๐ŸŒผJennifer Yong๐Ÿ„

Maths student @OUMathsStats ๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿงฎ๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ“Š.

Mount Faber ๐Ÿž, Singapore ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ
Joined on July 14, 2016
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @yongmaylingjen1 and here's what we found interesting.

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Average replies
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As the squares spiral out from the 1ร—1 unit square, their sides grow by 1 unit with each new square. 

How many unit squares does it take to cover the largest L-shaped region?

A. 96 
B. 104 
C. 112
D. 120 https://t.co/5pWPsXkWST

As the squares spiral out from the 1ร—1 unit square, their sides grow by 1 unit with each new square. How many unit squares does it take to cover the largest L-shaped region? A. 96 B. 104 C. 112 D. 120 https://t.co/5pWPsXkWST

While skulking through a dark alley, you find a note with 100 statements written on it.

Is Statement #1 true or false? https://t.co/DZLQVrAJKv

While skulking through a dark alley, you find a note with 100 statements written on it. Is Statement #1 true or false? https://t.co/DZLQVrAJKv

Q: How many letters are there in the alphabet? Topologist: Just 3โ€ฆ https://t.co/D6fg1Ch6lh https://t.co/ZL1pSortNQ

#GreatBooks4Math
Linear Algebra Gems
Mathematical Association of America, 2001
#math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #elearning https://t.co/PNHLLNSbho

#GreatBooks4Math Linear Algebra Gems Mathematical Association of America, 2001 #math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #elearning https://t.co/PNHLLNSbho

Can we tile a 10ร—10 board with the top left and right bottom squares removed with 2ร—1 dominoes? If not, why? ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ€„๐ŸŽด
https://t.co/nXraNE4qd7
#math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #visualization #elearning #problemsolving https://t.co/ixiWMq8NFS

Can we tile a 10ร—10 board with the top left and right bottom squares removed with 2ร—1 dominoes? If not, why? ๐Ÿƒ๐Ÿ€„๐ŸŽด https://t.co/nXraNE4qd7 #math #science #iteachmath #mtbos #visualization #elearning #problemsolving https://t.co/ixiWMq8NFS

Fermat's Last Theorem is pretty well known for taking over 350 years to prove, but have you heard of Fermat's Little Theorem? Fear not because TRM intern Aditya Ghosh is here to explain all, and he even shows you how to prove it... Article 4 in the series. https://t.co/A0dUzcTfaf

Place five queens and three pawns on a 5 x 5 chessboard, so that no queen attacks a pawn. Note: A queen attacks a pawn if they lie in the same row, column, or diagonal.

For more resources, check out https://t.co/K4fWia3b9k https://t.co/9zRnsF9BoI

Place five queens and three pawns on a 5 x 5 chessboard, so that no queen attacks a pawn. Note: A queen attacks a pawn if they lie in the same row, column, or diagonal. For more resources, check out https://t.co/K4fWia3b9k https://t.co/9zRnsF9BoI

Doughnuts and Dumplings are Distinct: Homopoty helps us prove that a sphere and torus are not topologically equivalent. https://t.co/PsC69b6NTt via @thatsmaths

Did you know about the existence of half range #FourierSeries? Well it is quite interesting! Take a function f(x) on an interval [0,L], then two different extensions of f to the full range [-L,L] can be defined, which produce different Fourier expansions, Sine or Cosine.#MathType https://t.co/KpIPdV9PbF

Did you know about the existence of half range #FourierSeries? Well it is quite interesting! Take a function f(x) on an interval [0,L], then two different extensions of f to the full range [-L,L] can be defined, which produce different Fourier expansions, Sine or Cosine.#MathType https://t.co/KpIPdV9PbF

Most people are surprised to know there is a National Institutes of Standards and Technology Dictionary of Mathematical Functions, but here it is ==> https://t.co/9rWYnYjgXm

SL(n, R) is the special linear group, the group of n by n real matrices with determinant 1.

The Miracle Octad Generator https://t.co/NEcw900YPA

The orthogonal group O(n) consists of n by n real matrices M such that inverse(M) = transpose(M).

Weakening the requirements of a group https://t.co/cq9wLeqUK1

1/(1-x) = 1 + x + x^2 + x^3 + ... for |x| < 1

Summation by parts is the discrete analog to integration by parts. https://t.co/eHgHetVTI0

Stoke's theorem: The integral of curl F over a surface equals the integral of F around the boundary of that surface.

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