Nous, cadres sup, aux côtés des grévistes :
Collectif issu des plus grandes écoles de France (X, Centrale, SciencesPo...)
Let me emphasize this: inmates took advanced math just for fun.
Teaching College-Level Mathematics in Prisons [pdf] (ams.org)
John Baez collects more than you wanted to know about the statistics of random permutations: http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/permutations/
The really pretty ones are
Part 3 puzzle 8: What is the probability that a chosen element of an \(n\)-element permutation lies in a cycle of length \(k\)?
And part 6 puzzle 7 (don't ask me how the numbering works): What is the expected number of \(k\)-cycles in a random \(n\)-element permutation?
Can we break 4K followers before the end of 2019? CAN WE?! You decide! Spread the good word of #Linux gaming.
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20% c'est à la fois pas du tout assez et à la fois énorme. On y croit. Si, si.
M101 is a spiral galaxy located in the constellation of Ursa Major. It is about 20 million light years away. #astrophoto
Lilo. Un moteur de recherche alternatif qui finance des ONG https://outilstice.com/2019/12/lilo-un-moteur-de-recherche-alternatif-qui-finance-des-ong/
Hi, my name is Max Reinhold Jahnke. I'm 34, and I'm a mathematician from São Carlos, Brazil. The main reason I'm here is to write about my hobbies and connect with new people. I love #mathematics, #reading, #writing, #learning foreign #languages, watching TV shows, and playing video games.
I'm a post-doctoral researcher at the Federal University of São Carlos, and my research field is Partial Differential Equations. I will stop here because I don't want to scare anyone.
I usually read science, fiction, and fantasy. My favorite authors are H.P. Lovecraft, G.R.R. Martin, and V.S. Vinge. Now I'm reading the series The Expansion, and I'm loving it.
As I said, I like to learn foreign languages. Some years ago, I studied a little #Esperanto, but I didn't reach a high level. I can read the Esperanto Wikipedia and some news in Esperanto, but can't speak the language.
I'm always learning. Usually, it is mathematics and languages, but I also like to learn about other cultures, science, and technology. Most recently, I began learning how to bake bread, my main interest is in #baking #sourdough.
Chalkdust magazine provides a compass-and-straightedge construction for the girih pattern on the cover of a recent issue: http://chalkdustmagazine.com/front-page-banner/constructing-the-cover-of-issue-10/
I like games. Math is one of them.
Toots in English and occasionally en français.
A Mastodon instance for maths people. The kind of people who make \(\pi z^2 \times a\) jokes.
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