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2h ago

Is there a name for a set of numbets that includes:
0
Numbers obtained by negating numbers of this set
Numbers obtained by multiplying numbers of this set
Numbers obtained by raising a prime to a number of this set
I know for sure that this includes 1 (Prime to the power of 0), all prime numbers (Prime to the power of 1), all natural numbers (Because each of them has a prime factorization), all whole numbers (By negating positives), and all rational numbers (Using negative powers). Not all, but some irrational numbers are possible as well, even transendental.
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Reddit » Math

8h ago

We know that certain kinds of sense can be rather described with clearly studied mathematical structures, say vision is just a 2D field of R^3; and there are also kinds of sense that haven't been managed to be embedded into a nice structure, say smelling. To be rigorous we're only talking about their input spaces, we're not looking at what's happening behind the sensors.
We also know that there's a thing called synesthesia, where a stimulation of one kind of sense might trigger another kind. A person with synesthesia might taste an almond flavor then see a color of blue, or more directly they ..read more

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8h ago

Hi, I was wondering if anyone had some good material, books or any other resource that's not overly theoretical and has to do with Statistical Analysis. I'm currently studying for a Master's in Statistics and Computer Science and wanted to at least touch upon the real-life business applications before my internships.
So what I'm looking for is a resource on Statistical Business Analysis that works with real-world examples and is at least somewhat up to date. Thanks for any suggestions.
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Reddit » Math

10h ago

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Reddit » Math

12h ago

Ok trying to create a custom elements. How would I mathematical defined none mathematical elements in set?
For example if I wish to make sets of vehicles and define the elements as cars, trucks and so on. How would I do that.
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Reddit » Math

12h ago

I tried with Geogebra, Desmos and Wolfram but could'nt find a way to do it. Any help would be apprecciated :)
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Reddit » Math

12h ago

I want to learn more about meta maths and creating universes and axioms but I don’t really know where to start. Where can I learn more about it?
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Reddit » Math

12h ago

I once saw a post where somebody found several hundreds consecutive numbers down the decimal expansion of e or pi, which, when put one row below the other, looked like a photo of some mathematician, i think Riemann. Does anybody else know about it? I couldnt find the photo ever since and I think it's exceptionally beautiful piece of maths
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14h ago

What was impressive about the way they viewed mathematics? How did they see the numbers?
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