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13 Fascinating Numbers Around Us — When Beauty Meets Math.
Numbers & Mathematical Concepts that Everybody Needs to Know.
13 Fascinating Numbers Around Us — When Beauty Meets Math.
Numbers & Mathematical Concepts that Everybody Needs to Know.
Sofien Kaabar
in Cantor’s Paradise
Jul 22
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17 min read
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An Introduction to Polynomial Regression
A generalization of simple linear regression and a special case of multivariable linear regression
Xichu Zhang
in Towards Data Science
Aug 5
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Intuition behind the Concept of the Derivative and its Applications
We have all encountered derivatives at one point or another. There are many definitions roaming the Internet. It is the slope of the…
Panos_Michelakis
Aug 5
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5 min read
What Is Calculus? A Beginner’s Guide to Limits and Differentiation
Calculus is a study of rates of change of functions and accumulation of infinitesimally small quantities. It can be broadly divided into…
Eugene Brennan
Aug 3
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Math is Supposed to be Easy
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One is the loneliest prime number
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What would you say to a room of 500 teenagers? Here’s what I said
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Should We Replace The Decimal System?
I saw an interesting post on a friend’s Facebook wall today. It talked about how bad the system for time is. You have base 12, base 24, and…
Ali A Hussain
Aug 5
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4 min read
Can You Solve The 666 Problem?
A Devilishly Delightful Distraction
Adam Hrankowski, ADHD
in MathAdam
Aug 4
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A Mathematical Paradox: The Gabriel’s Horn
Gabriel’s Horn is a geometric figure that has infinite surface area and a finite volume.
The Lion
Aug 4
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Why Metals Feel Colder than Wood on a Cold Winter Morning?
Role of thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, and thermal effusivity
Sumit Joshi
in Cantor’s Paradise
Aug 4
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6 min read
How to Calculate Percentage?
Figure out how much you save from the 30% discount or how much tip should you leave for the waiter
Artturi Jalli
Aug 4
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6 min read
Gibrat’s Law: The Central Limit Theorem’s Forgotten Twin
Warwick Data Science Society
Aug 4
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10 min read
Fermat’s Last Theorem As You’ve Probably Never Seen It.
We look into generalizing one of the most famous problems in mathematics in a very simple manner.
StephenwithaPhD
in Cantor’s Paradise
Aug 4
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13 min read
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