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Math Encounters – The Museum of Mathematics Math Encounters Next presentation: “Peeling the World” Oct 1 at 4:00 PM by David Swart Mathematics This page is a list of mathematics articles in Mathematics and Multimedia. You might also want to check the Post List page which contains the newest posts in major categories. The complete list of posts arranged by month can be found in the Archives page. Complex Numbers Series The Divisibility Series WWW interactive multipurpose server WWW Interactive Multipurpose Server at wims.unice.fr Searching for a resource Help Searching for a class

Hammack Home This book is an introduction to the standard methods of proving mathematical theorems. It has been approved by the American Institute of Mathematics' Open Textbook Initiative. Also see the Mathematical Association of America Math DL review (of the 1st edition), and the Amazon reviews. dialectical materialism Dialectical materialism (sometimes abbreviated diamat) is a philosophy of science and nature, based on the writings of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, and developed largely in Russia and the Soviet Union.[1][2] It was inspired by dialectic and materialist philosophical traditions. The main idea of dialectical materialism lies in the concept of the evolution of the natural world and the emergence of new qualities of being at new stages of evolution. As Z. A. Jordan notes, "Engels made constant use of the metaphysical insight that the higher level of existence emerges from and has its roots in the lower; that the higher level constitutes a new order of being with its irreducible laws; and that this process of evolutionary advance is governed by laws of development which reflect basic properties of 'matter in motion as a whole'.

The Beauty of Mathematics: A Visual Demonstration of Math in Everyday Life This lovely video short from Yann Pineill and Nicolas Lefaucheux of Paris video production agency Parachutes succinctly demonstrates the underlying mathematics behind everyday occurrences in the format of a triptych. On the left we see the mathematical equation, in the middle a mathematical model, and on the right a video of such things as snowflakes, wind, sound, trees and magnetism. The video begins with the following quote: “Mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty — a beauty cold and austere, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music.” —Bertrand Russell

Math Fraction Game With this math fractions game, your kids can learn to add fractions the fun way. First, download and print the math fraction game cards, preferably onto cardboard, and in color if you can. You'll find that there are actually three types of cards in the pack. LiveGraphics3D Example: Two Color Volumes Here is how to create these graphics within Mathematica: g=Show[Graphics3D[{ EdgeForm[],Table[{ FaceForm[RGBColor[x,y,z],CMYKColor[x,y,z,0]], Polygon[{{x,y,z},{x+0.2,y,z},{x+0.2,y+0.2,z}, {x,y+0.2,z}}] },{x,1,0,-1/3},{y,1,0.,-1/3},{z,1,0.,-1/3}] },Lighting->False,Background->GrayLevel[0]]] This will show the topmost picture within Mathematica. The following command is used to produce an appropriate InputForm of g: NumberForm[InputForm[N[g]],4]

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