- What Are Logarithms?
- Arising naturally out of the development of logarithms and calculus, it is known both as Napier's Constant and Euler's Number, after Leonhard Euler (1707 to 1783), a Swiss mathematician who advanced the topic a century later.
- The 17 equations that changed the course of history
- Mathematics is all around us, and it has shaped our understanding of the world in countless ways. In 2013, mathematician and science author Ian Stewart published a book on 17 Equations That Changed The World. We recently came across this convenient ...
- The Scenic Route to Infinity
- In case your high school math days are a bit foggy, the log (short for logarithm) of a number is basically its order of magnitude.
- Fun With Math: How To Make A Divergent Infinite Series Converge
- I was having dinner with a visiting colleague this week when talk turned to what we were teaching this term.
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