Bernhard Riemann, a famous geometer.

(f) They store grain for long periods in winter and if the grain begins to bud, they cut the roots, as if they understand that if they leave it to grow, it will rot. If the grain stored by them gets wet due to rains, they take it out into the sunlight to dry, and … Read more

Elbert Frank Cox Biography

Elbert F. Cox was born in the segregated school system and his father was and school principal and graduated from Evansville college and worked at Indiana University. The Cox family had great respect for learning, and when cox was outstanding at mathematics and physics and went to school to indiana university, And he was awarded … Read more

Algebra And Its Credibility: Proving It Undeniably Essential In Several Circumstances

Algebra bears major importance throughout youth and adulthood by providing mental assistance in solving daily tasks quicker, a backbone to other school related subjects, aid in understanding the mathematical work done by others, and by making the obtainment of a job easier along while improving work performance. For students, making algebra second hand nature for … Read more

Who invented Calculus, Newton, Leibniz, both or neither?

Calculus is the branch of mathematics that study rates of change of objects in the universe. There are two main branches of calculus, differentiation, and integration, these focus on limits, functions, derivatives, and integrals. Calculus has widespread applications in science, economics, and engineering and can solve many problems for which algebra alone is insufficient. The … Read more

Calculus in Real World

Mathematics has thousands of branches, and each branch means something different to every person. Some may know it as a useful tool that is a key to getting civilizations rolling. Others may just see it as bothersome and a tough grade in a class. Still, math is an important part to everyone’s life and can … Read more

Analyzing Human Craziness As Depicted In The Novel Neuromancer By William Gibson

Short Synthesis #5: Randomness and Manipulation to define information as a probability function[…]implies that randomness always already interpenetrates pattern, for probability as a concept posits a situation in which there is no a priori way to distinguish between effects extrapolated from known causes and those generated by chance conjunctions. Like information and noise, pattern and … Read more

Math in Pharmaceutical industry

For this project, Grade 10 Math Project, we have to pick something from real life that I can explain how math affects it. I chose to do my project about the Pharmaceutical industry. The pharmaceutical mathematics curriculum includes measurements and calculations required to prepare, prescribe and administer medication. Pharmaceutical math prepares students for performing mathematical … Read more

John Napier, a Famous Scottish Mathematician

John Napier or John Neper was a Scottish mathematician born on February 1, 1550. He was born at the Merchiston tower near Merchiston Castle, an independent school for suburbian boys of Colinton in Edinburgh, Scotland. His father was Sir Archibald Napier and his mother was Janet Bothwell. As a young boy at the age of … Read more

L’Hopital’s Rule And Its Influence On Calculus Significance

While it is likely that many calculus students are familiar with the idea of L’Hopital’s Rule, which is concerned with the calculation of limits that initially result in indefinite forms such as zero over zero or infinite over infinite by taking the derivative of both the numerator and the denominator as many times as needed … Read more

Synthesis of Molecular trefoil Knots (31) by passive metal template RCM approach

Using the Alexander Briggs notation, the trefoil knot (31) is considered the simplest non-trivial knot and the most amenable to chemical synthesis. Many different synthetic approaches to prepare trefoil knots have been investigated. In particular, the passive metal template-directed methodology coupled with RCM has been successfully employed to mechanically restrict the relative positions of molecular … Read more

Elbert Frank Cox Biography

Elbert F. Cox was born in the segregated school system and his father was and school principal and graduated from Evansville college and worked at Indiana University. The Cox family had great respect for learning, and when cox was outstanding at mathematics and physics and went to school to indiana university, And he was awarded … Read more

Project management models: spiral model

The spiral model combines the idea of iterative development with the systematic, controlled aspects of the waterfall model. The spiral model has four phases. A software project repeatedly passes through these phases in iterations called Spirals. This means that the product is released incrementally. The Identification phase starts with gathering the business requirements in the … Read more

The End Justify The Means: How True Is This Statement?

Niccolo Machiavelli is one of the significant political and philosophical thinkers known by many of us. Machiavelli is primarily known for the phrase “the end justifies the means” which has been continuously a subject of contention with regards to discussions and discourses today (Robertson, 2012). With this doctrine, individuals are now faced with several issues … Read more

What is Caculus and Who Invented it

What is calculus? Calculus came from Latin, which literally means pebble or small stone used in reckoning. Calculus is all about continuous change and its mathematical way of studying it. It is in the same way the study of shape is geometry and the study of generalizations of arithmetic operations is algebra. Calculus composes of … Read more

What is pythagorean theorem?

“ In mathematics the Pythagorean theorem, also known as pythagoras theorem is a fundamental relation in Euclidean geometry among the three sides of a right triangle.” Stephanie J. Morris says “This famous theorem is named for the greek mathematician and philosopher, Pythagoras. Pythagoras founded the pythagorean school of mathematics in cortona, a greek seaport in … Read more

Hypatia – the earliest female mathematician

Hypatia was the earliest female mathematician. She was born 350 CE and died 415 CE. This makes her about 65 years of age. She was the daughter of Theon. He was a mathematician and an astronomer. Theon is most known for his preservation of Euclid’s Elements. Additionally, he is known for his writing and comments … Read more

10 Successful tips for survey taking

Many of you must have heard about online surveys and thought about how do you take a survey to generate revenue? Well, many companies tend to get information about their customers and ways to improve their service and thus conduct surveys and pay them for their useful feedback and time spent. Now, we are going … Read more

The Integral And The Derivative Calculus Ideas

It is often said that one gets lost in the story, or the world, or even own thoughts, but what kind of lost is being referred to? The lost where you get so mixed up in the story, so overwhelmed that you can’t find which way is up, which way is down, or even have … Read more

The Memoir of Leonhard Euler

Leonhard Euler What mathematician contributed most to Calculus and Trigonometry? This is one of the most debatable questions of the centuries. Some might say Pythagoras contributed the most based on his famous formula, the Pythagorean Theory. While others argue that Plato is the most important mathematician based on his contributions to Calculus. Without a doubt, … Read more

A Very Lucky Wind

In this podcast, two commentators tell the story of a crazy trial of events that involved two girls named Laura Buxton, a balloon, and their friendship brought together by “fate”. They use this story to further discuss the role statistics plays in life event, more particularly probability and randomness. They share all of the unbelievable … Read more

A Contribution Of Archimedes In Physics And Math

When the name Archimedes is mentioned two totally different things come to mind. One might think of Archimedes of Syracuse who is considered to be one of greatest physicist and mathematician of the ancient world. On the other hand, someone might think of that little owl who is Merlin’s sidekick in Disney’s animated version of … Read more

Mathematics, Key Importance To Most Aspects Of Modern Life

Mathematics is of key importance to most aspects of modern life. Due to the great diversity and nature of mathematics it is a subject that is hard to define. Over the years great mathematicians have given there own definitions of mathematics. In general we can define it as ” a group of related sciences, including … Read more

The relationship of mathematics and philosophy

Subjects: Mathematics, Arithmetic, Geometry. Keywords: mathematical inheritance, question of the relationship of mathematics, mathematical documents, knowledge of all secrets, mathematical knowledge of the Egyptians, number of workers, philosophical analysis, main figures. INTRODUCTION The question of the relationship of mathematics and philosophy was first asked a long time ago. Aristotle, Bacon, Leonardo da Vinci – many great minds … Read more