### Concepts of Gender and Mathematics

Introduction In 1896 Charles Darwin wrote “The chief distinction in the intellectual powers of the two sexes is shewn by the man's attaining to a higher eminence,...

### Analysis on Tristram Shandy's Paradox

Tristram Shandy's Paradox According to an Encyclopedia entry on NationMaster.com (2009) it is generally considered that the publications of Laurence Sterne's The Life and Opinion of...

### Accounting Ratio Analysis for Finances

Ratio analysis is a useful tool for analyzing financial statements. Calculating ratios will aid in understanding the company's strategy and in understanding its strengths and...

### Mathematical Learning in the Early Years

Introduction This is a well known fact that the early years of a child's life are very important in terms of their emotional and social development,...

### The Concept of Probability in Mathematics

Probability is a way of expressing knowledge or belief that an event will occur or has occurred. The concept has been given an exact mathematical...

### The Algorithm of Gaussian Elimination

In linear algebra, Gaussian elimination is an algorithm for solving systems of linear equations, finding the rank of a matrix, and calculating the inverse of...

### The Pigeonhole Principle Forms

PIGEONHOLE PRINCIPLE. Student redefine this as common sense behind this basic idea of this mathematical principle; if there are n objects to be positioned in...

### Explanation of the Gantt Chart

Its use a simple logic calculations to identify the critical path, it does include: - A sequence of activities has a timing duration. - Adding the timing...

### Types of Mathematics and Engineering

Engineering: Engineering is the word that does not have proper definition. Every person thinks with different point of view so create different definition but most commonly...

### Correlation of Mathematics With Other Subjects

“No subject is ever well understood and no art is intelligently practiced, if the light which the other studies are able to throw upon...

### Models of Lesson Planning for Mathematics

Introduction Planning the word it contains more weightage as compared to any other word. We can only achieve any target often a proper planning strategy....

### Maths Teaching Guide: Geometrical Constructions

12 Geometrical Constructions You know using various instruments of the geometry box-ruler, compass, protractor, divider, set square etc. construction of lines and angles. construction of...

### Maths Teaching Guide: Algebraic Expressions

6 Algebraic Expressions You know to write the terms, coefficients and factors of an algebraic expression. to classify an algebraic expression as monomial,...

### Cracking Ciphers Through Mathematics

Math Exploration: Cracking different Ciphers Rationale From the ancient times to the modern day cryptography has played an important role in our lives. This mathematics exploration is...

### Overview of Famous Mathematicians

Mathematicians’ Manifesto A young man who died at the age of 32 in a foreign land he had travelled to, to pursue his craft. A...

### History of Mathematics

180 BC Hypsicles: Number Theory Hypsicles was born in 190 B.C. in Alexandria Egypt. He was a mathematician and astronomer. He wrote the “Anaphorikos” or...

### Applications of Mathematics in Real Life

Applications of Mathematics in Real Life Situations 1.0 Application of Matrices Matrix concepts can be applied in various fields such as: Quantum...

### Application of Matrices in Real-Life

Application of matrix in daily life Matrices are used much more in daily life than people would have thought. In fact it is in front...

### Introduction to Sacred Geometry

By Arthur Simoes Introduction in keeping with historic cultures, outstanding scientists, brilliant minds of philosophy and religion. knows geometry is aware of the universe,...

### Solving Large Systems of Linear Simultaneous Equations

NICOLE LESIRIMA METHODS OF SOLVING LARGE SYSTEMS OF LINEAR SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS PROJECT DESCRIPTION Linear systems simulate real-world problems using applied numerical procedure. The main aim of this...

### Symmetry and Group Theory in Relation to Wallpaper Groups

Mark Anderson 1.1 Group Theory Group Theory was derived from three other areas of mathematics, number theory, the theory of algebraic equations and...

### Partitioning Methods to Improve Obsolescence Forecasting

Amol Kulkarni Abstract- Clustering is an unsupervised classification of observations or data items into groups or clusters. The problem of clustering has...

### Elementary Number Theory

Bernard Opoku qCarl Friedrich Gauss, born into a poor working class family in Brunswick, now lower Saxon, Germany and died in Gottingen, Germany. He was...

### Statistics with Aviation Application

Christopher Wright A. Type ofstatistical testyou planto conduct(check one, and giverelevantdetails) ï‚¨ 1-sample t-test a) Target population: b) Research variable: c) Research question: d) Expected result: ï‚¨ matched pairs t-test a) Target...

### Computable Numbers: The Turing Machine

Louise Scupham This essay will explore the Turing machine and its relationship with computable numbers and an introduction to real numbers of various types. I...

### Hopf Algebra Project

Petros Karayiannis Chapter 0 Introduction Hopf algebras have lot of applications. At first, they used it in topology in 1940s, but...

### Number of Folds in Paper: Thickness of Earth to Sun

Calculating the number of folds and the hypothetical size of a piece of paper so that its thickness equates to the distance from the...

### Rook Polynomials and Chess

Introduction Chess is a complex strategical board game. The board on which the game is played is an eight by eight grid. Each player begins...

### Euler's Totient Theorem

Summary Euler Totient theorem is a generalized form of Fermat's Little theory. As such, it solely depends on Fermat's Little Theorem as indicated in...

### Cost Analysis using Quantity Discounts

Cost Analysis using quantity discounts for time dependent demand and varying holding cost R.P. Tripathia* and Shweta Singh Tomarb aDepartment of Mathematics, Graphic Era University, Dehradun...

### Tower of Hanoi - Solutions

Introduction The Tower of Hanoi is a puzzle popularized in 1883 by Edouard Lucas, a French scientist famous for his study of the Fibonacci sequence....

### Lagrange Multipliers in Mathematics

Lagrange multipliers arise as a method for maximising (or minimising) a function that is subject to one or more constraints. It was invented by...

### Impact of the Aztec Mathematical System

How the Aztec Mathematical System Came to be and Contributed to us Today by Destiny Harrison, Delaney Garcia, Jaysiya Norman, Jewel Samson, Raquel Cruz,...

### Impacts of the Imaginary Number on Mathematics

Mathematics was man's first approach to understanding the world around them since the beginning of humanity. The study grew with history in various forms...

### Basics of Topological Solutons

Research into topological solitons began in the 1960s, when the fully nonlinear form of the classical field equations, were being thoroughly explored by mathematicians...