## Calculus

Calculus is the mathematics of change, and how it can be measured. The concept of calculus can be used in many different ways such as to measure the volume of a 3D object. For example, it can be used to measure the objects with curves such as spheres, cones, barrels, and prisms, imagine you took the… More…

## New York Time's The Life of Pi

Questions from the New York Times Article, The Life of Pi

- What are some examples of infinite quantities given by the author?

The author gives the following examples in order; Time, done to indicate that we don’t have a start nor an end that we know of yet; the Cosmos, indicated by the ever… More…

## Cantor on the Shore

The blog Cantor by the Shore (http://cantorontheshore.blogspot.com.au/search?q=to+infinity+and+beyond) is dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of the mathematical concept of infinity. One of the posts states that the concept of 'To Infinity and Beyond" doesn't make sense seen as infinity… More…

## To Infinity and Beyond

This video focused mainly on Hilbert and his 23 problems that he believed needed to be solved by mathematics and the people who solved some of his problems. One of the more interesting men who solved the problem was Kurt Gödel, he attempted to proved Hilbert's 2nd problem, however, instead of… More…

## Early European Math's

This video showed the early innovations of Europeans in mathematics. One of the main mathematicians on focus was Darcars, who's work on curves on a 2D plain allowed him to find the links between algebra and geometry. The video also focused on Issac Newton and his works in the field of mathematics and… More…

## Language of the Universe Blog Reflection

In the Documentary the language of the universe the key idea they pushed was, although humans didn't have great contact with each other, they would often build their own systems for maths and mathematical concepts that were extremily similar. In the video I learned more concepts on the base systems and… More…