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Unveiling the Enigma of Primes: The Riemann Hypothesis Deciphered
Unveiling the Enigma of Primes: The Riemann Hypothesis Deciphered
Cracking the Riemann Hypothesis: The Key to Understanding Prime Numbers
Dr. Jason Benskin
Jun 11
The Most Influential Math Discoveries in 2023 and Their Global Impact
The Most Influential Math Discoveries in 2023 and Their Global Impact
How 2023’s Biggest Math Discoveries Are Shaping the Future
Dr. Jason Benskin
Jun 11
Fermat’s Last Theorem: The Heartbeat of Mathematics
Fermat’s Last Theorem: The Heartbeat of Mathematics
Exploring the Timeless Beauty and Modern Applications of Integer Arithmetic
Dr. Jason Benskin
Jun 9
Why do we subtract the slope * alpha in Gradient Descent?
Why do we subtract the slope * alpha in Gradient Descent?
If we are going in the direction of the steepest descent, why not add instead of subtract?
Ms Aerin
Oct 19, 2017
Let’s derive Chi-Squared PDF from normal distribution *intuitively*
Let’s derive Chi-Squared PDF from normal distribution *intuitively*
We can calculate the probability density function (PDF) of a random variable from its cumulative distribution function (CDF) using…
Ms Aerin
Sep 9, 2017
The difference between Batch Gradient Descent and Stochastic Gradient Descent
The difference between Batch Gradient Descent and Stochastic Gradient Descent
[WARNING: TOO EASY!]
Ms Aerin
Sep 20, 2017
What is a Positive Definite Matrix?
What is a Positive Definite Matrix?
and why does it matter?
Ms Aerin
Jan 4, 2019
The Gradients of Linear Regression cost function
The Gradients of Linear Regression cost function
The cost function for linear regression is:
Ms Aerin
Sep 15, 2017
Why the Normal (Gaussian) PDF looks the way it does
Why the Normal (Gaussian) PDF looks the way it does
Although this might not be the most rigorous derivation of the Gaussian PDF (Probability Density Function), this note might help you…
Ms Aerin
Aug 24, 2017
Astrology: Decoding Cosmic Scripts and the Synchronistic Tapestry of Existence
Astrology: Decoding Cosmic Scripts and the Synchronistic Tapestry of Existence
“The universe’s history is, essentially, an immense and ongoing quantum computation. It can be viewed as a quantum computer.”
Cosmic Program
Jul 7, 2023
P=NP would mean we’re a bunch of dumb apes
P=NP would mean we’re a bunch of dumb apes
Why should you care about complexity theory anyway?
Rohit Pandey
Oct 17, 2022
Why all numbers are imaginary
Why all numbers are imaginary
In mathematics, imaginary numbers are all multiples of i with a real number. They are called imaginary because they are the solution to the…
R. Harvey
Jul 4, 2023
Can Math Increase Your IQ?
Can Math Increase Your IQ?
Intelligence is a funny thing. It depends on many different parts of you, including the capacity to process information, solve problems…
Caroline Archer
May 20, 2023
How to tell a distribution has no mean by just looking at its PDF
How to tell a distribution has no mean by just looking at its PDF
Might want to check this out if you enjoy explosions.
Rohit Pandey
Jan 23, 2022
Data science in battle: Applying graph theory to the Ukraine war
Data science in battle: Applying graph theory to the Ukraine war
The Google maps team can totally swing this battle if they wanted to
Rohit Pandey
Apr 4, 2022
Numpy Sum Axis Intuition
Numpy Sum Axis Intuition
I’ve always thought that axis 0 is row-wise, and axis 1 is column-wise.
Ms Aerin
Aug 26, 2017
[Text-to-SQL] Learning to query tables with natural language
[Text-to-SQL] Learning to query tables with natural language
How to model a natural language interface for relational databases
Ms Aerin
Jun 4, 2020
Why is the inner product of orthogonal vectors zero?
Why is the inner product of orthogonal vectors zero?
It is “by definition”. Two non-zero vectors are said to be orthogonal when (if and only if) their dot product is zero.
Ms Aerin
Mar 31, 2019
Why Math Games Are Important
Why Math Games Are Important
∘ Why Math is Important in Everyday Life ∘ Benefits of Math Games ∘ How Do Math Games Help Students ∘ How Will Math Games Help You…
Caroline Archer
Jun 21, 2023
NeurrNet: Idealization of Sentient Networks in Neuro-Cognitive Modeling (Part 1)
NeurrNet: Idealization of Sentient Networks in Neuro-Cognitive Modeling (Part 1)
A thought wrapped around the mathematical landscape
Harshal Janjani
Nov 6, 2023
What is column space? (with a Machine Learning example)
What is column space? (with a Machine Learning example)
When people say vector space, column space, subspace, etc., what do they mean by “SPACE”?
Ms Aerin
Apr 8, 2019
Demystifying Complex Math Concepts: Breaking Down Advanced Topics for Everyone to Understand
Demystifying Complex Math Concepts: Breaking Down Advanced Topics for Everyone to Understand
Mathematics can often seem intimidating, especially when it comes to advanced topics like calculus or linear algebra. I know that from…
Caroline Archer
May 17, 2023
How to implement the derivative of Softmax independently from any loss function
How to implement the derivative of Softmax independently from any loss function
The main job of the Softmax function is to turn a vector of real numbers into probabilities.
Ms Aerin
Sep 3, 2017
The Myth of Pareto’s Garden
The Myth of Pareto’s Garden
Where does the 80:20 rule come from?
PC Hubbard
Feb 12
Normal Equation for Linear Regression
Normal Equation for Linear Regression
Frequently Asked FAMGA Applied Scientist Interview Question
Ms Aerin
Oct 5, 2017
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