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Recreational Math - you gotta love math.

Saturday, 22 July 2006 16:04
You know when you think about it... vectors are one of the most powerful things in math. Most times they allow us to represent math and physical science in a single language. Pretty fantastic stuff.

Actually. Math is generally the most awesome stuff.


mathbeauty | For those who care about beauty, even in mathematics. - cause math is beautiful.
Beauty in Mathematics | IAS Video Lectures

Matrix (mathematics) - Wikipedia
Mathematical model - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Recreational Mathematics

Recreational mathematics - Wikipedia
Project Euler - Project Euler exists to encourage, challenge, and develop the skills and enjoyment of anyone with an interest in the fascinating world of mathematics. Math problems just for you.
Ludus-Opuscula RMM - Recreational mathematics magazine
Puzzles, Riddles and Brain-teasers
Enjoying Math: Learning Problem Solving with KenKen Puzzles
Essential Math for Games Programmers Essential Math Weblog
Vector Math for 3D Computer Graphics


Understanding Correlation
Distance and Correlation
Is There a Method of Computing the Correlation Between Vector Fields?

The Mathematics of the 3D Rotation Matrix

Look even space and time is nothing but a basis..
Minkowski space - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Special Relativity Simulator (Warp)
Lorentz transformation
Logarithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - admirable artifice which, by reducing to a few days the labour of many months, doubles the life of the astronomer, and spares him the errors and disgust inseparable from long calculations. --Pierre-Simon Laplace
Handbook for Spoken Mathematics
archery - animated gif math art with code (most mathematica)


Tom Lehrer Deposit #10 - new math, Hooray for New Math
Primers | Math ? Programming
45 Ways to Communicate Two Quantities | Visual.ly Blog
How to write mathematics (pdf) - or more precisely, how P. R. Halmos writes mathematics.
A Neighborhood of Infinity
Jim Loy's Logic Page
Science vs Magic
* arachnoid.com - Paul Lutus's website. * Trigonometric Relations Binomial Probability


Gödel

incompleteness and self-reference.
isomorphisms, recursion, paradox, infinity, formal systems.
Gödel, Escher, Bach - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gödel Without (Too Many) Tears | Logic Matters Introduction to Gödel’s Theorems | Logic Matters

The Ontological Blog - A blog whose concept requires it to exist. (Jeffrey Kegler)

abacus and slide rules

humans are a clever bunch.
Napier's rods, abacus and slide rule


The most beautiful 8-dimensional model of elementary particles and forces...the most beautiful math.

Physics - Dave Horner's Website - See theory of everything and E8 lie group. Symmetry and beauty are often interlinked.


Primes

Furstenberg's proof of the infinitude of primes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


The Mathematical Hacker - Mathematics, in the end, does not help you understand computer programming. It is not about finding metaphors, or understanding “fundamentals” that will never be applied. Rather, mathematics is a tool for understanding phenomena in the world: the motion of the planets, the patterns in data, the perception of color, or any of a myriad things in the world that might be understood better by manipulating equations. It is the hacker's job to figure out how to encode the insight into a piece of code that will be used over and over.

Math with Bad Drawings | Math, teaching, copious metaphors, and drawings that will never ever earn a spot on the fridge
Game Theory 101: Game Theory Made Easy

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