Sometimes I’m amazed by how much I don’t know. For example, I’ve lived half a lifetime (hopefully) and I never knew that zero was sort of a math afterthought. 469 more words
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Platonic Socratic theory of Form/Idea as taught by Euclid is an analysis of the sphere, and indeed the relationships between spherical forms as they overlap their spherical surfaces, from total inclusion to total exclusion. 1,600 more words
Within indian tradition, and most specifically the vedics, there was a multiplying system based in lines that would allow them to perform complex mathematical calculations, sometimes confused with a japanese method for complex calculation. 220 more words
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Just for an introduction we shall look at one of the most interesting numbers in the world – zero.
Well, what would we do without zero? 717 more words