No Math in Public

“As mathematicians, we know one of our first rules is no math in public. We want people to think we know how to do it without having to show them we can do it.” — Partial differential equations professor Reference: http://mathprofessorquotes.com

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Famed mathematician claims proof of 160-year-old Riemann hypothesis

Here we go to have a real surprise, as they say the smoke arise from the big logs. (it is a Persian proverbs showing the importance of experience of elders rather energy of youths) From https://www.newscientist.com | By Gilead Amit​ | 21 September 2018  One of the most important unsolved problems in mathematics may have been solved, […]

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The Birth Of Calculus (1986)

Calculus is almost the most known branch of mathematics in which over the university students in each discipline from economy to physics would face with it during their study at university. here you will watch a documentary  about its roots and the time it was born. It is an excellent scientific video, although it is […]

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Titans of Mathematics Clash Over Epic Proof of ABC Conjecture

From: http://matthewmadduxeducation.com Titans of Mathematics Clash Over Epic Proof of ABC Conjecture Erica Klarreich: In a report posted online today, Peter Scholze of the University of Bonn and Jakob Stix of Goethe University Frankfurt describe what Stix calls a “serious, unfixable gap” within a mammoth series of papers by Shinichi Mochizuki, a mathematician at Kyoto University who is renowned for his brilliance. Posted online in 2012, Mochizuki’s […]

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Linear Spaces and Grassmannians

The fourth video in the Non-linear algebra series is now online! In this lecture, Mateusz Michałek discusses two fundamental examples of algebraic varieties: linear spaces and Grassmannians. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7wUWF50ChU

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Addicted to Reading Papers

Some English daily newspapers publish in Iran, among them Tehran Times and Financial Tribune are the best sellers. The only one that is available in my area of life is Tehran Times. In addition to all the websites that I review every day, I also try to buy a paper version of Tehran Times. Photo […]

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Celebrate the mathematics of Emmy Noether

From nature.com |  12 SEPTEMBER 2018 |  An algebra pioneer who faced discrimination deserves wider recognition on the centenary of her namesake theorem. Emmy Noether was a force in mathematics — and knew it. She was fully confident in her capabilities and ideas. Yet a century on, those ideas, and their contribution to science, often go […]

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Literacy gap between women and men decreasing in Iran

Among all dreadful news we receive every day, which make us feel pain in our hearts, sometimes there are good news that turn the light of hope in my heart. Among them are the good news correspondent to the situation of women of Middle East. The Area is by itself a dilemma and only few […]

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5 Tips for Improving Students’ Success in Math

From edutopia.com Teachers who coach teams in a mathematical modeling challenge share ideas for helping students develop more confidence. |By Rachel Levy | July 6, 2018 | What does it take to improve student success and interest in math? The Philadelphia-based Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) asked more than 400 U.S. high school math teachers for […]

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The world’s 50 most powerful blogs

FROM THE GUARDIAN |9 March 2008| From Prince Harry in Afghanistan to Tom Cruise ranting about Scientology and footage from the Burmese uprising, blogging has never been bigger. It can help elect presidents and take down attorney generals while simultaneously celebrating the minutiae of our everyday obsessions. Here are the 50 best reasons to log […]

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