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Just to keep readers in the loop: I have not forsaken you! I just have a job now… I got hired to program in Clojure, a peculiar member of the Java family and distant relation to the LISP clan. Nevertheless, … Continue reading →
Notes on Mathematical Writing
1. I’m going to be posting my double integral notes, but I’d like to discuss my strategy when writing “more rigorous” mathematics. Modern mathematics consists of definitions, theorems, and proofs…so I’ll discuss the idiosyncrasies of each. (I’ll probably revise this … Continue reading →
Meta: Higgs Boson
So, they discovered the Higgs Boson the other day. I think I will ultimately get to discussing the Standard Model in mathematical detail. It would be awesome to discuss the classical Standard Model, then the quantum Standard Model. I have … Continue reading →
Sit tight for vector calculus
We will embark on the exciting world of vector calculus soon, just sit tight! I am working on some Metapost macros that will allow me to doodle vector calculus diagrams. This may take some time (a few days or maybe … Continue reading →
Meta: Classical Physics
So, I am planning to cover sequences and series, then multivariable calculus. Probably I will continue on and discuss linear algebra. Differential equations are up in the air. But I am entertaining the thought to take notes on classical physics. … Continue reading →
Future Directions (After Differential Calculus)
(Another aside!) I am planning to write a post or two on curve sketching, giving examples which are quite complicated. After that, I will consider the work on differential calculus (of a single variable) quite done. I will begin discussing … Continue reading →
Hello…
So, I am going to start writing up some puzzles and notes for my own benefit. I hope it benefits you too. Right now I am modifying the latex2wp program, making equations more appealing. In a past life, I thought … Continue reading →