# Mathematics

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"Mathematics is the door and key to the sciences." ~Roger Bacon (1214-1294)

Conic Sections (Circle, Ellipse, Hyperbola, Parabola) - Wall Posters This is a set of posters to display in your classroom to help students throughout the conic sections unit in Algebra 2 or Pre-Calculus. Each poster includes labeled diagrams and the standard form equations. Both color and black...

Pythagoras' Theorem. 54 proofs of the Pythagorean theorem.

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For the last few years, we've been using this quadratic keyword poster during our quadratic word problems unit and it has been so helpf...

These mysterious surfaces were made more than a century ago by mathematicians to answer a simple question: What does an equation look like?

Calibi-Yau n=3 cylinders border surfaces

The Mathematica GuideBook series provides a comprehensive, step-by-step development of the Mathematica programming, graphics, numerics, and symbolics capabilities to solve contemporary, real-world problem. The series contains an enormous collection of examples and worked exercises, thousands of references, a fully hyperlinked index. Each volume comes with a DVD-ROM of all materials in electronic, executable Mathematica notebooks.

These mysterious surfaces were made more than a century ago by mathematicians to answer a simple question: What does an equation look like?

These mysterious surfaces were made more than a century ago by mathematicians to answer a simple question: What does an equation look like?

Multiplying binomials with FOIL. Source: mathnstuff.com There are curves of constant width besides circles and spheres. Source: strangelove.com.au And they can be used to drill a “square” hole. Source: imgur.com Making a parabola. Source: pythagoreanmath.com Making an ellipse. Source: googleusercontent.com Reflective properties of an ellipse. Source: dailydot.com Making a hyperbola. Source: hardycalculus.com A hyperboloid made […]

The singly periodic Scherk surface approaches two orthogonal planes.

The Catenoid is the only minimal surface of revolution.

Fifteen famous and pioneer women in the field of sciences, medicine, politics, mathematics, arts and education who left their mark in Italy, and for some also

These mysterious surfaces were made more than a century ago by mathematicians to answer a simple question: What does an equation look like?