This began as an update to “Confessions,” which concerns the man called G. H. Hardy and the woman called Sylvia Plath. I had originally included a photograph of the subjects’ respective books. 1,947 more words

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#### Week 9 'How?'

Sourcing data, searching for output and context examples, time on tangents…all relative to the concept have distracted me from the actual *doing,* so to recap: 407 more words

#### Week 7 'Hardy's quote'

G.H Hardy

A simple character-relayed quote from a work of fiction was the start… 247 more words

#### Partition Function

An integer can be written as a sum of different positive integers. Its also called partitions of an integer or .

For , there are partitions. 130 more words

#### The beautiful and the serious

334 more wordsA mathematician, like a painter or a poet, is a maker of patterns. If his patterns are more permanent than theirs, it is because they are made with ideas.

#### Tessellating the Hardy-Ramanujan Taxicab Number, 1729, Bedrock of Integer Sequence A198775.

Here is Trefoil Lattice Labyrinth (32,15). There’s something rather special about it.

According to the celebrated story, the English mathematician G.H.Hardy arrived at the hospital bedside of his Indian protege ( the autodidact mathematical genius) Srinivasa Ramanujan in London taxi number… 1,253 more words