my relation to Math:
I learned 6h for my Math test - arggghhHHH!!!!
but my dad says:
But it is really a matter of motivation . . . . .
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This video is a review of Two Dimensional Vectors. This video goes over 5 examples that make use of the algebraic definition of scalar multiplication and vector addition.
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The golden ration (aka golden mean) is exactly 1.61803398875. It's commonly represented by the greek letter phi. It is a proportion or aspect ratio found most prevalent in nature. It's been known to describe natural beauty most pleasing to the human.
It was perhaps most famously represented in Leonardo Da Vinci's sketch shown below.
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Last weekend I was trying to help my friend study for her College Algebra exam. The course is at the local community college and is the gatekeeper of the Associate’s Degree for all those lacking a mathematical prowess. Panicking at my kitchen table, she expressed her distaste for the subject and the bland nature of every course she’d taken:
“Math is so fucking stupid, I cannot imagine why I need to know this.”
I wanted to tell her how amazing math is, or plead how beautiful its ability to describe the natural world can be. Alas, if you can’t even factor a quadratic function, you cannot relate to the beauty inherent in mathematics.
The blame falls on her textbook, dry and uninspiring, and on her lame professor. Crucial processes, the ones some of us take for granted as second nature, were ill-defined. And this class is not alone. This was the case in every math class from the day she entered elementary school.
This is the result of a lifetime of never internalizing the many c
I spent a week in Florida, and I spent a lot of that time collecting shells with my kids. What a perfect time to teach them about the Fibonacci sequence. Nature creates some of the strongest and most durable shapes and materials. None more readily apparent than in the shells of snails, conch's, and various other shells. Enjoy these few amazing specimens I found.
A light-hearted break from my usual posts, inspired by @schneidor.
So here is a sample:
Far too many to choose from.
Which are your favourites?
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A sculpture I made in 2014. In this piece I looked at the geometry which occurs in natural minerals like Pyrite and using 3d modelling software, I created a form which seems to followed a generative mathematical order. This piece looked at knowledge as it exists in the human and natural realm.
Hive, marine plywood, paint, 800x800mm,
Interplay, Curated by Mary Cremin, Dublin, Ireland.
and you see jokes and cartoons on their door. I know this post isn't for everyone. But perhaps I can put a smile on some peoples faces. In the following, you see my favorite math cartoons that my colleagues at the university have on their doors. Oh and of course I don't have some on my door :) cough cough
Here is my top 5:
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Hey good people,
this is the next round of my number sequence series. (Continued from here). By the input of some useres I will give some additional info for those who are not familiar with these kind of enigmas:
What is the missing number and how to compute?
[8; 9; 2; 8; 6; 8; 8; 4; *]
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9 + 6 + 1 = 2
5 + 3 + 1 = 1
9 + 4 + 2 = ?
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1000*Log10(4) = c.602 because 10^0.602 = c. 4.
So, what happened in the year 602 A.D.?
In the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Emperor Maurice was murdered by a subordinate named Phocas, who immediately became the new emperor. This led to renewed wars with Persia, with whom Maurice had previously had good relations. The official religion of the Persians was still Zoroastrianism, as Mohammed did not begin reciting the Quran until 610.
Amsuvarman, the first Thakuri king, takes power in Nepal in 602, and chooses Kathmandu Valley as the site of his palace.
AEthelbert of Kent writes the oldest known code of Anglo-Saxon laws, The Laws of Aethelbert, in 602. A sample:
*If a freeman steal from a freeman, let him make threefold bot; and let the king have the wite and all the chattels.
If a freeman lie with a freeman's wife, let him pay for it with his