# Posts tagged ‘Math notation’

12 December 2019

In this Newsletter:

0. Season's greetings

1. New on IntMath: Putnam

2. The year in review

3. Math movies: Captive

4. Math puzzle: Cipher

5. Final thought: Imagine

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Tags: Culture, Graphs, Interactive, Math notation

21 June 2019

In this Newsletter:

1. New on IntMath: Bubble sort rainbow

2. Resources

3. Math in the news

4. Math movies

5. Math puzzle

6. Final thought

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Tags: Interactive, Math notation, Sustainability

29 January 2017

Here we solve another graph mystery - what is the correct domain for y = sec(arccos(x))? And why do different software packages show similar, but different graphs?

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Tags: Graphs, Math notation, Technology

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

8 August 2011

Where do our math symbols come from? Here's a short background on the common ones.

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Tags: Math notation

21 February 2011

Here's another method for getting math onto a Web page - MathJax.

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Tags: Math notation, Technology

25 August 2010

The equals sign causes a lot of grief. Should we replace it with more meaningful symbols?

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Tags: Math notation

15 June 2010

Yousuf has trouble understanding a question involving summation notation. After some effort, he gets there!

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Tags: Math notation, Technology

17 May 2008

Greece had a large influence on Western thought and methods of governance. Here's some recollections from my recent visit to Athens.

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Tags: Culture, Math notation, Sustainability

28 April 2008

Graffiti in Greece looks very mathematical - even rather nerdy in places.

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Tags: Culture, Math notation, Sustainability

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