LarryBravermanflipped into Science & MathMathematics Limits, schlimits: it’s time to rethink how we teach calculusArs Technica - Jennifer Ouellette Ars chats with math teacher Ben Orlin about his book Change is the Only Constant Calculus has a formidable reputation as being difficult and/or …

Icon version of the Flipboard logoC++ Programming WG21 in my own backyard: Belfast trip report – World of hatcathatcat.com - Author Guy Davidson November turned into a heavy travel month when I agreed to speak at both C++ Russia in St Petersburg and Meeting C++ in Berlin, either side of the …

Dave Stichterflipped into KidsEducation Opinion: Modern high school math should be about data science — not Algebra 2Los Angeles Times - Jo BoalerThanks to the information revolution, a stunning 90% of the data created by humanity has been generated in just the past two years. Yet the math taught in U.S. schools hasn’t materially changed since was

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➰Kit Arrowsmith➰flipped into 🔬⚖️MATHS SCIENCE & PHYSICS⚖️🔬Mathematics Mathematicians Solve 'Twin Prime Conjecture' — In an Alternate Universespace.com - Rafi Letzter Mathematicians have uncovered a big new piece of evidence for one of the most famous unproven ideas in mathematics, known as the twin prime …

CNNHigh School A WWII veteran got his high school diploma at 95CNN - By David Williams, CNN(CNN) — A 95-year-old World War II veteran got his high school diploma more than 70 years after he left school and joined the Marines. Cpl. Lewie Shaw was awarded the diploma on Thursday during a Veterans

Spektrum der Wissenschaftflipped into PodcastsMathematics Peaked Wavesspektrum.de - A. Geyer & G. Thäter Gudrun talks to Anna Geyer. Anna is Assistant professer at TU Delft in the Mathematical Physics group at the Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics. …

twocoatflipped into Psychology/PhilosophyMathematics The Myth and Magic of Generating New IdeasThe New Yorker - Dan RockmoreA mathematician on how to get the mind into motion. Where do ideas come from? That’s a big question. Here’s a smaller one: Where do mathematical ideas come from? I’ve wondered about this from the time

Interesting Engineeringflipped into Interesting EngineeringEngineering What Is Finite Element Analysis and How Does It Work?interestingengineering.com - Trevor English Without finite element analysis, you wouldn't have many of the products around you today.

Education Changes to state standardized test rules advancepressofatlanticcity.com - Claire Lowe TRENTON — The state Board of Education advanced new rules for graduation and standardized testing at a special meeting last month. The latest proposal …

Towards Data Scienceflipped into Machine LearningEquations Lifting 2D object detection to 3D in autonomous drivingtowardsdatascience.com - Patrick Langechuan Liu The four equations posed by the tight constraints can be written as follows. For each 2D bounding box parameterized by the coordinates of the …

Equations Are you smarter than a 12th grader? Can you solve this maths question?theage.com.au - Craig Butt CDs are sold for $7.00 each and DVDs are sold for $13.00 each. We know the total amount of money that Bonnie spent and the number of discs that Bonnie …

Rick Timmerflipped into ScienceMathematics Mathematicians Cut Apart Shapes to Find Pieces of EquationsQuanta Magazine - Kevin Hartnett New work on the problem of “scissors congruence” explains when it’s possible to slice up one shape and reassemble it as another. If you have two flat …

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Towards Data Scienceflipped into PythonMathematics No need to know the end: recursion algorithm and mathematical inductiontowardsdatascience.com - Yeonjoo Smith No Need to Know the End: Recursive Algorithm and Mathematical Induction When I learned mathematical induction and solving a linear system using linear …

Cork BeoCounty Cork Cork Leaving and Junior cert students can avail of early bird maths course offerCork Beo - Frances Watkins Leaving and Junior Certificate students in Cork can now avail of an early bird offer for a maths crash course. Revision seminars for pupils preparing …

Mathematics Mathematician proposes method to simplify the mathematical model of substance transfer through a cell wallphys.org - RUDN University A mathematician from RUDN University has proposed a new scheme for numerically solving equations with fractional powers of elliptic operators. The …

Towards Data Scienceflipped into Editors' PicksMathematics JuMPing into Puzzle Solving with Linear Programmingtowardsdatascience.com - Sarah Eade After reading your problem and getting a strong grasp of the goal, you should start with defining the variables. What would the decision look like? …

Alberto Paolucciflipped into Education!Mathematics Yes, You Can Manipulate Infinity—in Mathmindmatters.ai - Jonathan Bartlett Most of us learned the basic number systems in high school integers (positive and negative whole numbers), fractions (ratios of numbers), real …

Icon version of the Flipboard logoComputer Science Generating De Bruijn cycles with primitive polynomialsjohndcook.com - by John Last week I wrote about a way to use De Bruijn cycles. Today I’ll write about a way to generate De Bruijn cycles. Start with an alphabet of k symbols. …

nthom58flipped into Norm's teachers blogEducation Modern high school math should be about data science — not Algebra 2Los Angeles Times - Jo BoalerThanks to the information revolution, a stunning 90% of the data created by humanity has been generated in just the past two years. Yet the math taught in U.S. schools hasn’t materially changed since was

Los Angeles Timesflipped into OpinionOpinion Letters to the Editor: Math can be hard and abstract. That’s not a reason to teach less of itLos Angeles TimesTo the editor: The piece by Jo Boaler and Steven D. Levitt reveals a blinkered view of what mathematics is and how it gets used in real-life problems such as data analysis. Data analysis and statistics

U.S. News & World ReportMathematics The Best Algebra / Number Theory / Algebraic Geometry Programs in America, RankedU.S. News & World Report Graduate students in algebra, number theory and algebraic geometry courses build upon knowledge first learned in grade school. These are the best …

Towards Data Scienceflipped into Artificial IntelligenceAlgorithms Multiple Linear Regression from Scratch in Numpytowardsdatascience.com - Dario Radečić Linear regression is probably the most simple ‘machine learning’ algorithm. I bet you’ve used it many times, possibly through or any other library …

Express Newspapersflipped into ScienceAlbert Einstein Black hole breakthrough: How Einstein’s ‘unsolvable’ theory was ‘simply’ crackedexpress.co.uk - Callum Hoare SCIENTISTS were able to make a breakthrough over the presence of a black hole in the universe thanks to the “simple” calculations from a legendary …

Kids Seven (and a half) Years, Time to Move ontimesofisrael.com - Suzy Israel Way back on August 3rd, 2012, the 13th cycle of the worldwide studying of the Talmud, known as Daf Yomi began and I like so many others jumped on …

Natalie Parsleyflipped into MathematicsMathematics Mathematicians prove a theorem that would help calculate the movement of water in porous rockphys.org - RUDN University Mathematicians from RUDN University have proved the unique continuation theorem for a one-dimensional solution to a fractional order diffusion …

Mathematics WIDE OPEN WEDNESDAY: Doing the Mathiheart.com - wmmbam.iheart.com I was OK with math until the 5th grade.Fractions, they’ll get ya every time.But I managed to survive through those and then pre-algebra and algebra, …

Education State Board of Ed advances proposal to eliminate some standardized testsnjtvonline.org - Justin Cook In an almost unanimous vote, the New Jersey State Board of Education advanced a proposal that would reduce the number of standardized tests and …