Par. 15, 16 has starvation, disease, America. The variable as two factors adds complexity but it can be handled by equating the elements of the vectors to zero at L10. A theorem makes it easier.
Going to heaven? begins at par. 10. DEs finds functions. This hub works backwards. You are given a function, and you find a differential equation associated with it.
The Bible and sophistry begins at par. 10. The differential operator is a powerful mathematical technique. It enables one to solve differential equations very quickly under the right conditions.
God, nuts, and bolts begin at par. 6. This hub gives the derivation of the derivative of a logarithmic function, and it gives a formula to find the derivative of a logarithmic function to any base.
Tornadoes, the ultimate manufacturer, begins at par. 8. This hub uses limits to define e, and it explains why 1 raised to an infinite power may not be anywhere near one when limits are involved.
Assumptions about God at par. 12. It is not possible to take the logarithm of a negative number; however, if you are willing to leave the realm of real numbers and enter the field of complex numbers . . . well then, the impossible in made possible.
God is not willing that any perish begins at par. 12. Inverse trigonometric functions would be difficult to integrate if you did not first convert them into their algebraic equivalent. After that--in many instances--you can do the integration in your head.
Par. 8 begins, Is God's love unconditional? Collectively the eigenvectors of a matrix represent a very powerful mathematical machine. This introduction will give you a good idea of how eigenvectors are determined, and the same principles are used with higher dimensional matrices.
Fractal Geometry is mentioned in God's Word, the Bible? Absolutely! This hub presents a powerful argument to convince you that not only is Fractal Geometry mentioned in the Bible, but to this day we still have no idea what is the circumference of the earth. How can that be? God's resolution is...
You can easily solve two simultaneous equations without using matrices. Three is harder but it can be done. But 4 or more? Well, then you want to use matrices. Matrices are very powerful mathematical tools, and when they are applied to solving multiple simultaneous equations, then they really...