Ten Great Ideas about Chance | Book Review

If you have been following me on Instagram or Goodreads, you probably know that I have been reading "Ten Great Ideas about Chance" by Persi Diaconis and Brian Skyrms. This was the book chosen in the LThMath Book Club on Goodreads for the February and March 2018 reading challenge. Overview This book review is split into different parts for your... Continue Reading →


Relationship between Mathematics and Physics

Recently we have started to choose a topic each month for our posts on all the social media websites. This month is all about Mathematics and Physics, which I think is a very interesting subject. When I was in school, I used to think that physics is actually applied mathematics. I was wondering what would... Continue Reading →

Leonardo da Vinci’s Geometric Sketches

Recently I have seen some beautiful 3D representations that were made by Leonardo da Vinci. I was quite curious first because I never heard of da Vinci's work in mathematics. Therefore, I was curious to find out more. Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci, more commonly Leonardo da Vinci, was an Italian Renaissance polymath, whose areas of... Continue Reading →

Different Circles

I have not posted about an artist in a long time and I thought I should search for something new. So, I found this Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo of Novastructura, who released a series of generative digital “sculptures” that depicted carefully organized pebbles and rocks on a flat plane.  The series of sculptures is titled Stone... Continue Reading →

Taxi-Cab Geometry

I have read about this topic a while ago and when I saw a workshop on this at the One-Day Conference for the Teacher of Secondary Mathematics I wanted to participate. Taxi-Cab Geometry looks at things in a completely different way than what we are used to. If you are used with different metric spaces,... Continue Reading →

Special Cake for the Last Day

I made it to the last day... Extra happy and excited for the future. This university year has been long and hard, but I am so happy I survived to the last day. It changed me a lot and I have learnt some many things (good and bad). Of course in the last day someone... Continue Reading →

A vintage style map of the Mandelbrot set

With the post on The Mathematical Beauty of Nature in a Coloring Book I have decided to write about other project on Kickstarter which are related to mathematics. I think we should support these projects and more people should know about them . Today I will talk about a vintage style map of the Mandelbrot Set,... Continue Reading →

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