Tag Archives: Mathematics
Michael Feathers (@mfeathers) posted a link on twitter to a nice little statistics assignment. If you would like to solve it yourselves, stop reading when you get to the mathematics, otherwise it will spoil your fun. Enjoy 🙂 Currently a … Continue reading
How difficult can it be?
I really enjoy logical and mathematical problems, so when I came across the “world’s hardest easy geometry problem” I was quite excited. I mean, how difficult can it be, right? 180 degree in a triangle and you are set. I … Continue reading
I recently wrote a blog post on beautiful mathematics. Mathematics can be beautiful or pleasing in many ways, one of them being if the proof is elegant. Apparently one of the theorems for which the greatest number of proofs exists … Continue reading
While reading an article on the General Unified Theory, I came across a reference to what the author considered beautiful mathematical equations. It got me thinking: what would I consider beautiful math? I must confess right away, that it has … Continue reading
I was reading an article about palindromes the other day, and came across a formel definition of palindromic numbers. Although palindromic numbers are most often considered in the decimal system, the concept of palindromicity can be applied to the natural … Continue reading