Publicado el 14 de Junio, 2020, 14:10
We’ve been building a new tool called Penrose, which takes a big step toward automatically visualizing mathematics.
Medieval maths! This table was written around 1110 at Thorney Abbey, Cambridgeshire. It helps you multiply fractions from 1/8 to 1/2304, by integers from 1 to 10000.
Ranks of Elliptic Curves
In Mathematics, It Often Takes a Good Map to Find Answers
In a Single Measure, Invariants Capture the Essence of Math Objects
The ‘Useless’ Perspective That Transformed Mathematics
Topological Logic - a rod through one hole of a double torus can pass through both with some careful stretching of the surface.
How can you add something with period 6 and something with period 20 to create something with 7-fold symmetry?