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An Analysis of George Polya's Four Point Methods of Solving Mathematical Problems

In 1945 George Polya wrote a book at Princeton University called “How to Solve It.” In his book, Polya was able to come up with a simple and easy way to find the answers to complicated math problems. Polya’s plan for solving mathematical problems involved four key points. First, you have to understand the problem. Second, a...

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The Life and Work of Pierre De Fermat

Born to a rich French merchant in the early years of the 17th century (though the exact year is a subject of dispute), Pierre de Fermat would go on to help shape the field of mathematics for centuries to come. Though not much is known about his early life, historians do know that he enrolled in the University of Orleans in...

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A Discussion on the L'Hopital's Rule and How It Revolutionized the Field of Calculus

While it is likely that many calculus students are familiar with the idea of L'Hôpital’s Rule, which is concerned with the calculation of limits that initially result in indefinite forms such as zero over zero or infinite over infinite by taking the derivative of both the numerator and the denominator as many times as neede...

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The Real Life Applications of Logarithms

Real Life Applications of Logarithms Both math and science are often considered a rigid and fixed knowledge

unlike English, where interpreting a passage can lead to multiple meanings.

This is completely untrue, as math and science are continually changing as

more information and knowledge is gained, and even current p...

unlike English, where interpreting a passage can lead to multiple meanings.

This is completely untrue, as math and science are continually changing as

more information and knowledge is gained, and even current p...

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