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The Square Root of God: Real or Imaginary? By Michael Angel
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Is Man's energy the catalyst for all that matters? Can Deity be expressed through science? Is God real or an imaginary figure? Has the demoralization of religion turned you to existentialism and... More > postmodernity? Even though, secretively, you yearn for a "Ground of Being?" Deeply desiring an Absolute? In this book, I show that the world's religions share the same God (Absolute) when the root of their formula (purpose) is kept positive. Using the Scientific Method and mathematical concepts, I show a real God may actually exist, and in fact, may be universally understood. To the Christian, I give an explanation for the Trinity; to the Spiritual person rejected by their religious community, I affirm your intuitions that God is more than the church has lead on; you are not alone; you are loved and were right all along.< Less
Divisor Drips and Square Root Waves By Jeffrey Ventrella
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A pattern-finding journey through a shimmering universe of large composite numbers, this book starts with a simple graph of divisors and expands it into a vast visual sea of interlocking patterns.... More > Why do mathematicians keep asking if there is any meaning to the sequence of prime numbers? Just think of the primes as the negative spaces behind overlapping composite patterns. The chaotic sequence of primes that pass through the Sieve of Eratosthenes is far less interesting than the Sieve itself! Did you know that the numbers in the range of nine quintillion have a hidden pattern (nested parabolas, reflection rays, swirling proto-galaxies)? These images could not have been seen before the computer allowed us to peer into the dense fabric of numbers. This book will inspire math educators, visual thinkers, and pattern lovers.< Less
Divisor Drips and Square Root Waves By Jeffrey Ventrella
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A pattern-finding journey through a shimmering universe of large composite numbers, this book starts with a simple graph of divisors and expands it into a vast visual sea of interlocking patterns.... More > Why do mathematicians keep asking if there is any meaning to the sequence of prime numbers? Just think of the primes as the negative spaces behind overlapping composite patterns. The chaotic sequence of primes that pass through the Sieve of Eratosthenes is far less interesting than the Sieve itself! Did you know that the numbers in the range of nine quintillion have a hidden pattern (nested parabolas, reflection rays, swirling proto-galaxies)? These images could not have been seen before the computer allowed us to peer into the dense fabric of numbers. This book will inspire math educators, visual thinkers, and pattern lovers.< Less
Calculation of Maximum Root Mean Square of the Error Source By Homework Help Classof1
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"The maximum 3-sigma error for a system is 30. There are 3 additive independent error sources. One (X) is uniformly distributed in the interval 2-10. A second (Y) is exponentially distributed... More > with A Lambda =.5 What is the maximum RMS value of the 3rd error source (Z)? Recompute the result if the error model changes to T= 2X+3Y+Z. Interpret this result. "< Less
Complex Numbers Square-Rooting Unit By Solomon I. Khmelnik
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This book is dedicated to descript the Complex Numbers Square-Rooting Unit. In this book a little-known theory of complex number coding is being used. Included is a brief outline of theory of coding... More > and calculation method which is a generalization of the "digit-by-digit" method for complex numbers codes. The algorithm of square root extraction from complex number is detailed, as well as its hardware implementation and simulation in the MATLAB system. The simulation in the MATLAB system of several known algorithms of the "digit-by-digit" method is also described. The open codes of all the said algorithms are enclosed.< Less
Complex Numbers Square-Rooting Unit By Solomon I. Khmelnik
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This book is dedicated to descript the Complex Numbers Square-Rooting Unit. In this book a little-known theory of complex number coding is being used. Included is a brief outline of theory of coding... More > and calculation method which is a generalization of the "digit-by-digit" method for complex numbers codes. The algorithm of square root extraction from complex number is detailed, as well as its hardware implementation and simulation in the MATLAB system. The simulation in the MATLAB system of several known algorithms of the "digit-by-digit" method is also described. The open codes of all the said algorithms are enclosed.< Less
PUZZLE MATH Simplifying Expressions that have Square Roots By Roxanne Eckenrode
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Students first see a worked out example of simplifying a radical, the square root of 75. Then they quickly simplify 10 similar problems which they self-check via a decoder that reveals a secret... More > message. Then alternate 6 worked out examples and similar problems to do that involve radicals in fractions, fractions in radicals, adding like radicals, multiplying radicals, and combinations of operations with radicals. Then students complete 9 more similar problems. Students also check the 15 more complicated expressions they just simplified with a second decoder. Students will appreciate the support both via the worked out examples and via the immediate feedback that is built-in. Similar PUZZLE MATH publications, including free algebra worksheets and free geometry worksheets are available at www.lulu.com/roxlulu.< Less
The Square Root of Negative Forty-two By Adam Douglas
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When Professor Adam Douglas finally makes it back to the cusp of creation, he is immediately haunted by one thing: how to take his beloved Miss Eve Milgrew back with him. The problem: the parabolic... More > design of his time machine can only accommodate one traveler at a time. When the two love birds attempt the unthinkable and head back together as one, the unspeakable happens. Miss Milgrew falls off. As best he can tell, somewhere between the Battle of the Alamo and the beginning of time. The rest, as they say, is history; or, in this case, un-history, as Professor Douglas struggles against all odds to find Miss Milgrew and bring her back safely to the here and now. Along the way, he is forced to confront everything he has ever held sacred. Even the number 42. Thanks to his juxtaposed namesake, Douglas Adams, and his epic work, The “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” there was a time not long ago when the ultimate answer, 42, went unchallenged. Not any more!< Less
The Square Root of Negative Forty-two By Adam Douglas
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When Professor Adam Douglas finally makes it back to the cusp of creation, he is immediately haunted by one thing: how to take his beloved Miss Eve Milgrew back with him. The problem: the parabolic... More > design of his time machine can only accommodate one traveler at a time. When the two love birds attempt the unthinkable and head back together as one, the unspeakable happens. Miss Milgrew falls off. As best he can tell, somewhere between the Battle of the Alamo and the beginning of time. The rest, as they say, is history; or, in this case, un-history, as Professor Douglas struggles against all odds to find Miss Milgrew and bring her back safely to the here and now. Along the way, he is forced to confront everything he has ever held sacred. Even the number 42. Thanks to his juxtaposed namesake, Douglas Adams, and his epic work, The “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” there was a time not long ago when the ultimate answer, 42, went unchallenged. Not any more!< Less
Mathematical Measures, Mathematical Pleasures, Mathematical Treasures By Stephen C. Clark
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A hands on introduction to the basic concepts of Geometry and Mathematics.