A list of puns related to "Pure Mathematics"

AI Is Discovering Patterns in Pure Mathematics That Have Never Been Seen Before sciencealert.com/ai-is-diβ¦

What is your favorite general section of pure mathematics?

I am aware these are very broad areas but I am pretty curious as to what this community thinks, my vote would go to geometry.

Pure mathematics for a statistics graduate student?

Hello all,

I am an engineer that is currently working through graduate school for statistics (part time while working). I always loved math and I have had the opportunity to learn more about linear algebra and it's application in statistics recently. Between semesters, I would like to read up on some more "pure" math topics. I was curious about fields such as abstract algebra, stochastic processes, and real analysis.

For someone studying statistics, what are some topics that will enhance my knowledge as a practitioner of statistics? What books should I consider? (Ideally something that can be started over the intersession break)

I think stochastic processes is an interesting, and applicable, field of math for statisticians. I don't know if something like topology has that much carryover to what I will be studying, but I am certainly interested. I thought about real analysis, but to be honest, I am slightly intimidated haha.

TL;DR: what topics should a statistics grad student read up on in the "pure math" domain for self studying?

[Pure Mathematics IGCSE] Could anyone help with part b

The snakes come pouring out of your heart...and you know I can't deny them. These lyrics hit me deep. Pure magic. Hunting and beautiful. The Spell of Mathematics is my favorite Deftones song and I've been listening since 95.

[PURE MATHEMATICS] Studying for my finals. Got this question on a quiz. Why is my approach wrong and why is the right answer 4? (I entered 2 cause I was low on time and guessing, my first answer was 0 and it was wrong). reddit.com/gallery/rcm4rv

[pure mathematics] what function passes through all the given points in the table in the photo, and continues the pattern in the picture from Desmos forever? desmos.com/calculator/5qcβ¦

"What is the point of computers? A question for pure mathematicians", by Kevin Buzzard. "[C]omputers might soon help mathematicians to prove theorems in areas where they have not previously been useful ... [and] will also help us in the communication and teaching of mathematics." [PDF, 28pp] arxiv.org/pdf/2112.11598

Pure Mathematics w/Engineering Double Degree

Iβm planning on coming to UNSW for uni, and I just graduated year 12. Rn im tossing up doing solar engineering or a fine degree in mathematics + engineering. For anyone whoβs done this, I have a few questions. A, is it worth it, B, for the double degree can you specialise in the Engineering field and C, are you still doing the double degree or did you switch to just 1 degree

Thank you!!

How should I begin my journey in Pure Mathematics?

I'm an undergraduate majoring in Computer Science and in this semester we had a course on Cryptography. In this course I got the chance to study the book: **A Classical Introduction to Cryptography: Applications for Communications Security by Serge Vaudenay**. This course has encouraged me to pursue my career in Cryptography. But I do not know much about pure mathematics as I hadn't studied it earlier in my course. Can someone provide me a roadmap or some resources from where I can start learning about pure mathematics so that it would become easier for me to do research in Cryptography.

Need CGP A level Further Pure Mathematics

Hey guys. Does anyone have an unredeemed code for CGP A-level Further Pure Mathematics book. Preferably the complete revision book. I will much appreciate if it's a PDF too. Thank you for your time.

Want to learn Pure mathematics from beginning ?

Hi everyone, I'm a mechanical engineer student and I want to learn pure mathematics. I know some calculus, linear algebra, abstract algebra, number theory, and I want to learn more and deeper the math of mathematics from the beginning.

so where to begin ? And what do you think about "book of proof" is it a good start ?

[PURE MATHEMATICS] Can someone explain b) to me? Where did x-1 come from? How was the parameterization of the line segment accounted for?

What is an easily explainable example of pure mathematics that can be told to people with little to no experience in math?

I'm a high-school math student who is aspiring to enter a career in pure mathematics. When talking to people about my future occupation eventually the conversation leads to me explaining (or trying to explain) what pure math even is. My typical go to example is the Four Color Theorem since it's easy to picture mentally but the proof for it is anything but. I appreciate any and all answers as it will spare me from many awkward moments in the future!

Transition Applied to Pure Mathematics PhD (Should I Hold On?)

Hi all,

Apologies if you get a lot of posts like this. Not sure where else to ask.

Basically, I started my PhD in applied mathematics about two months ago and on one hand I enjoy it, but on the other it's a lot more *science* and a lot less *math* than I was hoping for. I find myself longing to do more pure math again (like functional analysis, theory of PDEs, real analysis, ect). I

I'm not really used to the scientific thinking and I'm finding it very hard to find a scientific question that'll have actual real life impact (and which is also mathematically interesting to me).I chose to do a PhD in applied mathematics because I want what I do to have impact in a field that's important to me. However if I'm not actually able to contribute anything worthwhile ... I might as well do the maths I like more.Basically my questions are: Is it even an option to find a new PhD at this stage? Should I hold on for longer to see if I can find a question that meets my criteria?

Factors:

I have a quite a good academic background in the pure areas I'm interested in

I have no research experience in the pure areas

I have no references who work in the pure areas

My supervisor is actually very nice and it would be awkward leaving his group. I might not get lucky again.

Anybody like odd, pure number based mathematics?

I'm looking for help finding the right words that this document states. the ideas and connections to it we can make.

Not saying any of it is true, relevant or even useful.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-NB8GxWsQPGTNsKcekZDz-m9JWeLHRXZ/view?usp=sharing

[A level Pure mathematics differentiation] Please can someone explain q2a and b, as I understand differentiation from first principle but I've never done it using sin and can someone explain q3b

[DeepMind Blog] Exploring the beauty of pure mathematics in novel ways deepmind.com/blog/articleβ¦

Exploring the beauty of pure mathematics in novel ways deepmind.com/blog/articleβ¦

"I have not discovered my limitations yet. [...] seventy-eight courses in advanced calculus and pure mathematics, I managed to get a US equivalent of a 4.0 GPA. In politics [...] a final score of 99.6%.[...] In the last eighteen months [...] I wrote 5.5 million words. I have evidence of this." t.me/CSW_Slack/2915

The Infinite Monkey Cage, Series 9, To Infinity and Beyond: The Mathematics edition with Professor of Pure Mathematics Colva Roney Dougal, John Lloyd and Simon Singh. bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03kβ¦

Edexcel IAS Pure Mathematics 2

How was everyone's exam? The questions were tricky but very doable, not very hard. Made quite a lot of silly mistakes but fixed them.

"Yeah how tf is mathematics applied philosophy? Maths is a science that is pure and proveable. Philosophy is just opinions. Discuss."

https://www.reddit.com/r/physicsmemes/comments/p9a64t/engineering_is_just_applied_approximation/h9wepin/

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