Category Archives: Mathematics

Learning the Importance of Mathematics

Tonight, I thought I would write about how I came to become so interested in Mathematics; and the importance of Mathematics in scienfic disciplines; and more importantly the importance of Mathematics in our everyday life. Mathematics, in my opinion, is … Continue reading

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Some Interesting Theorems and Conjectures

Following from a discussion of the Mathematics and Science forum called Function Space, I thought I would add a collection of the interesting topics being discussed there in this article. There is many interesting conjectures and theorems in Mathematics, however, … Continue reading

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McNugget Numbers

McNugget Numbers are any integer n which can be satisfied with the linear combination of 6a + 9b + 20c. Although it is known that all integers (with some exceptions*) are McNugget Numbers, it is still interesting to see how … Continue reading

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Some Interesting Numbers – Proth Numbers, Rough Numbers and Pi-Primes [Part 2]

This is my second post to the Interesting Numbers series, where I’ll post a few types of numbers which I find interesting. In the last post I looked at Polygonal Numbers, Kaprekar’s Constant and Highly Composite Numbers. In this post, … Continue reading

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A Complete List of Johnson Solids

The Johnson Solids are a family of shapes with some very interesting forms. There is 92 Johnson Solids in total, with a proof being provided by Zalgaller (1969). All the Johnson Solids are convex polyhedra, with equal side lengths (some … Continue reading

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The Interesting Properties of 2

The number 2 has some interesting properties which Number Theorists and other Mathematicians might find interesting or ascetically pleasing. 2 is the only even prime number, and the first of all prime numbers. There is no other prime number which … Continue reading

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House Graphs and House X Graphs – Eulerian and Hamiltonian Paths

As stated before, House and House X Graphs aren’t widely described on the Internet, following from my previous post on the properties of House Graphs, I wanted to show that House (X) Graphs aren’t Eulerian (do not have a Eulerian … Continue reading

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