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Abacus and Vedic mathematics have been helpful for children learning maths. The learner can choose which method they use to learn maths. The key difference between Abacus and Vedic maths has been highlighted in this Article. These points will help you make a decision. What are Vedic Math and Abacus? Two ancient methods can be …
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Considered the most complicated mathematician of all time, Apastamba Muni has written one of the texts in Sulbasutras. He was known as the Sutrakaara who collected sources and curated the Apastamba Kalpasutra. Introduction: Apastamba Muni was an Indian Hindu author who was considered to be a very interesting author for writing one of the texts …
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1y ago

In mathematics, some great mathematicians have given names to mathematical equations which have exactly four labels if the equations are to be true. Now, you all must be confused about what context am I talking about? We all have heard these terms once in our life ‘Theorem’, ‘Lemma’, and ‘Corollary’ while studying math, and if …
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1y ago

Known as “Bharata the Saint” Indian art of philosophy had its beginning laid by Bharat the ancient sage who is also called Bharat Muni. We all have heard the name “Natyasastra” once in our lifetimes and this classic treatise is India’s most ancient work in the field of art and philosophy which was created by …
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1y ago

Critical value (t-value) is a statistics topic used for testing the hypothesis. The hypothesis is the statement used widely in statistics for testing the expectation or prediction of the sample values. Critical values are usually states for telling the upper and lower bounds of the confidence interval while testing in statistics. Critical values tell the …
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1y ago

Today, we will learn about the magic numbers or the magic of numbers. In this module, we will learn about the beauty of numbers and their usage in various fields, like various competitive exams. Number magic, or the magical numbers tricks, is one of the topics which is not taught in detail in schools, colleges …
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1y ago

The Golomb Sequence is named after Solomon w. Golomb. Solomon Wolf Golomb was an American mathematician and engineer. He worked as a professor at the University of Southern California. He was best known for his mathematical games. The sequence is also called Silverman’s Sequence. Introduction Golomb Sequence Golomb Sequence can be defined as: – The …
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1y ago

A prime number is a natural number greater than 1 that is not a product of two smaller natural numbers, or we can say that a prime number is a whole number greater than 1 whose only factors are 1 and itself. The first few prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, …
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John Conway analyzed the Look and Said Sequence after it was introduced by one of his students at a party. Who is John Conway? John Conway was an English mathematician who was active in the theory of finite groups, number theory, knot theory, and many other theories. He was born and raised in Liverpool and …
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1y ago

The Kolakoski Sequence is named after William Kolakoski. He described the Sequence in 1965. William Kolakoski was an American artist and recreational mathematician. He had many interests in arts, philosophy and mathematics but chose fine art at college because he felt he could study mathematics and philosophy independently. It is also known as the Oldenburger-kolakoski …
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