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My idea is to start blogging once or twice a week on some interesting mathematical topics. “Interesting” will have several meanings here. I will interchangebly write posts which are interesting for
(a) high school students
(b) begginer university math.students
(c) advanced university math.students
(d) mathematicians
(e) researchers in fields close to my own
(f) people working in other fields
It is quite clear that these options are (unfotunately) almost mutually exclusive, but I promise to make as much effort as possible to make my entries to be interesting to as to many of above cathegories as possible at the same time. I will write in English since I consider it as the most universal language nowadays and I have experience in writing math in English.
Dason wrote:Is there a reason you don't allow non-integer degrees of freedom for the t-distribution (or the other distributions for that matter)?
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=diff%28sin%28x^2%29*e^x%2C+x%29
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dcb2011 wrote:There are several collections of links on the social bookmarking site Delicious (that is what it is for).
Jexas wrote:Hey all. I just started math at college this semester and I was struggling a bit with proofs. Once someone I'm working with specifies the first step or two I can usually get it, but when I look at pretty much any question that starts with "Prove..." My mind is completely barren of methods to start. Are there any websites or articles that give a good overview of proof tactics or methods? My math is currently Calc 3, but I'm also taking Honors Mechanics, which is pretty proof based as well.
Thanks,
Jexas
5pinan wrote:...you see, the other day I was browsing around, and I found this funky little math site. You typed in some text, and it would come up with an equation that, when graphed, would spell out the text you typed (a la Tupper but with English text rather than a formula). It showed you the graph too.
But of course, I didn't bookmark it -- "I won't forget that", I said to myself. Bah! I've Googled, I've Binged, and I've come up blank. Curse the dissolute decade of my twenties, that ruined my short-term memory.
Does anyone reading know where the site may be found?
dcb2011 wrote:5pinan wrote:...you see, the other day I was browsing around, and I found this funky little math site. You typed in some text, and it would come up with an equation that, when graphed, would spell out the text you typed (a la Tupper but with English text rather than a formula). It showed you the graph too.
But of course, I didn't bookmark it -- "I won't forget that", I said to myself. Bah! I've Googled, I've Binged, and I've come up blank. Curse the dissolute decade of my twenties, that ruined my short-term memory.
Does anyone reading know where the site may be found?
Could this be it?
http://webdemo.visionobjects.com/equation.html
Beyond that, I cannot think of anything.
Of course, there are many online graphers. You type in an equation and a graph is produced.
Or you type in some data and a graph is produced.
Your description is a little confusing: you type in text, a graph is produced, and then text is output (the same text you just typed in?!).
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