Monthly Archives: June 2014

Karl Marx and the calculus

In a previous post, Chinese number theory, I mentioned the mathematical manuscripts of Karl Marx and their influence on studies during the Cultural Revolution. That both Newton and Leibnitz, who concurrently developed the calculus in the 18th century, struggled to … Continue reading

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Gamma (N); the fundamental domain and more

An image showing some connections between Gamma (N), the fundamental domain, an example for Gamma (2), equivalence classes (referencing by analogy elliptic curves of a previous post), the tiling of the upper half plane, extending the topology on the upper … Continue reading

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Hasse-Weil L-function

An image showing the links between the Hasse-Weil L-function, its critical value, elliptic curves, the congruent number problem, and the Birch Swinnerton-Dyer conjecture.

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