“(…) The answer to the Great Question…is…Forty-two(…)” said Deep Thought with infinity majesty and calm (frequently found quote from The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams, London 1979) Dear readers, yesterday, while I was editing, re-editing and writing my … Continue reading

# Tag Archives: Mathematics

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In euclidean two dimensional space, rotations are easy to understand in terms of matrices and trigonometric functions. A plane rotation is given by: where the rotation angle is , and it is parametrized by . Interestingly, in minkovskian two dimensional … Continue reading

I have been fascinated (perhaps I am in love too with it) by Mathematics since I was a child. As a teenager in High School, I was a very curious student ( I am curious indeed yet) and I tried … Continue reading

What is a triangle? It is a question of definition in Mathematics. Of course you could disagree, but it is true. Look the above three “triangles”. Euclidean geometry is based in the first one. The second “triangle” is commonly found … Continue reading