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QUATERNIONS—EXPANDING OUR TOUR OF NUMBERS ON A DUBLIN BRIDGE

OUR TOUR OF numbers here at SimanaitisSays has included “You Can Count on Me—Or Maybe Not,” “Exploring Rationality,” and “Euler’s Elegance.”  Along the way, we’ve encountered three expanding sets of … Continue reading

April 16, 2021 · Leave a comment

MATH WORDS PART 2

MUCH OF “THEORETICAL” mathematics finds application in other areas of science, as seen here yesterday in Math Words Part 1. More tidbits gleaned from AAAS Science magazine, September 20, 2019, … Continue reading

October 7, 2019 · Leave a comment