# Archives:

## Grothendieck et la théorie de Galois

30 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

## Topos de Grothendieck

30 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

## Groupes de Galois, le cas abélien

30 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

## Jean-Pierre Serre, prix Abel et plus jeune médaillé Fields

30 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

## Maryam Mirzakhani wins 2014 Fields medal – first woman to do so

30 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

## Alexander Grothendieck: Allons-nous continuer la recherche scientifique? (CERN, 27/01/1972)

30 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

## Reorganizing and Future Plans — Life Through A Mathematician’s Eyes

25 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.I thought it is time for me to talk about a couple of organization things that are under development at the moment. This post will be mostly related to the Facebook pages I have at the moment and what will happen with the other social media platforms. Keep reading if you want to know more […] • Read More »

## Quadratic Play — Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere

25 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.CAVEAT: There isn’t any deep math in this post. There aren’t any lessons or lesson ideas. I was just playing with quadratics today and below includes some of my play. I’ve been struggling with coming up with a precalculus unit on polynomials that makes some sort of coherent sense. You see, what’s fascinating about precalculus • Read More »

## Fields Medal winner Cédric Villani: ‘the human brain is not designed for maths’

25 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.The flamboyant mathematician, whose semi-autobiographical book is published this week, reveals his pet dinosaur, teaching methods and mysterious love of spiders Professor Cédric Villani, 41, is a French mathematician who focuses chiefly on the theory of partial differential equations and mathematical physics. After winning the Fermat and Henri Poincaré prizes in 2009, he was awarded • Read More »

## Mathematics is a difficult subject and we should not conceal it – Cedric Villani

25 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.MUMBAI : Known for his bold and stylish dressing sense, French mathematician Cedric Villani is also called the ‘Lady Gaga of French Mathematicians’. In Mumbai for a public lecture, the Fields Medal winner tells The Free Press Journal that Mathematics is no child’s play! A lot of students find Mathematics a subject difficult. Is it • Read More »

## How a Mathematician Turned an Obscure Number Into a Scary Story

25 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.For the most part, numbers are simply cold indicators, unable of expressing menace or guile, but then there’s Belphegor’s Prime, a supposedly sinister numeric palindrome that has a NUMBER of odd qualities. Or at least that’s what one mathematic trickster would have you believe. The number known as Belphegor’s Prime is exactly, 1,000,000,000,000,066,600,000,000,000,001. For those • Read More »

## A Social Network for Mathematicians!

20 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.ABOUT MATHPUBS MathPubs.com seeks to make the world’s scientific research easy to locate, access, and collaborate on. Our world is changing quickly and the amount of information available is growing immeasurably. In particular, the amount scientific and medical related data is tremendous. Our goal is to bring as much of this information together in one • Read More »

## Why Most People Are Bad at Mathematics?

19 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.

## Some Mathematical Tweets To Read — nebusresearch

17 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.Can’t deny that I will sometimes stockpile links of mathematics stuff to talk about. Sometimes I even remember to post it. Sometimes it’s a tweet like this, which apparently I’ve been carrying around since April: Shepherds in the Lake District once had their own number system for counting sheep… (fr. ‘Lakeland Words’, 1898) pic.twitter.com/3EnzNv7pvQ — […] • Read More »

## Do You Blog About Math? — DeniseGaskins.com

15 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.[Image by Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com (CC BY 2.0) via Flickr.] It’s carnival time again. Activities, games, lessons, hands-on fun — if you’ve written a blog post about math, we’d love to have you join our Math Teachers at Play (MTaP) math education blog carnival. Posts must be relevant to students or teachers of school-level mathematics […] • Read More »

## Differentiable Manifold — Singapore Maths Tuition

15 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.Differentiable manifold An -dimensional (differentiable) manifold is a Hausdorff topological space with a countable (topological) basis, together with a maximal differentiable atlas. This atlas consists of a family of charts where the domains of the charts, , form an open cover of , the are open in , the charts (local coordinates) are homeomorphisms, and […] • Read More »

## Mathematical Miscellany #5 — Mathematics, Learning and Technology

15 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.Twitter can be useful for alerting one to resources / news, note the first two items. Problem Solving – an open access (free) book which looks at research on Mathematical Problem Solving. Note this page for a large collection of free Mathematics books. Jonathan Hall has many excellent Tools for Maths Teachers. Here you will […] • Read More »

## Implicit Function Theorem — Singapore Maths Tuition

15 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.The implicit function theorem is a strong theorem that allows us to express a variable as a function of another variable. For instance, if , can we make the subject, i.e. write as a function of ? The implicit function theorem allows us to answer such questions, though like most Pure Math theorems, it only […] • Read More »

## Calculate this one:

6 Aug 2016 | By Diranlou | 1 Comment | Filed in: Journal.https://www.facebook.com/ArtOfMathematics/photos/a.152024481885601.1073741828.151575005263882/167289967025719/?type=3&theater