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### Using the Minkowski Diagram

How both the observer and the object see a linear contraction of the other How the observer and the object measure time dilation in other system The speed of light as measured in both systems Each coordinate...

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### The Number 9 | The Secret Knowledge of The Ancients Number Nine Code 911

The number 9 is the last number in a base 10 system which is the last and limit of all that is. Nine is a number which has many interesting qualities that other numbers do not have and has been used to hold a hidden...

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### 2015 GCSE Maths Foundation Exam. 5 top topics to revise to help you get a grade C (non-calc paper)

In this hub I will go over some of the more mathematical topics that will have a high proabability of showing on this years maths GCSE non-calculator foundation exam. All the topics covered here are grade D and C...

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### How to Do a Simple Regression using a Casio Calculator

Wondering if there is a way to help you out conduct a simple regression analysis? Well, there is! All you need to have is a CASIO calculator that is capable of performing the task. Read this article to find out how to...

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### What Is Math: A Brief History of Mathematics

The history of mathematics is something many don't think about. To understand what is math entails learning how it came to be.

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### Fractal Geometry :: Fractals in Nature

A fractal is defined as a "rough or fragmented geometric shape that can be split into parts, each of which is (at least approximately) a reduced-size copy of the whole," according to their "discoverer" Benoit Mendelbrot...

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### The Fabulous Number 5

Have you heard of the Law of Fives? All things happen in Fives, or are divisible by or are multiples of Five, or are somehow directly or indirectly appropriate to Five. Do you doubt this theory? Read on ;) The...

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### Times Tables Made Easy

Think that the times tables are difficult to learn? Think again. This is a quick and easy way to learn to multiply.

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### Mathematics of Cricket

This Hub takes us into the Statistics rich world of Cricket, with its run rates, batting averages, and needed to win equations.

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### Statistics and Probability: Cumulative Distribution Function

Definitions, resources, references, and examples that include three different software packages.