1. J

    Natural History and one of the researchers

    Bears vs Chiefs Live Streaming
  2. W

    Math History. Some Algebra.

    'Sup guys? Got some more math history here. Instructor hasn't shown how to do these problems so I'm coming here hoping to find some solutions! :) First problem asks to express (14(180)^(1/2))^1/2 in the form a+(b)^(1/2) where a and b are integers. I'm honestly not even sure where to start with...
  3. T

    This is a historical and challenging problem

    https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=ZGVmYXVsdGRvbWFpbnxtYXRoYWRheXxneDo0MGFjN2RiMjQ0NDQyMzlk * Please answer this in detail *
  4. G

    Online calculator with history

    Online calculator with history GetCalculator.net
  5. Drexel28

    Question on the History of a Notation

    Often when one does field theory, or at least this was my experience, one's first encounter notationally with a field is that they are generically denoted F or \mathbb{F}. This of course makes sense for the same reason that vector spaces are generically denoted V, modules and monoids M, rings R...
  6. M

    full history recurrence

    Hi, Do you know how to convert this recurrence into an equivalent limited history form or maybe somebody know how we can write it as iteration S_{0}(z)=\frac{S(z)}{z} S_{m}(z)=\frac{1}{z}\sum_{k=0}^{m-1}\frac{S_{k}(z)}{m-k} Thank you for help, Magdalena
  7. M

    The most important books in the history of Math and Sciences

    Dear all, I'm an artist working on projects concerning maths and technology. I'm working on a conceptual work about human knowledge and for that I'm collecting the most important books concerning maths, engineering and sciences. I'm looking for the book (or books) considered the essential...
  8. M

    History of Mathematics

    I wasn't sure where to post this so hear it goes... Who may be the first person to discover Non-Euclidean Geometry? How did this person verify a result of Non-Euclidean Geometry in the physical world? Is the result conclusive? Who followed him and worked independently to accomplish that same feat?
  9. B

    Math History Questions (MTH105)

    Greetings, I hope that this is the correct place to put these questions. I can't really find any section of the forum that would particularly fit this... Anyhow, I'm currently in a college math class (MTH-105) where we basically just go over the history of math and mathematicians, and don't...
  10. M

    The history and development of minimum variance unbiased estimators

    hello there every1. i would really appreciate it if someone could give me a quick run down of the development of MVUE with regards to estimating a maximum of a sample of data. i am reuqired to write a project on the HISTORY of the German Tank Counting Problem which makes use of MVUE. i am...
  11. mathbuoy

    history of pi

    hi everyone!! ~may i know what's the important points to include when writing the history of pi? *suggestion of sources are welcomed too (Nod)
  12. T

    history behind integration by parts

    I don't know if this is something you can help with, but I am looking for some background information on integration by parts. Was the original idea different from today's? How was it first discovered? Who first discovered it? How did it change the way the world viewed calculus? Which came...
  13. arbolis

    Question about history of mathematics

    Hi all, Has the physicist R.Feynman invented path integrals?