The Prisoner’s Dilemma

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 […]

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Coordinates in 3-Space

This post was inspired by a calculus student and will be in three parts: This on the development of different coordinate systems, one with calculus and one without. We are taught in school that the volume of a sphere with radius is . In this post we shall look at a development in calculus that will not […]

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Categories and Functors

Before we begin, I must say that this topic may not be as accessible as the other posts on this blog. It is intended for those who have had at least an introductory course in abstract algebra. I do intend on making quite a few posts like this but I will definitely be doing the […]

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