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Category Archives: Maths In The News
Concatenation: 2016  x  2016 = y^6
Pipo’s solutions: 6th powers up to :
Diophantine Equation 8x^3 – 21 x^2 y + 35 xy^2 – 83y^3 = z^3
Find solutions for which If , the obvious solution is , where is any integer. If we subtract from both sides of the equation, we get or … Continue reading
Right Triangles having equal areas
Here’s an example of three rational right angled triangles having equal areas: (40, 42, 58) Area = 840 … Continue reading
Num3er 65
Every number has a story to tell. That’s how I see it. The factors of 65 are: 1 5 13 65 The prime factors are: … Continue reading
Mr. Chao Lu recited 67,890 digits of pi in 24 hours and 4 minutes
He successfully recited 67,890 digits of pi in 24 hours and 4 minutes[1] with an error at the 67,891st digit, saying it was a “5”, when it was actually a “0”. He stated he had 100,000 memorized, and was going … Continue reading
New Mirror That Does Not Have Blind Spots (MathInTheNews)
Mathematics professor R. Andrew Hicks (Drexel University) received a U.S. patent for his redesign of the traditional side view mirror. According to a Drexel University press release, “Hicks designed his mirror using a mathematical algorithm that precisely controls the angle … Continue reading