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i solved my maths basically.— Use @edsouthall (@solvemymaths) January 21, 2020
Here it is. #DisruptJMM https://t.co/DdGBGsLBKe pic.twitter.com/pIPCd6Nu9s— Dr. Wandering Point (@WanderingPoint) January 18, 2020
If you take any real number and repeatedly applying the cosine to it, the result always converges to the same constant (0.73908...). This problem shows that the convergence is fast enough that the differences add up to some differentiable function. #calculus #Math pic.twitter.com/8scsuWldTV— Sam Walters ☕️ (@SamuelGWalters) January 18, 2020
Want to try this again - please RT for reach:— Mark C. (@LargeCardinal) January 21, 2020
Alice is looking at Bob. Bob is looking at Chris. Alice is standing. Chris is not standing.
Question: Is someone who is standing looking at someone who is not standing?
The answer will follow :P curious how people approach this.
Burgers’s equation is one of the simplest non-linear partial differential equation, with solutions exhibiting shocks. https://t.co/1oKcPgiNBe pic.twitter.com/GFGVgx0FZt— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) January 19, 2020
Some abstract theorems can be used as tools to simplify matrices to practical ends. Here is an example utilizing the beautiful result on the polynomial algebra K[x] being a PID (principal ideal domain) for any field K - leading to the Jordan canonical form. #algebra #math pic.twitter.com/V8nxn8nzh5— Sam Walters ☕️ (@SamuelGWalters) January 19, 2020
La actriz, inventora e ingeniera de telecomunicaciones Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000) falleció hoy hace 20 años.— Marta Macho Stadler (@MartaMachoS) January 19, 2020
Junto al compositor George Antheil, inventó una primera versión del espectro ensanchado. https://t.co/EDdSSL8yl5
Good snow day for a Tinker Box to arrive in the mail. Double pendulum (chaotic) with LED shining on a glow board. Hours of fun! pic.twitter.com/SsT1hQuboY— Alex Kontorovich (@AlexKontorovich) January 19, 2020
pic.twitter.com/Ik5akjfrQA— ∞-Homo(A,B) (@Category_Fury) January 19, 2020
Basic Abstract Algebra: Groups— ∞-Homo(A,B) (@Category_Fury) January 19, 2020
So, last we left off we discussed sets and monoids. Monoids will be our jumping off point in discussing groups! So, a group is a set with a binary operation that is associative and unital, as monoids are. (1/12)
A binomial sum identity I came across in some calculations today. #math pic.twitter.com/nKLErYPOcQ— Sam Walters ☕️ (@SamuelGWalters) January 24, 2020
Re-sharing as #DisruptJMM fades & #DisruptMath emerges!— Benjamin Dickman (@benjamindickman) January 19, 2020
Direct link to #DisruptMaths presentation [#TMCNYC19]:
Hoping the mathematical `Disruption` cuts across pre-K to 12 as well as post-secondary and other mathematical spaces.
[#MTBoS + #iTeachMath] https://t.co/Z1dFQq8KgK
Veterans with traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can have constant pain & reduced cognitive function. I wrote the law to improve care for service members with TBIs & am disgusted the president would trivialize these severe injuries. Our troops deserve better. https://t.co/dWTdZHtGHQ— Jerry McNerney (@RepMcNerney) January 22, 2020
Entropy is the amount of information you don't have about the random details of a system: what you'd need to describe those details.— John Carlos Baez (@johncarlosbaez) January 19, 2020
It takes 500 zettabytes to fully describe a gram of liquid water, but a manageable amount per molecule!
I know, *everyone* is hiring for machine learning these days. It is OK if you like this, but if you still love (like me) (a) good old fashioned computational integer linear programming and (b) teaching, write me an email; we are hiring PhDs/postdocs @OR_RWTH #orms— Marco Lübbecke (@mluebbecke) January 23, 2020
A mixture of Gaussians model can be represented as a weighted points cloud (actually a measure) over the mean/covariance domain. Mixture fitting is a non-convex optimization problem. https://t.co/zuaAu2GwcR pic.twitter.com/PFAesnpfko— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) January 23, 2020
Presentació de la cloenda de la Jornada d'Educació Matemàtica d'ahir:— Daniel Ruiz Aguilera (@druizaguilera) January 19, 2020
"Materials manipulatius, un camí cap a l'abstracció"
https://t.co/jqOmxiQWaq #jemtorrent #iteachmath #matxat pic.twitter.com/MGnGv6UbBc
#mathfail https://t.co/YUnEWvIdMz— Amie Albrecht (@nomad_penguin) January 19, 2020
√2 is irrational ≡ there’s no isosceles right triangle with integer sides pic.twitter.com/7SZh69Rx8X— Tamás Görbe (@TamasGorbe) January 18, 2020
Tiling a 16x16 board, with one unit removed, using L shaped tiles. Recursively divide into four smaller boards, place the tile on those not containing the omitted square. This reduces to four smaller instances of the problem. Works with any square board of size 2^n. pic.twitter.com/jyUmJtLlzH— Joel David Hamkins (@JDHamkins) January 21, 2020