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Hi, I'm new here and I did not know here had a math community and I decided to join. I hope to share with all of you and learn new things from you. I speak Spanish and English. At this moment I study by my own mathematics. I love learning new things that I don't know. Nice to meet you, guys.

I've been on Mastodon for a time. That's the reason I created an account here to sharing mathematics topics with all of you. :)

By the way, maybe in the future I create a website, a blog. And I was wondering what library is perfect for LaTex? I have understood this instance is made with MathJS, right?

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Mexico, I'm between hate and love with my country but cabrones, this virus is something for real, it's for real. No, our God Jesuschrist won't save with pray. I know it's tough being at home because I am used to be the whole time. Now, I'm struggle with my own study and I think I'm going for biology.

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Put content warnings on your politics posts. I come to Mastodon specifically to avoid the horrible things in the news.

I don't care how urgently you want me to see it. In fact, adding a content warning will make me *more* likely to care, because it will give me time to brace myself.

By the way, how can I create equations from instance? That maybe I make some examples with explanations. Though I need more on my English to make/do with ease understanding.

My biggest challenge to read the half of this month until it ends the year and the next year.
I'm curious how it is translated into Spanish. :o
With title there's no science that every Mathematician knows very well. 😆

“You’re familiar with the P = NP problem, right?” Yukawa asked from behind him. Ishigami looked around. “You’re referring to the question of whether or not it is as easy to determine the accuracy of another person’s results as it is to solve the problem yourself—or, failing that, how the difference in difficulty compares. It’s one of the questions the Clay Mathematics Institute has offered a prize to solve.”
― Keigo Higashino, The Devotion of Suspect X

It seems a good explanation. Perhaps I am going to give class about mathematics for those people can't understand any formula. I would give free classes. I think I'm gonna give a try.

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bad people can be likable.
good people can be unlikable.

Hello, guys. It's been awhile I am not here. I ever wanted to ask you if you have anu recommendation about mathematics and music? I mean it can be books.

This is a Mathematician Mexican author, the book is good I am reading at this moment. If you know Spanish I totally recommend you to read.
I understood more or less about Riemann hypothesis.

And wow, I now know why is complicated mathematics to be explained and how to demonstrate. I must train myself how to write well in English and Spanish.
Well, I suck at Spanish but English, my only way to survive is with instinct but also trying to comprehend good how they write and speak. :)

《Las matemáticas no envejecen y sus verdades son hoy por hoy tan vigentes como lo ha sido siempre. 》 - Carlos Prieto de Castro.

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Well, that's a Mexican book (which am I too, I want some respect for foreigners and I'd like to share with anyone about math and science) and the title says: "the mathematics language. Histories/stories of its symbols". (I can be bad at translating but I give the best I can.)

I read because I want to learn very well mathematics the symbols I unknow.

I think it will have many toots are in Spanish. But, I'm gonna give my best efforts to translate in English.

“So you think that zero was there waiting for us when humans came into being,like the flowers and the stars? You should have more respect for human progress. We made the zero, through great pain and struggle.”
― Yōko Ogawa, The Housekeeper and the Professor

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“Among the many things that made the Professor an excellent teacher was the fact that he wasn't afraid to say 'we don't know.' For the Professor, there was no shame in admitting you didn't have the answer, it was a necessary step toward the truth. It was as important to teach us about the unknown or the unknowable as it was to teach us what had already been safely proven.”
― Yoko Ogawa, The Housekeeper and the Professor

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