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MathType Sep 17
Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann was born today in 1826. Astonishing feats mark his career: the Riemann Hypothesis in , the foundations of in or Riemann's being the first rigorous formulation of integrals
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MathType Oct 14
Joseph Antoine Ferdinand Plateau was born today in 1801. He studied the of soap bubbles. Because soap bubbles form minimal surfaces, the mathematical problem of finding the minimal surface given a boundary in is called Plateau's Problem
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MathType Oct 26
The Gauss-Bonnet Theorem describes curvature on a surface. It can be used to prove that the angles of any triangle add up to exactly pi rad, but only on a plane. On a sphere they add up to more than pi, on a hyperboloid they add up to less than pi
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β›© 𝑫𝒆𝒂𝒕𝒉 π’ƒπ’š π‘―π’Šπ’ƒπ’‚π’„π’‰π’Š β›© May 22
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MathType Nov 10
Hadamard's Lemma is a close relative to the multidimensional Taylor series expansion. It tells us that smooth functions behave more like polynomials than one might expect, serving as a bridge between and
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Annarita Ruberto May 11
"A portion of the Enneper surface, rotating” by Source and information: For more:
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Annarita Ruberto Nov 16
Eugenio , born in 1835, was an Italian mathematician notable for his work concerning and . He became President of the Accademia dei Lincei in 1898. More➑️
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Victor Piercey Nov 13
Is it weird that I've appropriated the language of for use in ? My students seem to really like using the terms (for finding future values) and (for finding present values), inspired by what things look like on a timeline.
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chandler May 28
β€œAll the way with Gauss-Bonnet” Not your average textbook cover
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Dr Smoky Furby Jun 8
Replying to @InertialObservr
There’s a tool called holonomy (I think?), and it’s a measure of the difference betweenπŸšΆβ€β™‚οΈ andπŸšΆβ€β™€οΈβ€™s directions
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Physics SE Jan 6
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G. Lee Jul 3
: (1826-1866): This man was a genius unlike many others. Derived the 1st rigorous mathematical proof of 's through the famous & developed & .
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liubov Sep 25
Given a 2D manifold endowed with the metric of a sphere S2, how many ways can it be analytically embedded into 3D space? by Pr.Fomenko
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Douglas Mayberry Jun 7
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Physics SE Oct 21
Why do we need conformal compactification to define the global conformal group?
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Simons Foundation Lectures 11h
Past lecturer, Simon Donaldson of and , is among the winners of the 2020 in for contributions to and . Watch his 2018 SF Lecture here:
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JosΓ© Achilles Jan 14
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Mathematics MDPI Jan 10
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Math Stack Exchange Jan 7
Bounty offered: Show that Hopf foliation is a foliation.
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LGcommaI Dec 31
-32. "Soon after, connections with analysis, recursive functions, completeness theorems for various logical systems, , constructive mathematics were made." M.t. 'Bald darauf stellte man Verbindungen her zur intuitionistischen >
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