Twitter | Search | |
This is the legacy version of twitter.com. We will be shutting it down on 15 December 2020. Please switch to a supported browser or device. You can see a list of supported browsers in our Help Center.
The Art of Maths
The Art of Maths aims to create the circumstances for young adults to discover their natural talents and develop important social skills.
96
Tweets
66
Following
27
Followers
Tweets
The Art of Maths Dec 2
Replying to @stephen_wolfram
I heard there were dinosaurs too and they were good at universal computation ... it comes to your academic integrity at the end Let’s celebrate it
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Dec 1
Recently I was discussing with AWS their pricing based on actual use time as it appears using their the most powerful server is the cheapest option! IBM escalated this to the infrastructure architect while Wolfram experts could not understand the problem but had a solution!!!
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Dec 1
We did a test in the field of Optics after I met Russel Chipman, specifically layered optics the area where the errors are accumulated with the exponential growth and, therefore, precision of each layer is vital. He used Mathematica to write his book only!
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Dec 1
Mathenatica is a replica of Ferrari because it performs as Ferrari on carefully chosen test drives by They claim that mathematics can handle big data sets but when 40 Mathenatica notebooks with up to 5 pages each were put together by it crashed!
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Dec 1
It is also noted that does not use Mathematica they sell to us! When the calculation must be robust they use raspberry pie hardware and special version of a Mathematica
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Dec 1
Alternatevely you learn to use R as it is free and delivers robust calculations unlike Mathematica where the quality of calculations depends on pure luck: how busy Mayhenatica server is at the time of your request. The calculation time is fixed
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths retweeted
Toni Scullion Oct 1
FAO Maths teachers if you have not seen website this is by far the most amazing teacher resource I have ever seen. You absolutely need to check this out! Good luck on your award rooting for you! Absolutely amazing 👏
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Sep 30
Replying to @RogersHistory
We all know that there is no learning in prisons.
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Sep 27
Replying to @RogersHistory
Let’s stop dreaming they would quit
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Sep 23
Replying to @MrMattock
This is crucial and many teachers do not pay attention to this I am glad that this is highlighted
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Sep 18
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Sep 4
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Jun 24
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Jun 21
the same with trapeziums: no rotation no learning :))
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Jun 10
Replying to @conradwolfram
It was great, thank you.. I cannot agree more Number is very unfortunate choice of a starting point. Starting with shapes followed by transformations provides both natural and justifiable way to introduce coordinates and negative numbers. This is how I teach Computing....
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Jun 10
Your photos are so beatiful....
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Jun 10
oj oj I would really prefer to keep Standing on the shoulders of giants does not hurt....
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Jun 10
The learning resources/maths problems are not copyrightable. The copyright protects only the way how they are presented. ...
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths Jun 9
I think we all can pick a few good tips from it.
Reply Retweet Like
The Art of Maths retweeted
Conrad Wolfram Jun 9
Tomorrow I'll be trying something completely new, a virtual book launch event for ! It's open to all, find out more here:
Reply Retweet Like