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An Overview of the Fibonacci Sequence in Pascal’s Triangle (3100 words, 7 pages)

Question 1 (a)The Fibonacci sequence can be achieved from Pascal's triangle by adding up the diagonal rows. Refer to Figure 1.1 Figure 1.1 This is possible as like the Fibonacci sequence, Pascal's triangle adds the two previous (numbers above) to get the next number, the formula if Fn Fn-1 Fn-2. ... Read More

The Use of Organized Mathematics in the Ancient Egypt (1011 words, 2 pages)

Ancient Egyptian Mathematics The use of organized mathematics in Egypt has been dated back to the third millennium BC. Egyptian mathematics was dominated by arithmetic, with an emphasis on measurement and calculation in geometry. With their vast knowledge of geometry, they were able to correctly calculate the areas of triangles, ... Read More

An introduction to Measurement (1716 words, 3 pages)

Measurement Measurement is a part of our everyday life. In every aspect of our life there is some type of measurement involved. Middle grade students encounter measurement ideas both in and out of school. Measurement experiences show them practical application of mathematics (Geddes, 1). Measurement involves a comparison of an ... Read More

An Overview of an Example of Empirical Research (4130 words, 8 pages)

CONTENTS 1.Introduction.................................................................3 2.Definition of Empirical Research........................................3 3.Research Design............................................................4 4.Data Collection ............................................................5 5.Qualitative Research ......................................................6 6.Quantitative Research.....................................................8 7.Case Studies................................................................9 8.Particular Issues...........................................................11 8.1 Gaining Access ......................................................11 8.2 Ethics..................................................................11 9. Divorce Law and Empirical studies....................................12 9.1 Misuse of Statistics...................................................13 9.2 International Comparison...........................................14 10. Conclusion................................................................17 Empirical research 1.Introduction Traditionally socio-legal scholars have bridged the ... Read More

A Study About Mathematics (7686 words, 11 pages)

Mathematics is an advanced science that is connected to all other sciences and branches of study. The ancient Egyptians were possible the first civilization to practice the scientific arts. Ancient Egyptians had an advanced understanding of mathematics, because there are overwhelming examples in engineering, astronomy and administrators would not have ... Read More

An Analysis of the Topic of the Statistics (4073 words, 6 pages)

Statistics Things to Consider about Statistics Who did the study? What are the statistics measuring? Who was asked? How were they asked? Compared with what? 5Another form of evidence is statistics. Statistics are a favorite evidence of many writers and speakers. They provide actual numbers in support of ideas and ... Read More

Doing a Calculation With an Adequate Method (274 words, 1 pages)

The result of the experiment is 9.74 ms2 which is 0.6 less than the theoretical acceleration value of 9.8 ms2. Our result are accurate because time intervals are 160 s, which gives us more dots on the sheet. The more data points (time intervals) we have, the more accurate are ... Read More

An Analysis of Mathematics in Life (1393 words, 2 pages)

When I think of mathematicians, I think of men and women working contentedly throughout the night, leaving their families, dedicating their entire lives to solving the complex equations and fundamentals of math itself. Now, when I think of Maria Agnesi, I think of someone completely different. Maria was an amazing ... Read More

The Controversial Both True and False The Fifth Postulate By Euclids (654 words, 2 pages)

Euclids Fifth Postulate One of the most fascinating aspects of Mathematics is that there exist statements that are both true and false. Perhaps the most famous of these is Euclids controversial fifth postulate. Throughout history, almost from the postulate conception, mathematics have tried to prove or disprove it. Actually, it ... Read More

The Controversy of Newton’s and Leibniz’s Discovery of Calculus (1316 words, 2 pages)

Throughout the seventeenth century and into the eighteenth century, there was a widely publicized controversy involving two great mathematicians the German, Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz, and Englishmen, Sir Issac Newton. For over a century England and Germany argued over which homesung hero had indeed discovered calculus. What both nations refused ... Read More

People’s Evaluation of Statistical Evidence on the Examples of Problems Caused by Misinterpretation of Statistical Information (1472 words, 2 pages)

For many years now, people have been using statistics to present data to the masses who then took these numbers for granted and believed it without any further inquiry. But what are such statistics really? Professor John Deere says "Statistics is a way to get useful information from raw data" ... Read More

The Use of Statistics as Evidence (4045 words, 6 pages)

The most common form of evidence is statistics. Statistics are a favorite evidence of many writers and speakers. They provide actual numbers in support of ideas and conclusions. If you can show that 75 of high schools seniors cannot find Washington State on a map of North America, then it ... Read More

A Biography of a Famous Italian Mathematician, Guido Fubini (404 words, 1 pages)

Guido Fubini, A famous mathematician, was born January 19th 1987 in Venice, Italy. His father, Lazzaro Fubini, was a mathematics teacher so he came from a mathematical background. Guido was influenced by his father towards mathematics when he was young. He attended secondary school in Venice where he showed that ... Read More

An Analysis of the Graph Theory in Different Fields (1506 words, 11 pages)

Introduction Graph theory is a mathematical discipline that spans a level of complexity ranging from children's games to manipulation at the hands of some of today's leading mathematicians. It is taught at levels varying from rather simple to extremely complex, and is a growing discipline. Sprouts for Spring Of "Sprouts ... Read More

George Boole’s Boolean Algebra and Its Impact on Digital Computers of Today (398 words, 1 pages)

George Boole was a mathematician in the 19th century. He helped establish modern symbolic logic and created algebra of logic, which they now called Boolean algebra. Boolean algebra is basic to the design of digital computers that we use today. Georges father, a tradesman, gave Boole his first math lessons. ... Read More

Fibonacci Series of Numbers in Nature (509 words, 1 pages)

Fibonacci Series of numbers can be explained as rows of number with the numbers in the row equaling the last number in the row. "The Fibonacci sequence, can be generated by the rule f1 f2 1, FN1 FN fn-1." (httpwww.world-mysteries.comsci17.htmtop) . This pattern is well known in the fields of ... Read More

A Definition of Mandelbrot Set and Fractals according to Benoit Mandelbrot, a Mathematician (811 words, 2 pages)

Oren Zarif P.4 In 1979 Mandelbrot produced a computer generated image of what later became known as the "Mandelbrot Set". This set covers a region in the complex C-plane with the property that values of C within this set, or on it's boundary, result in "Connected Julia Sets", and values ... Read More

A Paper on Conic Sections (224 words, 1 pages)

Conic sections is by definition the intersection of a plane and a cone. By changing the angle and location of the intersection, we can produce a circle, ellipse, parabola or hyperbola or in the special case when the plane touches the vertex a point, line or 2 intersecting lines. The ... Read More

Biography and Doctrine Work of Pythagoras (664 words, 1 pages)

Pythagoras (fl. 530 BCE) must have been one of the world's greatest men, but he wrote nothing, and it is hard to say how much of the doctrine we know as Pythagorean is due to the founder of the society and how much is later development. It is also hard ... Read More

Overview of Turing Machine (413 words, 1 pages)

A Turing machine is a hypothetical machine thought of by the mathematician Alan Turing in 1936. Despite its simplicity, the machine can simulate any computer algorithm. ATuring machineis a hypothetical device that manipulates symbols on a strip of tape according to a table of rules. Despite its simplicity.First of all, ... Read More

The Importance of Math (395 words, 2 pages)

Math is used in math is probably one of the worlds most useful tools. Its used for sales, buying, teaching, and office work. My mom, Brenda, uses simple addition, subtraction, and multiplication for her work. My brother, Christopher, uses simple math for when hes selling deli food. Simple math is ... Read More

Honors Math Class (1423 words, 4 pages)

Until I was a sophomore in high school, I have found myself fairly good at math. I listened carefully in math classes, completed my homework, and aced the test. The same routine lasted for every single math I took. After finishing my first year of high school math with nearly ... Read More

Is Algebra Necessary? (1233 words, 4 pages)

A month ago due to my class writing 115, I read an opinion article in the NY Times entitled. Is algebra Necessary? Written by Professor Emeritus of Political Science Andrew Hacker, who bases his column following exposure of various statistics and case studies to the contrary, that algebra is unnecessary ... Read More

My Experiences in Math (946 words, 3 pages)

My math experience all when downhill in the fourth grade when my teacher Mrs. Shockley was told me to do numbers one through fifteen. I never really knew why but I always did my numbers one through fifteen and then I found out that my peers in the class was ... Read More

Notes on Euclid (1293 words, 3 pages)

a) Give three specific examples that the work does not meet modern standards of rigorEuclid made many tacit assumptions in this work that by todays standards would not e sufficient to prove the things he proved. 3 of those assumptions areThe existence of points, lines, etc.The uniqueness of a line ... Read More

Published: Monday 28th of October 2013

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