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Chika’s Test and Proof – Divisibilty Test of 7

No matter whether you liked or hated mathematics in your school, I can say you must have loved fancying about knowing the divisibility tests...

The Neglected Importance of Geometry

When 'Geometry' was first introduced to me in my 5th grade, I really disliked it a lot. But, being a Fine Arts...

Diophantine Equations

In mathematics, a Diophantine equation is a polynomial equation, usually in two or more unknowns, such that only the integer solutions are sought or studied. Diophantine problems have fewer equations than unknown variables and...

How safe is your money order ?

If it is the month of November now, and I ask you to tell me what month will it be 25 months...

Shape Of Cloud in OEIS – An Attempt To Formulate An Explanatory Hypothesis

You surely would have loved playing around with integer sequences in your high school days. But have you ever given some thought...

Kaprekar’s Constant: 6174

Let's play a short game: 1. Choose a four-digit number. (The only condition is that it has at least two different digits.) 2. Arrange the digits...

Collatz Conjecture: A problem for which mathematics is not ready

The beauty of mathematics is the number of mysteries the numbers hold themselves. Numbers are something which we are aware of since our pre-schooling...

Beal’s Conjecture:  The Undefeated Champion

Daniel Andrew Andy Beal born November 29 1952 is an American banker, businessman, investor, and amateur mathematician. He proposed his Beal's Conjecture. ABSTRACT. This article...

Partition Numbers: Fractal Structure

Ken Ono, left, and Zach Kent.(Photo courtesy of eScienceCommons) Ken Ono of Emory University and his collaborators have accomplished a breakthrough for so-called partition numbers, a...

Spaghetti Breaking Mystery

Try it out - Hold a dry spaghetti noodle on both ends and bent it. It will bend and break from the...

Tesla Mystery of 3,6 and 9.

Nikola Tesla is known for numerous mysterious experiments, but he has his own mysteries as well. Some of them are-

Number Mystery – Why 1.618034 so important?

Imagine if there was a perfect number, a single number so flawless it formed the basis for all art and music. A number...

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