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 the great math mystery
 N is a number. A portrait of Paul Erdős
 Handson start to WolframAlpha notebook edition — by Hastings and Mischo
 Handson start to Wolfram Mathematica – and Programming with Wolfram language — by Hastings, Mischo and Morrison
 Tool choice for math number and symbol manipulation
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the great math mystery
just watched this very amusing documentary, which after showing math effectiveness and ineffectiveness to describe, model, predict, our reality, researching the question whether math is invented or discovered. my, not so subtle, thoughts on this:1. who cares2. unanswerable3. how usable … Continue reading
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N is a number. A portrait of Paul Erdős
Just watched this documentary about this remarkable mathematician, who lived between 1913 and 1996. Remarkable for the number of publications, remarkable for the number off people he published with and remarkable for traveling with a half full suite case and … Continue reading
Handson start to WolframAlpha notebook edition — by Hastings and Mischo
Even for secondary school too simple and uninspiring. My advice is to not buy it and don’t read it.
Handson start to Wolfram Mathematica – and Programming with Wolfram language — by Hastings, Mischo and Morrison
The first few hundred pages you are enthusiastic what is all possible with Wolfram products, during these pages you must have met chapters that are of no interest to you and you got the feeling it scratches surfaces, but nowhere … Continue reading
Tool choice for math number and symbol manipulation
Of course while learning math I have to do a lot of exercises using brain, pen and paper. When doodling and maybe also sometimes while learning 😉 I want some of the work done by a computer, therefore I tried … Continue reading
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Tagged mathematica, matlab, matplotlib, numpy, scipy, sympy, tools, wolfram, wolframalpha, wolframone
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Tool choice for math note taking, summaries, home work …
Note taking with pen and paper, with a stylus on a tablet, using keyboard and note taking app on a tablet … what did I do and where am I going for now. No requirements study, just a couple of … Continue reading
Fermat’s Last Theorem – Simon Singh
Joy from all angles. With titbits and tidbits, which you might or might not have known, like for example we still didn’t proof whether or not there are slightly excessive numbers. Useful for understanding numbers, useless according to dandy Hardy, … Continue reading
Weapons of Math Destruction – Cathy O’Neil
What it is about, Wikipedia, with a bit of kris, says it clearly enough: O’Neil, a mathematician or how she calls herself math babe (https://mathbabe.org), analyses how the use of big data and algorithms in a variety of fields, including … Continue reading
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So sad, young mathematician killed
This really makes my stomach turn. You can’t really trust news, but this comes in from several sources and this source seams trustworthy to me https://matholymp.com.ua/en/2022/03/08/yulyazdanovska2/