I hope she would be the love of my life, one who will change everything in me and around me. if so, a new life is growing up within me. I am coming to flourish soon. I should be prepared for a new spring in my life.
We talked about calculus two post ago in this blog and how it is both beautiful and vital for contemporary science and technology. Now I have decided to publish calculus problems regularly, not necessarily daily based. The reason that each problem is chosen is because it is learning us something.
So let’s begin with #1 problem:
Calculus has been always interesting for each of us in mathematics. No matter how advanced your field of research is, no matter how many years you have worked on different parts of mathematics, and even no matter how many times you have taught it to first semester students of science and engineering; again it is interesting and it has many different problems that you have never seen them before. Almost every mathematician has wrote a book or has had this idea to write a book on the subject. It may be the only part of mathematics with this amount of textbooks. Who can be so dare to claim that he could even review all of them in his lifetime? Continue reading
As some of you may know, I have another blog in blogspot.com, in which is older than this blog. I have decided to publish “only math” contents here in this blog. All my other daily notes will be published in my blogger blog:
Thank you all in advance because of you attention.
How a corrosive culture keeps women out of leadership positions on math
As soon as mathematician Chad Topaz ripped the plastic off his copy of the American Mathematical Society’s magazine Notices, he was disappointed. Staring back at him from the cover were the faces of 13 of his fellow mathematicians—all of them men, and the majority of them white. “Highlighting all this maleness and whiteness—what is the message that is being sent to the membership?” he wondered. Continue reading