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- A web site dedicated to illustrating underlying concepts of a few topics in mathematics.
- It’s an old joke that mathematicians need just a pencil, paper, and a bin, while philosophers are even more frugal because they don’t need the bin. Yet nowadays more and more of the time of mathematicians, indeed all scientists, is spent at the computer. Whereas twenty years ago I would handwrite a draft of a paper before typing it in, I now do almost all the drafting directly in \LaTeX at the keyboard.
- A web site dedicated to illustrating underlying concepts of a few topics in mathematics.
- Mathematics as a Non-Superstition. Eleven math courses (in the playlists), from high school (precalculus) to early graduate school (functional analysis), taught in such a way that the student should be able to defend (almost) all statements against objection. Playlist List (sorted by last added): Course 4: Linear Algebra Course 3: Calculus II (US) Course 2: Calculus I (Another extra) Course 7: Principles of Mathematical Analysis Course 9: Basic Functional and Harmonic Analysis Course 8: Fourier Analysis Course 8: Complex Analysis Course 6: Introduction to Analysis Course 5: Differential Equations Course 4: Multivariable Calculus Course 3: Calculus II Course 2: Calculus I Course 1: Precalculus
- Seven years ago, the combined wealth of 388 billionaires equaled that of the poorest half of humanity, according to Oxfam International. This past January the equation was even more unbalanced: it took only eight billionaires, marking an unmistakable march toward increased concentration of wealth. Today that number has been reduced to five billionaires. Trying to understand such growing inequality is usually the purview of economists, but Bruce Boghosian, a professor of mathematics, thinks he has found another explanation—and a warning.
- All complex correlated systems, from Arctic melt ponds to the Internet, appear to be governed by the same math as a random matrix.
- Math fonts from six different type systems, courtesy Chalkdust
- Mathematics cartoon about the importance of logical proofs.
- The aim of this book is to illustrate by significant special examples three aspects of the theory of Diophantine approximations: the formal relationships that exist between counting processes and the

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*2014*)*cite arxiv:1401.0300Comment: A few new solutions and references have been added. Preparation of the next 19th issue is underway, new problems are welcome, as well as comments on previous editions.* *Conference on Mathematics Textbook Research and Development (ICMT-2014),**page 13-20.*(*2014*)- (
*2014*)*cite arxiv:1401.0300Comment: A few new solutions and references have been added. Preparation of the next 19th issue is underway, new problems are welcome, as well as comments on previous editions.*