Monthly Archives: October 2013

Analytic number theory 5

What follows is an interesting link between the number theoretic Mobius function (that plays a significant role in the distribution of primes) and the exponential function. http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ExponentialFunction.html http://mathworld.wolfram.com/MoebiusFunction.html  

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Vedic mathematics 4

Multiplication from the Vedas.

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Chinese mathematics 3

A method for extracting cube roots with refrence to the binomial expansion.

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Babylonian mathematics

Completing the square, a visual analogue.

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Chinese mathematics 2

An extendable method to solve linear simultaneous equations.

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Chinese mathematics 1

A┬áChinese proof of ‘Pythagoras’s’ theorem.

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Vedic mathematics 3

A rather neat way from the Vedas to work with partial fractions.

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