🌼Jennifer Yong🍄

Maths student @OUMathsStats 📚🧮📏📐📊.

Mount Faber 🏞, Singapore 🇸🇬
Joined on July 14, 2016
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Does anybody know an elementary proof of Villarceau's Theorem?? https://t.co/DSzRSnfCBY (from Dimensions: A Walk through Mathematics) #math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #visualization #elearning #geometry https://t.co/ryg1pxCeLZ

The mathematician makes its own puzzles: a gallery of Pythagorean Decompositions 🧩🎴🖼🎨♟ https://t.co/wDpVzM2gfl #math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #visualization #elearning #geometry https://t.co/3LhrG1KmaZ

Let's project ourselves deeper!! 👊👊👊 Desargues's Theorem 📕📗📘📙 https://t.co/3J4BQzNTIj #math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #visualization #elearning #geometry https://t.co/dli3UB2q8Z

Cosine and Sine Functions https://t.co/tQtc8bIwJ4

For bibliographic coupling matrix B, b_ij = # of vertices that nodes i and j both point to.

Tweedie distributions https://t.co/4SLeqr7EX4

More than 2000 years ago, the Greek mathematician Eratosthenes found an ingenious way to measure the radius of Earth, using shadows, angles, and simple geometry: https://t.co/eXCWnJgq9B https://t.co/uf0RSLRSFS

More than 2000 years ago, the Greek mathematician Eratosthenes found an ingenious way to measure the radius of Earth, using shadows, angles, and simple geometry: https://t.co/eXCWnJgq9B https://t.co/uf0RSLRSFS

MathType
13 hours ago
Martin #Gardner was born today in 1914. He was the leading popularizer of recreational #mathematics of the second half of the 19th century, thanks to his "Mathematical Games" column in Scientific American, which he wrote monthly for more than 20 years! #MathType https://t.co/3b8Zv1Jr3K

Martin #Gardner was born today in 1914. He was the leading popularizer of recreational #mathematics of the second half of the 19th century, thanks to his "Mathematical Games" column in Scientific American, which he wrote monthly for more than 20 years! #MathType https://t.co/3b8Zv1Jr3K

The integer indices "i j" appearing as subscripts of a matrix
A = [ a_{ij} ]
can be replaced by elements from any finite set. One can carry out matrix multiplication using such indices and it remains associative. Further, the trace is given in similar fashion. #math #algebra https://t.co/D4THQlMeum

The integer indices "i j" appearing as subscripts of a matrix A = [ a_{ij} ] can be replaced by elements from any finite set. One can carry out matrix multiplication using such indices and it remains associative. Further, the trace is given in similar fashion. #math #algebra https://t.co/D4THQlMeum

In coming weeks we're making a wide range of our Undergrad lectures available via our YouTube Channel, including one full 2nd Year course. In the meantime here's a range of lectures from the past 2 years including Calculus, Graph Theory & Complex Numbers. https://t.co/BBrUFfgafX

There are just 13 Archimedean solids: polyhedra that have different regular polygons as faces, and look the same at every vertex. One of them, the “Truncated Icosahedron” has the shape of a football! https://t.co/fWxEGyJmmP https://t.co/Rd993MEBNW

Please be sure to watch this outstanding video about kaleidoscopes. It's just brilliant https://t.co/KY3tyRlrS1 (by Mathematical Etudes) #math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #visualization #elearning #geometry https://t.co/Fy0Ub2PRga

Thébault's I Problem: four squares on the sides of a parallelogram - and their centers form a square too 🟥🟧🟨🟩🟦🟪 https://t.co/9LW2juC062 #math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #visualization #elearning #geometry https://t.co/V2S4SOzisK

#GreatBooks4Math
Complex Variables
Mark J. Ablowitz and Athanassios S. Fokas, 1997
#math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #elearning https://t.co/0gqtzDyULb

#GreatBooks4Math Complex Variables Mark J. Ablowitz and Athanassios S. Fokas, 1997 #math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #elearning https://t.co/0gqtzDyULb

For cocitation matrix C, c_ij = # of vertices with edges pointing to both nodes i and j.

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