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## January and Exponential EbolaThe greatest shortcoming of the human race is the inability to understand the exponential function. Dr. Albert Bartlett Will this shortcomi… Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner |
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## Very cute math problemSuppose a_0, a_1, ..., a_n, ... are positive integers, and a_0 < a_1 < ... < a_n < ... Prove there's a unique n >= 1,… Started by Luara |
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## Puzzle in real analysisSuppose f is a continuous function on some open subset S of the real numbers, to the positive real numbers. Suppose the integral of f over… Started by Luara |
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Apr 19 Reply by Luara |

## 1+2+3+4+5+... = -1/12A strange derivation: This sum 1+2+3+... = -1/12 is used in physics a lot believe it or not. This can be rationalized sort of: The Riemann… Started by Luara |
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## p-adics for undergraduates!I just finished reading the course in p-adics for undergraduates that I found online, making various annotations. It turns out this was a… Started by Luara |
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## Speaking of math errors ...I found this false lemma in a math text online: Suppose f: A --> B is a monotone bijection between two subsets of R (the real numbers). … Started by Luara |
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Jan 5 Reply by Luara |

## Progress on twin primes conjecture by a non-expertThe twin primes conjecture says there are infinitely many primes p such that p+2 is also prime. A new proof by a mathematician who isn… Started by Luara |
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## Math and physics popularizations with substanceThere's a style of "popular" books about math and physics that involves actually learning some of the math and physics. They don't just ta… Started by Luara |
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Jun 9, 2013 Reply by Luara |

## Math for Amateurs?Is there such a thing as an amateur mathematician? I mean I am slowly becoming infatuated with math and numbers, especially their abstract… Started by Ronni |
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Mar 2, 2013 Reply by Luara |

## Fun math puzzleHere's a math puzzle for you: Suppose f is a function from the natural numbers (1,2,3...) to the natural numbers, and (f(m)+n)(f(n)+m) is a… Started by Luara |
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Feb 25, 2013 Reply by Luara |

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