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James Joseph Sylvester

James Joseph Sylvester was born on September 3, 1814 in London, England. He died on March 15, 1897 also in London. English mathematician, was the first to use the term matrix to indicate a rectangular table of numbers. He was a friend of the English mathematician Arthur Cayley (1821 + 74 = 1895), with whom he developed Mathematical Algebra.
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Mathematically solved

To reach a goal, keep in mind a goal. Do not waver in curves Always follow straight. Before you trace your way Analyze all angles Cause in a split second You can see yourself To solve a problem, here's the question Try to be quotient, you won't always be right Never try to split, Not multiply Remember You're odd, not even. At times you'll be radical, Rising to the square.
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Love Letter in 2nd Degree Equations

I wanted to be able to love in ax², twice, but my heart can't love two people equally. I wanted bx to turn into a secret kiss; if my heart could be independent like c, it might not suffer so much. And that every time I saw you, time would become a fraction of endless seconds and its indivisible denominator would not end, it would become a periodic tithing.
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Decimal numbering

Introduction The figure shows us a parallelepiped with its main dimensions in centimeters. These dimensions are presented in the form of decimal notation, which corresponds to another form of representation of fractional rational numbers. The representation of fractional numbers had been known for almost 3 years.
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Implicit Differentiation

In general, it is not necessary to solve an equation of y in terms of x in order to differentiate the functions defined by the equation. To illustrate this, consider the equation xy = 1. One way to find dy / dx is to rewrite this equation as one has to. However, there is another way to get this derivative.
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What are ascending numbers?

A natural number is called ascendant if each of its digits is strictly larger than any of the digits placed on its left. For example, the number 3589. What are ascending numbers? Index Next >> Curiosity with Triangular Numbers
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