## 12 Jan On Finding the Next Term

Having given a few terms of a sequence, the question : What is the next term? is frequently asked in examinations. For example, the question may be to find the next term in the sequence 6, 12, 24, 48, ...

Having given a few terms of a sequence, the question : What is the next term? is frequently asked in examinations. For example, the question may be to find the next term in the sequence 6, 12, 24, 48, ...

Questions: 1.The February 2011 issue of the Science (Feb 16) and Nature (Feb 15) reported two separate but similar scientific development that was individually achieved by two different working groups through two different approaches. The cover pages of the specific issues have been given.Give me the scientific...

Imagination is more important than knowledge said Albert Einstein. Most of us are perhaps not aware of many worlds totally different from our own which exist in sub conscious minds of many imaginative people with prophetic vision whom we recognize as science fiction writers. Science...

2005 was celebrated throughout the world as the year of Physics, because in 1904, the theory of Relativity was postulated by Albert Einstein. By now much have been discussed and done on the theory of relativity, but comparatively less attention has been paid to a...

We are very pleased to share a presentation made by Prof. M. S. Narasimhan at a KVPY Camp sometime back. The presentation entitled, 'Geometry beyond Euclid' was made on 19th October. This has been shared with us by our Advisory Board member Prof. Sujatha. The...

11.45 am. 19th June, 2012. I was standing outside the door of room no. 5. My heart bit was running like mail express. I was trying make myself cool and comfortable but I was unable to do so. I knew it no matter how much struggle...

Srinivasa Ramanujan was an Indian mathematical genius born exactly 125 years ago on 22nd of December in 1887 in a little known place in India named Erode. The story of Ramanujan is well known to every student of mathematics in particular and science in general....

“COWARDS DIE MANY TIMES BEFORE THEIR DEATHS, THE VALIANTS NEVER TASTE OF DEATH BUT ONCE...

Brief introduction:- In mathematical study, research and development means the extension of previous mathematical methods and definitions. For instance extension of real numbers to complex numbers, extension of factorials to gamma functions etc. Fractional calculus is the field of mathematics which deals with the study of integrals...

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Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace (10 December 1815 – 27 November 1852), born Augusta Ada Byron and now commonly known as Ada Lovelace, was an English mathematician and writer chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage's early mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine....