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A first year student at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario caught in an eternal struggle between the worlds of maths and physics.

As of right now, he is in harmony studying and enjoying both. But, the day will come when he has to decide between them. Stay tuned to see who he chooses....


Apr
14
comment Trig Identity Proofs
What have you tried?
Apr
11
answered Explain theorem in Number theory
Mar
29
awarded  Custodian
Mar
29
comment What would be a good book to self study basic algebra?
The textbook I am currently using for a mathematical reasoning course is "Introduction to Mathematical Thinking: Algebra and Number Systems". It is quite good, mainly uses algebra and number theory as well as number systems to learn proof techniques.
Mar
29
comment Analytical question on year calculation.
It grows by 25ft in six years, not to a height of 25ft.
Mar
29
answered Analytical question on year calculation.
Mar
4
accepted Taylor Expansion of $\frac{x^4}{9+x^3}$ using elementary series
Mar
4
comment Taylor Expansion of $\frac{x^4}{9+x^3}$ using elementary series
I had the wrong function listed, please see the edited post
Mar
4
comment Taylor Expansion of $\frac{x^4}{9+x^3}$ using elementary series
I had the wrong function listed, please see edited post.
Mar
4
revised Taylor Expansion of $\frac{x^4}{9+x^3}$ using elementary series
Wrong function
Mar
4
asked Taylor Expansion of $\frac{x^4}{9+x^3}$ using elementary series
Feb
25
answered Online lectures for a first course in mathematical logic
Feb
25
comment Properties of limits
Okay, just making sure I was not missing something.
Feb
25
comment Properties of limits
Why bother defining the constant multiple as a function, instead of just simply using the law for a scalar multiple?
Feb
25
answered Properties of limits
Feb
19
awarded  Organizer
Feb
16
comment Fun math puzzles for kids
Seven bridges will keep them busy for hours.
Feb
15
answered Active learning vs Passive learning in Math
Feb
7
revised What do combinations of non-integers actually represent?
edited title
Feb
7
comment What do combinations of non-integers actually represent?
Not really, but a fun read nonetheless.