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Science needs Mathematics!

January31

You might say, “Of course Science needs Mathematics, just as cars need engines.” In some ways, Mathematics is the glue that holds Science together. Mathematics powers the Sciences! This begs the question – “Does Mathematics need the Sciences?” “Mathematics is used in Physical Science for measurements and to show relationships. Arithmetic consists of simple operations […]

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Have you taken your daily dose of bedtime math?

January28

Finally, someone else gets it too – doing Mathematics should be fun and a regular dose of fun math on a daily basis will certainly help. The mission of Bedtime Math is, “…to help kids love numbers so they can handle the math in real life.” This site brings a host of interesting math facts, […]

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Great Galloping Galaxies in 4GB!

January24

The Hubble Space Telescope of ESA has captured the largest and sharpest image of the Andromeda galaxy that lies at a distance of 2.5 million light years. The image was first released at the meeting of 225th meeting of American Astronomical Society (AAS) in early January and is comprised of 1.5 billion pixels. It uses […]

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Manjul Bhargava shares his love for Mathematics

January22

“India’s Math Genius Manjul Bhargava talks to NDTV (New Delhi Television) about his love for mathematics, and suggests that the teaching of math in India can be made fun and ‘less robotic’, using even magic tricks as teaching aids. He also touches on the mathematical nature of the tabla and other forms of music. NDTV: […]

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Da Vinci inspires Museum Exhibit

January15

For Leonardo da Vinci, mathematics was the ultimate key to understanding nature and could be applied in both art and science. He applied the results of his wide exploration of Mathematics, in particular the key principles of geometry and proportions, to all other disciplines of his practice. Da Vinci’s interest in geometry was instigated by […]

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Accidental Mathematician – literally!

January15

From ABC News comes this remarkable story of what H3 calls an “Accidental Mathematician“. “Working behind the counter at a futon store in Tacoma, Wash., is not the place you would expect to find a man some call a mathematical genius of unprecedented proportions. Jason Padgett, 41, sees complex mathematical formulas everywhere he looks and turns them […]

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Mathematics and The Universal Machine

January13

Wikipedia describes Alan Turing, as “a British pioneering computer scientist, mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, philosopher, mathematical biologist, and marathon and ultra distance runner”. This description overlooks the enigma (puzzle) that surrounded this great mathematical mind. And it was an Enigma that challenged his mind to the ultimate test! Mathematicians love challenges that seem to defy logic. […]

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Even Mathematics needs a vacation!

January6

Yes, H3 is having a few days on vacation, which reminds us of some great Math activities to do while heading away on vacation. Click on the following image to check out a host of fun Math travel vacation acitivites to do while you are travelling to that favorite destination, etc. Even H3 was doing […]

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Welcome to 2015

January1

2015 (MMXV) is the 2015th year of Anno Domini (“in the year of the/our Lord”, abbreviated AD) designations, the 15th year of the 3rd millennium, the 15th year of the 21st century, and the 6th year of the 2010s decade. Because the world is divided into Time Zones, we were able to celebrate the New Year first […]

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