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sub-at-omicsteminist · 2 days ago
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art-of-mathematics · a day ago
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Pendulum oscillation
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polyphonetic · a month ago
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this equation is NOT cute. numbers actually hate being under a square root symbol and it distresses them
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funnytwittertweets · 3 months ago
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jaubaius · a month ago
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This is so funny
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sleepy-bebby · 4 months ago
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Easy way to find the centre of the board if it’s not an even number.
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one-time-i-dreamt · a month ago
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I died, I guess, and the afterlife had that feature where people from the living world would send messages to dead loved ones. My first letter was, in fact, a question from kids (who I didn't know) that asked me how to solve a math equation.
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snail-and-snail · a month ago
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countability
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beyoncescock · 10 months ago
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truenoodle · a year ago
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Oh god this resonates so much. I don't know how to communicate the emotions I felt being one of like 3 women in a class while all 20-30 guys around me made rape jokes and laughed and told me to lighten up when I complained, or talked about "what type of Asian is your favourite" like we were breeds of dog or cuts of meat, or hear the guy beside me say "who cares?" when the prof announced that the first woman had just won the fields medal, or even just the blatant staring when I walked into class like I was some kind of foreign object.
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art-of-mathematics · 22 hours ago
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Today's lil möbius strip sketch...
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[ballpoint pen]
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jadagul · a year ago
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There is a semi-famous math algorithm developed by David A. Cox and Steven Zucker. It is known as the Cox-Zucker machine.
For a long time I'd been assuming that they knew what they were doing, but today, via Peter Woit, I got confirmation. Cox writes in a memorial for Zucker:
I met Steve in the fall of 1970 when we were entering graduate students at Princeton. We both studied algebraic geometry, though I was more algebraic (à la Grothendieck) while Steve was more transcendental (à la Griffiths). This made for some lively conversations. A few weeks after we met, we realized that we had to write a joint paper because the combination of our last names, in the usual alphabetical order, is remarkably obscene.
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wingedcatninja · a month ago
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I just woke up from a nightmare. A teacher (I haven't been in school for over 20 years) gave me a math problem to solve. I struggled with it until I cried. I never solved it.
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funnytwittertweets · 3 months ago
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super-perfectqueen-reyna · a year ago
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My math teacher sent this to the math group chat (read d/m/y)
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sixpenceee · 10 months ago
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Engineering in action | source
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sleepy-bebby · 10 months ago
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