Math Problem 3,500 Years in the Making Finally Gets a Solution

Math Problem 3,500 Years in the Making Finally Gets a Solution

Can you pick out the positive numbers whose reciprocals add to one if we offer you a collection of positive integers? Let’s use the numbers…
Fractions Are Not Enough of an Answer to Divisions

Fractions Are Not Enough of an Answer to Divisions

I reported about Fractional’s debut last week, a firm that aims to make it simpler for friends (and strangers) to co-own real estate. While working…
First-ever Simulation of Baryons on a Quantum Computer

First-ever Simulation of Baryons on a Quantum Computer

A team of researchers led by an Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) faculty member successfully simulated baryons fundamental quantum particles on a quantum computer for…
Pi Calculated to a Record-Breaking, Whopping 62.8 Trillion Figures

Pi Calculated to a Record-Breaking, Whopping 62.8 Trillion Figures

A team of Swiss researchers at the Graubuenden University of Applied Sciences has broken the record for arithmetic constant pie calculations. It is now known for…
What is actuarial science?

What is actuarial science?

Actuarial science is a field of research related to the quantification of risk using mathematics, probability, and statistics. It is a discipline that uses mathematical…
Base of Number System

Base of Number System

The base of Number System The base of a number system is the total number of fundamental sign used in that system. For example, there…
Number System

Number System

From the beginning of civilization idea of counting developed in the human being. From then onward different counting systems have developed according to the need…
Expression of Ratios

Expression of Ratios

Expression of Ratios: Ratio is an expression of one number in relation to another. Ratio analysis is the procedure of formative and interpreting the mathematical…
Explain Evanescent Waves and Frustrated Total Internal Reflection

Explain Evanescent Waves and Frustrated Total Internal Reflection

When θi > θc, we have total internal reflection, but there must still be an EM field present on the the other side of the…
Describe Reflectance and Transmittance

Describe Reflectance and Transmittance

The reflectance and transmittance are defined in terms of the rate of energy flow incident on unit area of the interface, Si • (- ei)…
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