A History of Mathematics | September

We have decided to share more interesting facts from the history of mathematics. We started this in August and it was a great way to find out more about some great mathematicians, but also remind ourselves about some great mathematical concepts. We are continuing with the same idea in September. Hope you will like these... Continue Reading →

October – November Book Choice

Recently we have been reorganizing our LThMath Book Club. The whole idea behind it is to read and discuss books with other people. We are happy that the Goodreads Club grew to 272 people. Recently people have been asking if we can use other platforms for the Book Club as well. Therefor, we have created... Continue Reading →

A History of Mathematics | August

We have decided to share more interesting facts from the history of mathematics. We are starting with some interesting events that happened in August. Hope you will like these posts! 10 August 1548 Everything started with Tartaglia giving Cardan the method to solve the cubic. Cardan didn’t want to break his promise for a very... Continue Reading →

Biographies Recommendations

Recently, I have asked on our Facebook Page for some biographies book recommendations and we have received so many great books. We decided to make a list of the ones mentioned together with short reviews (if I have read them) or with short general descriptions. If you would like to discover other great book recommendations... Continue Reading →

August – September Book Choice

Recently we have been reorganizing our LThMath Book Club. The whole idea behind the Book Club is to read and discuss books with other people. We are happy that the Goodreads Club grew to 267 people and we are happy we can speak about books with everyone. Recently people have been asking if we can... Continue Reading →

Book Club Requests

To be part of LThMath Book Club on Goodreads you have to answer the following question: "why do you want to join?". It is an easy straight forward question that would help me decide if I can add someone to the group. In the past one year and a half I have received some incredible answers.... Continue Reading →

Weapons of Math Destruction | Book Review

If you have been following me on social media, you probably know that I finished "Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy" by Cathy O'Neil. This was the book chosen in the LThMath Book Club (on Goodreads and Facebook) for the April and May 2019 reading challenge. Overview This book review is split... Continue Reading →

Susan Silver for the Inspirational Corner

We have a special interview for the beginning of Summer. Also, welcome to the sixth post for the Inspirational Corner. I am very happy to see how many lovely people have taken some time to answer our questions and share their passion for mathematics. Hope you enjoyed our fifth interview with Elias. Today we have a special guest... Continue Reading →

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