicators, unable of expressing menace or guile, but then there’s Belphegor’s Prime, a supposedly sinister numeric palindrome […] Read More

ABOUT MATHPUBS MathPubs.com seeks to make the world’s scientific research easy to locate, access, and collaborate on. Our world is changing quickly and the amount […] Read More

Can’t deny that I will sometimes stockpile links of mathematics stuff to talk about. Sometimes I even remember to post it. Sometimes it’s a tweet […] Read More

[Image by Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com (CC BY 2.0) via Flickr.] It’s carnival time again. Activities, games, lessons, hands-on fun — if you’ve written a blog […] Read More

Differentiable manifold An -dimensional (differentiable) manifold is a Hausdorff topological space with a countable (topological) basis, together with a maximal differentiable atlas. This atlas consists […] Read More

Twitter can be useful for alerting one to resources / news, note the first two items. Problem Solving – an open access (free) book which […] Read More

The implicit function theorem is a strong theorem that allows us to express a variable as a function of another variable. For instance, if , […] Read More

Gepostet von Art Of Mathematics am Mittwoch, 3. August 2016

Reference: Gepostet von Art Of Mathematics am Freitag, 5. August 2016

Our school is still on the traditional curriculum. Our students do Algebra 1, then Geometry, then Algebra 2. I’m sure that they remember everything from […] Read More

This should be titled, “Things I Should NOT Be Doing on My Last Day of Summer Break”! But this was too fun, so I had […] Read More

The pipeline that funnels women into careers in math and science is leaky all the way along along, but if one particular leak could be […] Read More