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## Probability theory

Probability Theory. A look at the history and application of probability

## The Paradox of the Proof

On August 31, 2012, Japanese mathematician Shinichi Mochizuki posted four papers on the Internet. The titles were inscrutable. The volume was daunting: 512 pages in total. The claim was audacious: ...

## 10 Secret Trig Functions Your Math Teachers Never Taught...

On Monday, the Onion reported that the

## 10 Coolest Mathematics Results - Listverse

Many people are put off by the obscure symbols and strict rules of math, giving up on a problem as soon as they see both numbers and letters involved. But

## Math Monday - The Squared Square - The Museum of Mathematics...

## Animatronic Chess Set Made From 100,000 Legos

In a project sponsored by Lego Mindstorms themselves, a group called Team Hassenplug has made this incredible motorized chess set and board. Each piece moves under its own propulsion, play is controlled by a touch screen interface where you can play ...

## bit-player » Blog Archive » A slight discrepancy

The image above shows the mesh top of a patio table, photographed after a soaking rain. Some of the openings in the mesh retain drops of water. What can we say about the distribution of those drops? Are they sprinkled randomly over the surface? The r...

## Mathematicians use network theory to model champion Spanish...

## First proof that infinitely many prime numbers come in pairs...

Mathematician claims breakthrough towards solving centuries-old problem.

## Translating Math Geek into English: Divergence, Curl, and...

To most outsiders, modern mathematics is unknown territory. Its borders are protected by dense thickets of technical terms; its landscapes are a mass of indecipherable equations and incomprehensible concepts. Few realize that the world of modern math...

## Horm > Geometric toy > Oloid

## GmailTeX

LaTeX in Gmail, adds TeX and LaTeX capability to Gmail

## Burton MacKenzie: What's the most optimal numeric base?...

## bansktblog - Golden Ratio in logo designs

bansktblog - the blog by Saikat Banerjee

## Miscellaneous

## 120-cell

This short computer graphics animation presents the regular 120-cell: a four dimensional polytope composed of 120 dodecahedra and also known as the hyperdodecahedron or hecatonicosachoron. The figure is built up through a sequence of subsequent foldi...

## Hypercomplex Fractals

## The Mathematicians

I think I spent almost two months just working on this. Excluding the time not working on this piece, it probably would have taken me about a month if I went at it non-stop. But now it's all finished. Here are the mathematicians featured in this pict...

## Gyroscopic Platform in Microgravity

Saturday Morning Science