- Best way to teach Functions :P
- The goal of this conference is to bring together mathematicians from a range of fields, and practitioners from the digital arts (animation, 3D printing, laser cutting, CNC routing, virtual reality, computer games, etc). The attendees will share their expertise in mathematics and with the procedural tools used to illustrate mathematics. In addition to talks in the traditional style, we plan to hold several workshops to train attendees about a variety of digital media, in particular 3D printing.
- How would you fit an equation to the shape of an egg? This site suggests an equation of the form Note that if k = 0 we get an ellipse. The larger the parameter k is, the more asymmetric the shape is about the y-axis. Let's try that out in Mathematica: ContourPlot Here's another plot with k = 0.05. This one's a little
- A collaboration between mechanical engineers and mathematicians has revealed universal rules for how wrinkles form.
- Course at MIT in 2014
- Applications are open for the ACT Applied Category Theory Research School 2018! And because arithmetic science and geometric science are connected, and support one another, the full knowledge of numbers cannot be presented without encountering some geometry, or without seeing that operating in this way on numbers is close to geometry; the method is full…
- 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

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