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What does Mathematics stand for?

If we think deeply about “what does Mathematics stand for?”, or if you do some quick online search about this topic (of course, you can’t replace “Mathematics” with “Math” is this case, because google will think you’re searching for the meaning of the abbreviation “Math”), you are not going to find much!

Maxima tutorial (Starter Level): Differentiation

This differentiation with Maxima tutorial is created with a Windows machine, however, all the commands we use here will work on any other platform, especially on Android devices 🙂 What you will learn from this Maxima Tutorial: Evaluating Expressions in… Continue Reading →

New trig functions are making Trigonometry so “easy”

Trigonometric functions, as we all know, have great importance when it comes to several fields of physics and signal treatment. They have been used in Euclidian Geometry before its “death”, whether to prove specific properties or to compare distances.

Applied Mathematical Modeling: a General Introduction

Applied Mathematical Modeling | Solving some systems of PDEs lead the specialist to come out with a new Mathematical model … and I’ve done..

5 Math Equations that changed our Life and how they did it!

Most people are thinking that Mathematics (and more specifically: Math equations) have a minor impact on our life because it’s a “Mental science”. Well, these are the “stupid” ones, they just tell you what they see: They don’t think at all!

A simple Math problem you’ll (probably) never solve

Today, I’ll simply show you that you are not using one of the oldest math (calculations) rules your teachers spent hours on teaching you (when you were younger). So, let me tell you what my Math problem is:

Beautiful Notes about the 153 number!

Yesterday, while I was searching for a method to create Sudoku Puzzles using the Maxima Great Program (Actually, I’ve created a simple algorithm for Matlab, and I’m Trying to translate it to Maxima) -However, couldn’t do it perfectly till now!- I’ve noticed some amazing Facts about this particular number: 153.

How to solve Sudoku Mathematically!

In this article, and for simplicity’s sake, I’ll just take a Sudoku puzzle which is considered as “Evil” (hard level) and show you how to solve it.

3 Math facts you should know about

if you have 57 people in one place, there is a chance of 99% that we have two of them sharing the same birthday

Math trick: Predict the sum of a series!

Actually, this is a very old game, which i was playing with my little brother. I just remembered how was he behaving when I was predicting the sum (and get it right) each time we play it.

Math tips: How to find the square root mentally!

I’m going to teach you a brilliant method to ”easily find the square root of any perfect square number (mentally, of course)”. It’s extremely easy to remember and to implement! But, please, note that it can be used only with “Perfect Squares”.

Glad he mentionned the depth of mathematics!

“All mathematicians share… a sense of amazement over the infinite depth and mysterious beauty and usefulness of mathematics.” -Martin Gardner

“All mathematicians share… a sense of amazement over the infinite depth and mysterious beauty and usefulness of mathematics.” -Martin Gardner

decadic numbers : Another self-square number

As I’ve mentioned in this amazing previous post, there is another number which is the square of itself (not 0, not 1, another “one”). We will make some interesting operations here so please follow carefully.

Yesterday Was …

I just wanted to inform you about the new "2-sides Timeline" layout of our beloved home page. - And let me tell you that we launched it at 2:22 of 22/23/24

I just wanted to inform you about the new “2-sides Timeline” layout of our beloved home page.
– And let me tell you that we launched it at 24 :22 of 22/23/24

Amicable numbers – friends with benefits

Back in the day, there was a gang of folks called The Pythagoreans, a closed bunch of fellows which recognized one another by means of secret signs. The gang’s leader, Pythagoras was a great man, known even today, mostly thanks to his theorem

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