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Colin Beveridge
A mathematician with nothing to prove. Author of and others. Blog at . Problems welcome. He/him.
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Colin Beveridge 3h
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Mr Allan 6h
Penta-gone
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Colin Beveridge 5h
(I'm not sure if I've missed something, but the shoe sizes are not the problem here.)
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Colin Beveridge 6h
He headed home after an abrupt 180.
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Colin Beveridge 6h
Replying to @kitkilgour
We've always been ahead of the curve in Dorset!
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Colin Beveridge 8h
Some, uh, interesting maths in the cumulonumbers on Mary Hardy's dress here: When I next make a statue of an author, I'm going to cover it in random words and phrases. (I suppose, generously, this could be an equation to solve.)
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Colin Beveridge 11h
Replying to @ygbjammy @CantabKitty
Small black square :-)
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Colin Beveridge 15h
“Yes, we’ve provided the brewery, and it’s branded as a piss-up, but we cannot currently accommodate any drinking."
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
Oh, I meant to say: I started my swimming class on Thursday and decided to swim non-stop until I solved it. Forty lengths later they kicked me out of the pool :-)
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They Might Be Giants Sep 25
JF: Think about how great it could be if Trump loses by a landslide. Sure, he'll call out the army + burn down the ballot boxes + post offices to stop the counting, all while saying he already won, but it seems possible. Visualize joy in 2020 (maybe for the 1st time since March)
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
Thanks, Matt!
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
Replying to @benjamin_leis
Aha! I think I’ve managed to put a group structure onto the solutions.
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
“It’s a kidney, FOR URINE FORMATION.”
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
6yo is trying to cheer 5yo up. He has made him a ‘stificut’ to say well done.
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
Replying to @ygbjammy
I mean, suppose they didn't.
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
Looks like has me playing with Desmos…
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
Replying to @Sheena2907
Twitter is suboptimal for algebra. I'll let you work it through, but shout if it still doesn't make sense.
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
Oo, this was a good thread!
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Colin Beveridge Sep 25
Replying to @Sheena2907
Alternative method: If z = c + is, 1/z = c - is z = z²/z c + is = z² (c-is) is(z² + 1) = c(z² - 1) is/c = (z² - 1)/(z² + 1)
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