Mathematicians create entire worlds from a small set of rules. This can be seen with the advent of real numbers. The world around the real numbers is still growing even today. However, there are always roadblocks that stop mathematicians dead in their tracks. For example, in the real numbers, there is no solution to because […]Read more "Quaternion"
Pythagoras of Samos (569-500 BCE) was an actual person, but was also the founder of the Pythagoreans. He was a political figure and a mystic. Beyond this, he stood out in his time as he involved women as equals in his activities. The Pythagorean society focused on mathematics, but also had some religious properties which include […]Read more "Pythagoras and the Square Root of 2"
The prisoner’s dilemma is a very popular situation in crime fiction, and can be found in many areas of real life. It originated from Merrill Flood and Melvin Dresher, however Albert Tucker is credited for formalizing it into its current form. So let us take a look. Two criminal partners, A and B, are arrested […]Read more "The Prisoner’s Dilemma"