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MathType    @MathType   ·   9/16/2021
A topological space is a gemoetrical space where we can define the notion of closeness, but where there's not necessarily a distance to measure it. Topological spaces are a fundamental concept used in virtually every branch of modern mathematics. #Topology #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   9/15/2021
Liouville's theorem states that every bounded function that is holomorphic in the whole complex plane must be constant. It is a classical result in #ComplexAnalysis. #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   9/13/2021
Math fact: both the jacobian matrix and its determinant are referred to as “The Jacobian”. Confusing right? The Jacobian matrix of a vector-valued function, named after Carl Gustav Jacobi, is the matrix of all its first-order partial derivatives. #VectorCalculus #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   9/9/2021
Discover the alignment features of MathType's web interfaces, useful to write piecewise functions and systems of equations. Empower your math typewriting with #MathType. https://t.co/hkRCbjEYUt
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MathType    @MathType   ·   9/7/2021
Cyclotomic polynomials are polynomials whose complex roots are primitive roots of unity. They play an important role in algebraic #NumberTheory and #Galois theory, being used to build abelian field extensions. #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   9/3/2021
🎂 Today in 1814 James Joseph #Sylvester was born. This English #mathematician coined lots of modern mathematical terms like "matrix", "graph", or "discriminant". He is also known for proposing this problem in 1893 which took 50 years to solve. #Geometry #Combinatorics #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   9/1/2021
The Gelfond-Schneider theorem is a partial positive answer to Hilbert's 7th Problem, giving a check for transcendability (not being the solution to ANY polynomial equation in rational coefficients) for a big class of numbers #Analysis #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   8/26/2021
An elegant example of conservation of angular momentum, the rotational equivalent of linear momentum, is when a figure skater does a pirouette. Her/his rotational speed increases as her/his moment of inertia decreases by drawing in her/his arms and legs. #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   8/19/2021
A topological space is a gemoetrical space where we can define the notion of closeness, but where there's not necessarily a distance to measure it. Topological spaces are a fundamental concept used in virtually every branch of modern mathematics. #Topology #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   8/16/2021
The #Lorentz Transformations are the analogous of the Galilean Transformations for special #relativity, relating the position and time coordinates in two inertial reference frames. #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   8/13/2021
#Stochastic convergence formalizes the idea that a sequence of unpredictable events can be expected to settle into a pattern. There are several ways in which this can happen, giving rise to the different notions of convergence of #random variables. #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   7/16/2021
#Stochastic convergence formalizes the idea that a sequence of unpredictable events can be expected to settle into a pattern. There are several ways in which this can happen, giving rise to the different notions of convergence of #random variables. #MathType
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MathType    @MathType   ·   7/16/2021
The linear transport equation models the variation of the concentration of a substance flowing at constant speed and direction. It's one of the easiest partial differential equations, and one of the few that admits an analytic solution. #PDE #Analysis #MathType
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