# Posts tagged ‘Culture’

23 May 2018

In this Newsletter:

0. Privacy, cookies and ads

1. New on IntMath: Complex numbers and Evolutes

2. Resources

3. Math in the news

4. Math movies

5. Math puzzle

6. Final thought

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Tags: Culture, Data visualization, Interactive

29 March 2017

In this Newsletter:

1. What's the correct graph of sec(arccos(x))?

2. Resource: Science GIFs

3. Math in the news: income inequality

4. Math movie: Benjamin Banneker

5. Math puzzles

6. Final thought: Priorities

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Tags: Culture, Graphs

19 February 2017

Self-taught mathematician and astronomer Benjamin Banneker excelled despite little formal education and prejudice.

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Tags: Culture, Real-world math

24 January 2017

In this Newsletter:

1. Differentiation applet - trigonometric functions

2. Math art

3. Resource: SimplexNumerica

4. Math movie: Music And Measure Theory

5. Math puzzles

6. Final thought: Challenges

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Tags: Culture, Graphs, Interactive, Technology

3 September 2016

The *Manga Guide to Regression Analysis *continues the tradition of presenting math through comics. Here's my review.

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Tags: Culture, Real-world math, Reviews

19 April 2016

Ancient rock art may give clues to the origin of written symbols, including early math notation.

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Tags: Culture, Math notation

9 December 2015

This movie explores the connections between Rubik's cube and the group theory concepts behind music.

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Tags: Culture

8 December 2015

The butterfly map of the world is based on Reuleaux triangles. This article explores some of the story behind this interesting map.

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Tags: Culture, Graphs, Real-world math

30 July 2015

YouTube engineers faced a problem as the number of views for Gangnam Style approached 2 billion. I found related issues when developing the Newton's Method graph.

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Tags: Culture

29 June 2015

How many ancestors do you have? We all have 2 parents, 4 grandparents and 8 great grandparents. But does this go on forever?

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Tags: Culture, Graphs, Real-world math

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