Number Systems

  • 1000 Digits of Pi, e, and Other Irrational Numbers
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    1000 Digits of Pi, e, and Other Irrational Numbers

    by TR Smith3 years ago

    Irrational numbers are those whose decimal expansion goes on forever without repeating. In other words, they cannot be represented by any rational number (fraction or whole number). Irrational numbers that are the...

  • Math Fun Facts About the Number 13
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    Math Fun Facts About the Number 13

    by TR Smith3 years ago

    Do you avoid the number 13, or is 13 your go-to luck number? Thirteen has a rich history and has been singled out by many cultures around the world. In some religions it is a number with special significance, while...

  • How to spell the numbers 1 through 50
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    How to spell the numbers 1 through 50

    by scoop6 years ago

    Spelling numbers is very easy. Below is how you spell the numbers one, all the way up to fifty. How to spell the numbers 1-10- The number 1 is spelled one. The number 2 is spelled two. The number 3 is spelled...

  • How to Convert to Base-5
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    How to Convert to Base-5

    by TR Smith6 months ago

    Most human civilizations settled on a base-10 or base-20 numbering system because human hands have 10 fingers, and our hands and feet have 20 digits. Considering we have five fingers on one hand, it's not such a stretch...

  • How to Convert to Base-12
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    How to Convert to Base-12

    by TR Smith2 years ago

    The base-12 numbering system is also known as duodecimal and dozenal. Because 12 is divisible by the prime factors 2 and 3, one of the advantages of the duodecimal system is that fractions over 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 16,...

  • How to Calculate a Number Raised to a Complex Power
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    How to Calculate a Number Raised to a Complex Power

    by TR Smith2 years ago

    In high school you probably learned how to multiply, add, subtract, and divide complex numbers, but what you probably didn't learn is how to perform more advanced operations with complex numbers. For example, you likely...

  • Hexadecimal (Base-16) Divisibility Rules
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    Hexadecimal (Base-16) Divisibility Rules

    by TR Smith23 months ago

    Base-16 (hexadecimal) is used in computing, for example, encoding colors in HTML. Divisibility rules are simple tests you can perform on a number to check if it is divisible by another number, without having to perform...

  • 36 Fun Facts About the Number 36
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    36 Fun Facts About the Number 36

    by TR Smith19 months ago

    Fun facts and mathematical properties of the number 36. Instances of thirty-six (36) in culture, science, math, pop culture, religion, and art.

  • HOW TO LEARN MATH EASILY
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    HOW TO LEARN MATH EASILY

    by empeen3 years ago

    Simple things which makes magnificent changes in a way we learn math.

  • Invention of Zero and Jain Mathematics
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    Invention of Zero and Jain Mathematics

    by Mahaveer Sanglikar45 hours ago

    Zero was invented in India, which was later adopted by Arabs. Europeans adopted it from Arabs. Here is a brief history of the number Zero..

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