If someone has spots and itching on his skin, how likely is that person to have smallpox? This question may have been in the imagination of doctors in ancient times. At that time the technology was not possible to do blood tests or other biological tests, so medical experts could not conclude whether the symptoms… Read More »
Have you ever heard the word “probability”? A simple example of probability is when we play with coins that have two sides. Try throwing the coin up and catch it again. Then, which side is facing us? How much probability do we have for each side to facing us?
Worm hole is a tunnel that connects two places in space. By passing through a wormhole, we can, in theory, travel a great distance across the universe but with a very short time, even if the two ends of the wormhole are very far apart.
Triangles are one of the most studied objects in mathematics. Many theorems and mathematical systems that emerge thanks to triangles, including Euclidean geometry and trigonometry.
Imagine we are on a bus. The bus may not be fully loaded, with passengers and drivers and ourself, there are 24 people. It’s possible that bus passengers don’t know each other. We can assume that everyone’s birthday is scattered randomly throughout the year.
Yes, there are many mathematical problems that have not been solved other than “7 Millennium Problems”. For example, until now, mathematicians have not been able to find “perfect Euler beams”.
Bees are well known as amazing architect, because their ability to build complicated hive. On South East Asia, bees are often used as a tool for therapy, or often referred to as “bee sting therapy”. And, on the latest research, scientists also conclude something special about them – they can solve mathematical problems!