Mathematics (from Greek: μάθημα, máthēma, 'knowledge, study, learning') includes the study of such topics as quantity (number theory), structure (algebra), space (geometry), and change (analysis). It has no generally accepted definition.Mathematicians seek and use patterns to formulate new conjectures; they resolve the truth or falsity of such by mathematical proof. When mathematical structures are good models of real phenomena, mathematical reasoning can be used to provide insight or predictions about nature. Through the use of abstraction and logic, mathematics developed from counting, calculation, measurement, and the systematic study of the shapes and motions of physical objects. Practical mathematics has been a human activity from as far back as written records exist. The research required to solve mathematical problems can take years or even centuries of sustained inquiry.
Rigorous arguments first appeared in Greek mathematics, most notably in Euclid's Elements. Since the pioneering work of Giuseppe Peano (1858–1932), David Hilbert (1862–1943), and others on axiomatic systems in the late 19th century, it has become customary to view mathematical research as establishing truth by rigorous deduction from appropriately chosen axioms and definitions. Mathematics developed at a relatively slow pace until the Renaissance, when mathematical innovations interacting with new scientific discoveries led to a rapid increase in the rate of mathematical discovery that has continued to the present day.Mathematics is essential in many fields, including natural science, engineering, medicine, finance, and the social sciences. Applied mathematics has led to entirely new mathematical disciplines, such as statistics and game theory. Mathematicians engage in pure mathematics (mathematics for its own sake) without having any application in mind, but practical applications for what began as pure mathematics are often discovered later.
The Korean textbook standard defines the convexity of the function as an open section. Many textbooks and university calculus textbooks define the convexity of the curve as an open section. However, some textbooks define convexity as closed sections.
Do you think it is right to define the...
Attempt at question No. 1:
ΔD = ∂D/∂h * Δh + ∂D/∂v * Δv
∂D/∂h = 3Eh^2/(12(1-v^2))
∂D/∂v = 2Eh^3/(12(1-v^2)^2)
Δh = +- 0,002
Δv = 0,02
h = 0,1
v = 0,3
ΔD = 3Eh^2/(12(1-v^2)) * Δh + 2Eh^3/(12(1-v^2)^2) * Δv
Because the problem asked for maximum percentage error then I decided to use the...
Consider the following example:
Point A has coordinates 45 lat, 0 long. Point B has coordinates 45 lat, 2 long. Both points are 5000 ft above sea level. The distance between them is X.
Point C has coordinates 45 lat, 100 long. Point D has coordinates 45 lat, 102 long. Both points are at sea...
The mathematician and mathematical physicist Alain Connes has expressed in many occasions that he is a Platonism and he thinks that mathematics itself does exist in the same level (or even in a "stronger" level) as physical reality.
This is very similar to Max Tegmark's hypothesis of the...
In Nielsen and Chuang p.223 we have the following situation:
$$\frac{1}{2^t} \sum\limits_{k,l=0}^{2^t-1} e^{\frac{-2\pi i k l}{2^t}} e^{2 \pi i \varphi k} |l\rangle$$
Which results from applying the inverse quantum Fourier transform to state ##\frac{1}{2^{t/2}} \sum\limits_{k=0}^{2^t-1}...
I have calculated the height of the segment using the Pythagorean Theorem and that's currently where I am right now. I don't seem to find any equations that can help me. Though I might be not trying hard enough or using the wrong words because I'm not really fluent in mathematical terms as you...
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I don't know if that's the correct place to ask this (didn't want to pollute the science and math textbooks recommendations), sorry if it is not.
I have undergraduate physics and mathematics textbooks that I am trying to sell. I live in Belgium and I bought textbooks...
I came across a rather strange thing in an introductory class I still don't understand.
There was a statement that $$lim_n (2+ \sqrt(2))^n $$ is an integer. I recalled that I never understood this and just recently tried to take the limit but just get that the expression diverge? Which I think...
Should i read Introduction to Calculus and Analysis by Courant?
I have calculus background I want to study multivariable and single variable in rigorous way
There is a lot of books in this subject like Spivak, apstoal,Courant,... . I am not sure what to choose
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I have a particular equation in a paper, wherein the author specifies an infinite series. The author has apparently found the sum of the series and calculated the equation. Can anyone please help me in understanding how to sum such a series. I have attached part of the paper with the...
I have been trying to read through the following paper: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1367-2630/18/6/063032/pdf, but am stuck at the parts from page 6 onwards.
What is the "approach/formalism" used in the following sections of the paper, and are there any gentle introductions...
My attempted solutions was, for example let's say we have 4 atoms, and if i ask the oracle about any two atoms that are connected by edge, i can narrow done some possibilities to two atoms.
I'm still not sure where i am going with my solution, but if any of you can think this through and come up...
I have attached a word document demonstrating the working out cos i was too lazy to learn how Latex primer works and writing it like I did above would've been too hard too read. I tried to make it as understandable as possible, presenting fractions as
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I'm talking about "Mathematical Tools for Physics by James Nearing".
https://www.amazon.com/dp/048648212X/?tag=pfamazon01-20
it seems it cover lots of math... but it feels like it's just a reference book..
will it be enough?
or should i get more specialized books to learn each subject thoroughly?
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I am a Belgian master in physics and astronomy with a couple of years of working experience under his belt, who recently decided to obtain a second master in statistics. Normally I should graduate in 2020. My goal is to become a data scientist, but preferably within a scientific context...
When The denominator is checked, the poles seem to be at Sin(πz²)=0, Which means πz²=nπ ⇒z=√n for (n=0,±1,±2...)
but in the solution of this problem, it says that, for n=0 it would be simple pole since in the Laurent expansion of (z∕Sin(πz²)) about z=0 contains the highest negative power to be...
One of the last classes I'm taking before finishing my degrees as an undergraduate is abstract algebra. My professor uses the textbook 'Contemporary Abstract Algebra' by Joseph Gallian. The book isn't written terribly nor is the teacher a poor one, but I just find this subject so...
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I'm currently a freshman and I need to choose my program next year! My goal is to pursue physics and go to graduate school for theoretical physics (experimental is still an option). I firstly planned to do a joint honours in mathematics and physics which is offered by the Math department in...
High school student here...
Recently, I've found an interest in topology and am trying to figure out the correct path for self-studying. I am familiar with set theory and some concepts of abstract algebra but have not really studied any form of analysis, which from what I've read is a...
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Before I post my question, let me admit that my foundation on mathematics is poor. I am trying to work on it, specifically on the application part.
When I came through the following image, I was stuck to understand why I will need one like Taylor's series in a simple case like "F+ΔF = F...
High school student here...
Over the past year or so, I've developed an intense interest in mathematics. I work problems every day and I am constantly working to grow my knowledge.
As a junior, I am currently in AP calculus and will most likely be eligible for Calc 3 my senior year. I'm...
hi everyone, I'm electrical engineer student and i like a lot arnold's book of ordinary differential equations (3rd), but i have a gap about how defines action group for a group and from an element of the group.For example Artin's algebra book get another definition also Vinberg's algebra book...
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I have a degree in Electrical,Electronics and Communication Engineering and I work in Computer networking/Cybsersecurity field.
Lately, I met one guy and we both decided to do some indepdendent research in electromagnetism as we both have fare amount of love for Physics( I'm in...
What would be the best degree to have along side a degree in computer science? I am thinking it is either physics or mathematics.
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I am trying to understand the images that I have posted below.
Each layer of Mathematical Structure Hierarchy in the image in this post and Mathematical Space Hierarchy in the image in this post are: statements.
1. What do these statements of each layer of these hierarchies in the...
Homework Statement
I've spent at least 1.5 hours on this problem trying to figure out what i did wrong and I can't find anything. With an exam in two days plus another chapter to go through.
Regardless, here are the problem(6) and answer, as well as my work. Hope you can read it, and the...
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I have a sequencing problem ##(N, \sigma_{0}##, ##\{p_{j}\}_{j\in J}, \{c_{i}\}_{i\in N})## with ##N = \{1,2,3\}## the set of players, and ##J = \{A,B,C,D,E,F\}## the set of jobs. The processing times of the...
So in my future numerical analysis class the recommended book i liked the most was Numerical mathematics by Quarteroni :
https://books.google.pt/books/about/Numerical_Mathematics.html?id=m-bHBAAAQBAJ&printsec=frontcover&source=kp_read_button&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false
Since i like this...
I'm a computer scientist with aspirations to apply myself to fundamental research, data analysis, or computation, in physics; And these are the books I've purchased so far but haven't read.
Which order do you think I should read these? Or more generally, how should I schedule the reading of...
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I am currently attending a community college and at the end of spring, I will graduate with associates in mathematics and physics with roughly a 3.90(depending on the what GPA you're talking about). Physics and math are my life and I dedicate virtually all of my free time...
In multiverse theory, where it is supposed to describe ALL outcomes, a mathematical multiverse is the ultimate ensemble and there are not more levels than this, but it doesn't contain all the imaginable universes because, as Max Tegmark himseld quoted in a paper "the mathematical universe...
Chaos is when the waveforms become aperiodic. I think bifurcation is the phenomenon inclusive of chaos and in addition, it is also termed for situations in which the waveforms become n-periodic.Does bifurcation include period-n phenomenon as well as chaos? From period-n it means that still the...
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Homework Statement
The picture below.
Homework Equations
cos2x=1-2sinx
sin2x= 2sinxcosx
The Attempt at a Solution
I got the modulus by using the Pythagoras theorem which is 2sin theta
But I faced difficulty to find the argument. I have no idea why i end up with tan a (alpha) = cot theta...
I was out and about today and observed a dog walker playing frisbee with their dog. I noticed the frisbee gliding gracefully through the air as the dog jumped to grab it, clutching the ring-like disc in its mouth.
It got me to thinking about airflow over the disc, the lift and drag properties...
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Hi everyone, I am trying to learn the underlying number theory concepts behind cryptography, and I was wondering if anyone knows of good resources for learning about number theory as applied to cryptography. I was hoping to practice writing proofs as well. Thanks!
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I came across a Quadratic Equation that looks like this.
5x2 + 4x + 9 = 0.
The '5' in the above equation is called Quadratic Coefficient.
The '4' in the above equation is called Linear Coefficient.
The '9' in the above equation is called Constant.
The 'x' in the above equation is called...
Hey guys I figured out something new about color theory in additive color mixing.
So, the primary colors in additive color mixing are R, G, and B (Red, Green, and Blue).
The secondary colors are C, M, Y (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow).
Using basic knowledge we know that
R + G = Y
R + B = M
G + B = C...
Hello. I have been looking into trigonometric identities that helps to simplify a question in mathematics. But the question that I have is, why do I need to simplify a question?
For instance:
Sin(x) * Cos(x) means Sin(2*x)/2.
I have no answer that tells me why I simplify Sin(x) * Cos(x) to its...
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I have been admitted in Utrecht and UvA (University of Amsterdam) for the Theoretical Physics masters. I am having a hard time deciding between the two and I was thinking that someone might have an opinion on one or the other (or even better on both). Any kind of information is...
Homework Statement
Solve ## \frac{d^2y}{dt^2} + \omega^2y = 2te^{-t}##
and find the amplitude of the resulting oscillation when ##t \rightarrow \infty ## given ##y=dy/dt=0## at ##t=0##.
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I have found the homogenious solution to be:
##y_h =...
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I currently a student in mechanical engineering and i reached the conclusion that maths from the point of view of mathematicians is lot more interesting than the eyes of engineers (for me at least).
One of my friends in the maths department suggested to me to read real...
I am a 24 Year Old Chartered Accountant (Indian). I used a peculiar direct entry scheme for the qualification, which essentially means I do not have an undergraduate degree. The last time I learned any sort of intensive math was in 12th Grade (Commerce + Math).
However, I am interested in...