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Leader of new school for kids who love math to give Bay Area math talks, conduct Q&As with kids, parents San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
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In 1637, the French lawyer and part-time mathematician Pierre de Fermat put forward a simple and elegant numerical riddle that would puzzle and confound math geeks for 358 years.
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In his 1989 book "The Emperor's New Mind", Roger Penrose commented on the limitations on human knowledge with a striking example: He conjectured that we would most likely never know whether a string of 10 consecutive 7s appears in the digital expansion of the number pi.
Pythagoras made his name with his and Einstein spent more than a decade developing his general theory of relativity but this Valentineâ€™s Day you can buy a place in mathematical history for your lover and name a theorem after them forever. (PRWeb UK) February 10, 2011 This Valentineâ€™s Day, TheoryMine, a spin-out company from the University of Edinburgh is giving romantic souls the opportunity to name a new theorem after their beau. According to mathematical tradition, the author...
SAN FRANCISCO, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Echofon released version 1.0 of their Twitter app for the Mac today, which can be purchased for $20 or is available for free with ads by 140 Proof.
NEW YORK, March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- A profound and thought-provoking book unveils a relevant concept concerning human knowledge.
PARIS, September 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Shoot&Proof(TM) enables you to take certified photos which constitute legally valid evidence (as shown by audits and cases won).
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.