Math

The Physics Philes, lesson 27: Math, Continuously

In which conditions are met, a new concept is defined, and the author begs to be corrected. After several weeks of limits, it’s finally time to move on. But for right now, it’s time for a new concept: continuity.

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The Physics Philes, lesson 25: Taking Math to New Heights

In which I do less than promised, a pinky swear is offered, and the universe does not explode. Ermahgerd, you guys. This week was rough. It took me a while to understand some things so I didn’t get as much new info crammed into my brain as I wanted to. …

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The Physics Philes, lesson 23: Take it to the Limit

In which a new frontier reached, limits are explained, and crappy graphs are drawn. After unexpectedly taking a week off I am back, refreshed and excited to talk math. I’ve gotten to that point in the book where I am, more or less, completely new to the topic being discussed. …

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Icons of Science: Sir Isaac Newton

Welcome to the alumni gallery I like to call: Icons of Science, where I shall discuss the work and influence of some of the best known people in the world of science throughout the ages, and, where I can find it, give credit where credit is due. Starting of with …

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