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visualizingmath:


math-is-beautiful:


fourcylinder:


your friend. your enemy. your savior.


This is an extremely useful diagram. Angles in degrees and radians, and their cosines and sines.


This is actually the kind of stuff I should be posting. Fractals are cool, but this is helpful.



The Clear Science staff is going to take a crack at convincing everyone this figure is an essential and beautiful component of everything. And by everything we mean not only science, engineering, and math but also art, music, nature, and pretty much anything else.

clearscience:

visualizingmath:

math-is-beautiful:

fourcylinder:

your friend. your enemy. your savior.

This is an extremely useful diagram. Angles in degrees and radians, and their cosines and sines.

This is actually the kind of stuff I should be posting. Fractals are cool, but this is helpful.

The Clear Science staff is going to take a crack at convincing everyone this figure is an essential and beautiful component of everything. And by everything we mean not only science, engineering, and math but also art, music, nature, and pretty much anything else.

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50 Debunked Science Misconceptions Will Make You Less Dumb

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Vizual Statistix

I found the blog from Facebook and the information is fascinating but this one needs more attention as a father and a teacher…

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caduceus628:

The universe is constantly growing and expanding, much like the human mind and all consciousness. Just as numbers never cease, we will never stop learning and discovering more. Take the Fibonacci sequence as the perfect illustration of our capabilities. The numbers continually grow exponentially, as does our awareness of our universe. Much of nature even adheres to the spiral that can be created using that sequence. Our awareness and perception create the universe that we all see and experience. The universe is capable of eveything that is conceivable.

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