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This should be the cheapest ceramic cooker on the market. PowerPac is a reliable Singaporean brand that has been on the market for quite some time. At the price of $29.90, the Ceramic Cooker even comes with a free stainless … Continue reading
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1. Lagrange Theorem: Order of subgroup H divides order of Group G Converse false: having h  g does not imply there exists a subgroup H of order h. Example: Z3 = {0,1,2}…
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陈省身香港科技大学 演讲经典 (Highly Recommended – spoken in English & Chinese) http://www.bilibili.com/video/av5473133 他的女婿是香港科大校长。现任校长是 Prof 陈繁星 Tony F. Chan , the ‘Search Algorithm Thesis’ supervising Prof of the 2 Google founders in Stanford University, Applied…
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Since Ancient Greek : Euclid had proved there are infinite primes. Sieve of Eratosthenes to enumerate the primes. Recent time 3 Mathematicians GPY attempted another Sieve method to find the bounded gap (N)…
Betta fish are quite intelligent and curious. I trained my Betta fish to do some simple tricks. I bought my 5 Gallon tank on Qoo10: Betta Fish Tank. The modern viewpoint is that Betta should not be kept in small bowls … Continue reading
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浙江临海市 算盘博物管主人 雷国华 收藏算盘20年，散尽储蓄，感慨涕下不已。 https://youtu.be/d3ua6tz4Gos 中国的算盘上面2珠 (2×5)，下面5珠(5)， 共15，加1 = 16 进位。古代是16位 (Hexadecimal) 制， 半斤 八两 (= 1/2 斤 x 16 两 = 8 两)。 日本改良成10位制: 上面1珠 (1×5)，下面4珠(4)， 共9，加1 = 10 进位。 https://youtu.be/DiHfHJAjAlk
The following rotation matrices rotate vectors by an angle in an anticlockwise direction about the , , or axis respectively (the rotated axis points towards the observer). Example 1 Rotating anticlockwise about axis: Example 2 Rotating anticlockwise about axis:
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《十二平均律》 是明朝 ＂布衣王子＂ 朱载堉 (1536年－1610年) 发明的，由当时在中国传教的意大利人 利马窦 (Matteo Ricci, 1552 – 1610), 传给欧洲的法国数学家 Marin Mersenne (Mersenne Prime ) 。现代音乐之父 巴哈 Bach 第一个采用，制作世界第一架钢琴有12黑白键，并作曲 《Bach 12tone Equal Temperament》。 朱载堉把 “1” 到 “i” 的八度 (Octave) 分为等比…
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Julius Wilhelmina Richard Dedekind (6 Oct 1831 – 12 Feb 1916) – Last student of Gauss at Göttingen – Student and closed friend of Dirichlet who influenced his Mathematical education – Introduced the…
For those living near the top floor of HDB blocks, you may experience low water pressure since the water tanks are typically built at the rooftop of HDB flats. The pressure exerted by a column of liquid of height h … Continue reading
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Key Notes: Rational Numbers Q eg. 1/2, … Complete but non Continuous. Irrational numbers eg. Real number is Complete and Continuous Dedekind Cut The Proof of “0.999… = 1” by using Set Theory…
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Bit Coin is only one application of Block Chain. https://youtu.be/g_fSistU3MQ
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Let Then, This method is about the same speed as the GaussianElimination method. However, if you have already calculated det(A), using the formula may be slightly faster. The formula provides an insight on why A is singular (not invertible) if … Continue reading
Despite many cashless initiatives like PayLah, Singapore is not yet a truly cashless country. Coins are still needed to buy coffee or tea at the “Kopitiam”, or to put a $1 coin for pushing a trolley at supermarkets. Even if … Continue reading
Some video footage of my new Horned Nerite Snails in the Betta Tank. Really amazing and bright colors. Taken using Canon PowerShot: Canon Camera and Camera Case Singapore The fish tank is 5 Gallon: Betta Fish Tank
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FINAL EPISODE – Riemann Complex Plane : 4 dimension but viewed in 3 dimensions Episode 1 – 9 : History Episode 10: Complex function Function : 1 input mapped to 1 output Multifunction…
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Simplest explanation by Cheh Wu: (4 Parts Video : autoplay after each part) Revision: Dot Product of Vectors https://www.khanacademy.org/math/linearalgebra/vectorsandspaces/dotcrossproducts/v/vectordotproductandvectorlength Gradient Descent (opposite = Ascent) https://www.khanacademy.org/math/multivariablecalculus/multivariablederivatives/gradientanddirectionalderivatives/v/whythegradientisthedirectionofsteepestascent
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This video follows after the previous video on Simplicial Complexes. If you are looking for quality Math textbooks to study from (including Linear Algebra and Calculus, the two most popular Math courses), check out…
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André Weil told the Japanese professor Goro Shimura that Prof GH Hardy talked nonsense, mathematics is not necessary for young men below 35. Recent math breakthroughs are accomplished by men above 40, because…
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http://simonsfoundation.org/features/sciencenews/unheraldedmathematicianbridgestheprimegap/ On April 17, 2013, a paper arrived in the inbox of Annals of Mathematics, one of the discipline’s preeminent journals. Written by a mathematician virtually unknown to the experts in his field…
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Visually cut a cake 1/5 portions of equal size: 1) divide into half: 2) divide 1/5 of the right half: 3) divide half, obtain 1/5 = right of (3) 4) By symmetry another…
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Verify: 2,578,314 x 6,321,737 = 16,299,423,011,418 ? 2,578,314 => (2+5+7+8+3+1+4)) =30 => (3+0) = 3 6,321,737 => (6+3+2+1+7+3+7)=29 => 2+9 = 11 => (1+1) = 2 3 x 2 = 6 16,299,423,011,418 => (1+6+2+9+9+4+2+3+0+1+1+4+1+8) = 51 => (5+1) =…
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The traditional way of cutting cake a la ‘Camembert Cheese’ is wrong. https://youtu.be/lhJBY84WKUw
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Terence Tao (1975, Adelaide): Chineseamerican, with IQ 230240, full professor at 24. Fields Medalist. https://youtu.be/bUwbO73q0iA
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(French) Groupes de Galois, le cas abélien Jean Pierre Serre ♢ Youngest Fields Medalist in history at 27. ♢ Wolf Prize in 2000 ♢ 1st person to win Abel Prize in 2003. Listen…
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Click here: Free Career Quiz Holder’s Inequality is a very useful inequality in Functional Analysis, hence many results can be proved by applying Holder’s Inequality. Suppose that and . Prove that if in , then in . Proof: Assume in . … Continue reading
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这位石教授的”抽象代数”很棒, 一来是他退休前的最后一课, 二来他总结为何老师教不好, 学生上完课好像听到3个大头”鬼” (群group, 环ring, 域field), 但没实际摸过。 他的第一和第二课很好, 与众不同的花时间讲 “动机”: Motivation – Why study Abstract Algebra ? 抽象代数01: Motivation https://youtu.be/AGd1TZIKr0 抽象代数02: 复数扩域 C 扩域 (Extended Field)数学思维 = 人解决问题的思维 例: 国内不可行的问题, 跳出国门, 扩大到世界领域,…
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【台湾壹週刊】 速食店员竟然是数学天才 张益唐 (1955 – ) : 北京大学 – 美国数学博士。因为执着数学理论的真理, 得罪美国大学台湾籍论文教授, 毕业后找不到大学教职, 在朋友的 Subway 速食店做会计8年, 潜心业余思考世界数学大难题: Twin Primes Gap, 终于攻破。 他的下一个目标是Riemann Hypothesis, 困扰数学家百年的难题: “素数 (Prime numbers)的分布”都集中在 Zeta function complex plane的 实轴(real = 1/2)…
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James H. Simons, the Jewish mathematician who made $14 billion using Math modelling for Hedge Fund. [Watch from 31:00 mins to 35 mins]. He told the Nobel Physicist Frank Yang (杨振宁) that the…
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Simons Foundation New 2015 Full Documentary #WorldMathsDay” – https://youtu.be/IuGI6pQFZC0 Math Mystery Tour (BBC) https://youtu.be/iQlg86lsyo
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If one has a sequence of real numbers , it is unambiguous what it means for that sequence to converge to a limit : it means that for every , there exists an such…
Interesting Career Personality Test (Free): https://mathtuition88.com/freecareerquiz/ Let be a measure space, and let be a measurable function. Define the map , , where denotes the characteristic function of . (a) Show that is a measure and that it is absolutely continuous … Continue reading
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Question on @Quora: In the French Classe Préparatoire 1st year “Mathematiques Supérieures”, we wanted to test our admired Math Prof whom we think was a “super knowall” mathematician. We asked him the above…
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99% of my friends get it wrong, except a 13yearold boy who can ‘see’ it. Wrong answer : 25 Answer (below): Try before you scroll down. . . . . . . .…
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PSLE is “Primary School Leaving Exams” for 11~12 yearold children sitting at the end of 6year primary education. The result is used as selection criteria to enter the secondary school of choice. Hint:…
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1. Basic: y= 0 or > 0 for all y 2. Limit: ; x≠a xa≠0 and always >0 hence For all ε >0, there exists δ >0 such that 3. Continuity: f(x) continuous at…
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For x>0, find limit L of f(x)= (x³+5x)/x 1) guess L: f(x)= x(x²+5)/x= x²+5 => L= 5 when x>0 2) epsilondelta Proof: find δ in function of ε such that: f(x)5 < ε (x²+5)5 <ε…
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Why Newton’s Calculus Not Rigorous? …[1] cancel x (≠0)from upper and below => …[2] In [1]: we assume x ≠ 0, so cancel upper & lower x But In [2]: assume x=0 to get…
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Rigorous Analysis epsilondelta (εδ) Cauchy gave epsilondelta the rigor to Analysis, Weierstrass ‘arithmatized‘ it to become the standard language of modern analysis. 1) Limit was first defined by Cauchy in “Analyse Algébrique” (1821)…
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1. The electron orbits: first 4 orbits from atom s, p, d, f s = Sharfe (Sharp) p =prinzipielle (principle) d = diffusiv (diffuse) f= fundamentale (fundamental) 2. eigen (special) eigenvector eigenvalue eigenfunction…
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万门大学抽象代数7: “定义良好” (Welldefined) 集合: Set (S) 等价关系: Equivalence Relation (~) 商集 : Quotient Set (S/~) 映射 : Mapping (f) Prove : f is welldefined ? https://youtu.be/uFjX6WQUs8
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北京航空航天大学：数学大观 第2讲 数学抽象 无招胜有招” 1. Euclid 5条公理 (Axioms) => 全部 几何 (Geometry) 2. Galois 运算律 (Laws of Operations) => 抽象代数 (Abstract Algebra) https://youtu.be/8zsyPCRpjtE
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3 Wide Discomforts For Abstract Math Students 1. Group : Coset, Quotient group, morphism… 2. Limit εδ: Cauchy 3. Bourbaki Sets: Function f: A> B is subset of Cartesian Product AxB. Students should…
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Throw 2 dies, the sum of points i, j and probability P (i+j): 2(1/36) 3(1/18) 4(1/12) 5(1/9) 6(5/36) 7(1/6) 8(5/36) 9(1/9) 10(1/12) 11(1/18) 12(1/36) => Bell curve symmetric both sides, peak 1/6 (sum 7).