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Part of Our Life: The Number e
Part of Our Life: The Number e
Pi is not the only popular number. There is also another perfect number, e. Actually is far more than a number. It is literally part of…
Waldo Otis
Oct 10
The First Step for Mathematical Thinking: Epsilon
The First Step for Mathematical Thinking: Epsilon
When I close my eyes and go back in time, I see a college student sitting in the back row and looking sad while the professor is standing…
Ali Kayaspor
Oct 8
Does 0.9999… Really Equal to 1?
Does 0.9999… Really Equal to 1?
Why does 0.999 recurring equal 1? As a reminder, the “….” means the nines repeat infinitely; they never terminate. When we write numbers…
Waldo Otis
Sep 9
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Leibniz and His Approach to God
Leibniz and His Approach to God
It is known that Kurt Gödel worked intensively with Leibniz towards the end of his life. Gödel’s obsession with Leibniz had reached such a…
Waldo Otis
Sep 3
How Euclid’s Brain Works
How Euclid’s Brain Works
I remember that my mathematical education has started with numbers. First my father, then later my elementary teacher, taught me how to…
Ali Kayaspor
Sep 2
The Motion Paradox: The Infinite Arithmetic of Our Motion
The Motion Paradox: The Infinite Arithmetic of Our Motion
A paradox is a statement that, despite apparently sound reasoning from true premises, leads to an apparently self-contradictory or…
Waldo Otis
Aug 9
The Things That Mathematics Cannot Explain
The Things That Mathematics Cannot Explain
There are some mind blowing facts and games related to mathematics that even mathematics cannot explain. I just like to call those facts…
Ali Kayaspor
Jul 28
The Mysterious Connection between Honey Bees and Mathematics
The Mysterious Connection between Honey Bees and Mathematics
““…that vast book which stands forever opened before our eyes, I mean the universe, … cannot be read until we have learned the language……
Ali Kayaspor
Jun 24
Moving a Sofa Mathematically
Moving a Sofa Mathematically
The moving sofa problem is inspired by the real-life problem of moving furniture around. Probably, a mathematician was carrying his sofa…
Waldo Otis
Jun 16
Describing Nature with Beautiful Mathematics
Describing Nature with Beautiful Mathematics
There’s a mathematical order inherent in our universe. Let’s start with rivers. If we measure the length of a river and divide by the…
Waldo Otis
May 30
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