## 07 Jun Mathematics Quiz 1

*1. Let’s start off with Pi itself! The 762nd decimal place of Pi is quite beautiful as the sequence of numbers that follow it is 9999998...

*1. Let’s start off with Pi itself! The 762nd decimal place of Pi is quite beautiful as the sequence of numbers that follow it is 9999998...

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[Editor's Note: This is the next part in our series on the Millennium Problems.] This is a problem in the area of computational complexity which deals with efficiency of algorithms. An alphabet A is a finite nonempty set of symbols and a computational problem over A...

(Based on a similar article by V. M. Sreejith in Science Reporter, July 2004) You are going to enter a into a network of questions based on the lives of famous mathematicians and their works. Start with question number 1, choose the option that you think...

Venus will come exactly between the Earth and the Sun on June 6th 2012 - this rare event will not occur for another 105 years. This rare celestial phenomena called ‘The Transit of Venus’ will be visible in the early morning around 4-17 a.m.( from...

Professor Mahan Mj is a young geometric topologist at Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda University, who combines an esoteric career as a research mathematician and teacher with that of a monk. He belongs to the monastic order, Ramakrishna Mission, founded in 1897 by Swami Vivekanda, a renowned...

1. Mathematician Irving Kaplansky has given music to only one song in his entire professional career, which was written by Enid Rieser and became quite popular in the last decade. What was the song? 2. For what folly will the House Bill No. 246 of the...

[caption id="attachment_2134" align="alignleft" width="167"] Real Analysis by William Trench[/caption] Prof. William Trench has made available his book on Real Analysis for free download. The book can be downloaded here. This book was previously published by Pearson Education. This free edition is made available in the hope that...

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[Editor: This is next part in our series of articles on the Millennium Problems.] In classical physics, there were two kinds of entities, material particles governed by Newtonian mechanics and fields governed by appropriate field equations eg Maxwell’s equations for electromagnetic field. However just before and...

You are at a friend’s place having good time together, watching TV, maybe playing classic video games, or whatever you are in mood for. Soon it all gets pretty boring. You are in mood for some fun and you want to have a bet with...

1. Nature of Truth In mathematics we deal with statements that are ``True" or ``False". This is known as the ``Law of Excluded Middle". Despite the fact that multi valued logics are used in computer science, they have no place in mathematical reasoning. 2. Nature of Mathematical...