Category Archives: Mathematics
S. Bochner and W. T. Martin’s book Functions of Several Complex Variables, published in 1936, dealt with the functional theory of n dimensions. At the time, this book was practically the only reference available to those who wished to study the subject. A … Continue reading
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The “Business Competition Theorem”, where θ is the “super large corporation” and r is the “really small business”.
Curiosità Numerica The Italian word for 6 (sei) contains 3 letters. The Italian word for 8 (otto) contains 4 letters. The Italian word for 10 (dieci) contains 5 letters. The Italian word for 12 (dodici) contains 6 letters.
Today is Friday the 13th. Some people believe that unlucky things happen during this day while others find this belief absurd. But whether you believe in the unluckiness Friday the 13th or not, I hope that you are having a … Continue reading
Strange Bird Mr. Zachariah Pearce, aged 21, died at Cranbrook, Kent, October 17, 1786. The following remarkable occurrences are related as matters of fact, which can be attested by many persons in Cranbrook. Mr. W. Pearce, the father of the … Continue reading