Mathematics category

Mathématiques de base

les mathématiques sont à la base de tous. ce document vous permettra de comprendre un peu plus mieux les mathématiques.

published on 24-01-2020 - 30 views
Mathématiques de base

Ce livre parle des bas de logique et théorie des ensembles, des Nombres entiers, rationnels, réels et complexes des fonctions numériques et modélisation

published on 23-01-2020 - 40 views
Cours de Mathématiques (L1)

Ce livre parle de plusieurs choses tels que le langage mathématiques, les groupes, les structures algébriques, les corps, les anneaux, les espaces vectoriel...

published on 23-01-2020 - 43 views
The definitive guide to how computers do math: featuring the virtual DIY calculator

The Basics of Computer Arithmetic Made Enjoyable and Accessible-with a Special Program Included for Hands-on Learning "The combination of this book and its associated virtual computer is fantastic! Experience over the last fifty years has shown me that there's only one way to truly understand how computers work; and that is to learn one computer and its instruction set-no matter how simple or primitive-from the ground up. Once you fully comprehend how that simple computer functions, you can easily extrapolate to more complex machines." -Fred Hudson, retired engineer/scientist "This book-along with the virtual DIY Calculator-is an incredibly useful teaching and learning tool. The interesting trivia nuggets keep you turning the pages to see what's next. Students will have so much fun reading the text and performing the labs that they won't even realize they are learning." -Michael Haghighi, Chairperson of the Business and Computer Information Systems Division, Calhoun Community College, Alabama "At last, a book that presents an innovative approach to the teaching of computer architecture. Written with authority and verve, witty, superbly illustrated, and enhanced with many laboratory exercises, this book is a must for students and teachers alike." -Dr. Albert Koelmans, Lecturer in Computer Engineering, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, and the 2003 recipient of the EASIT-Eng. Gold Award for Innovative Teaching in Computer Engineering Packed with nuggets of information and tidbits of trivia, How Computers Do Math provides an incredibly fun and interesting introduction to the way in which computers perform their magic in general and math in particular. The accompanying CD-ROM contains a virtual computer/calculator called the DIY Calculator, and the book's step-by-step interactive laboratories guide you in the creation of a simple program to run on your DIY Calculator. How Computers Do Math can be enjoyed by non-technical individuals; students of computer science, electronics engineering, and mathematics; and even practicing engineers. All of the illustrations and interactive laboratories featured in the book are provided on the CD-ROM for use by high school, college, and university educators as lecture notes and handouts

published on 20-01-2020 - 56 views
Functional Equations and How to Solve Them

Over the years, a number of books have been written on the theory of functional equations. However, very little has been published which helps readers to solve functional equations in mathematics competitions and mathematical problem solving. This book fills that gap. The student who encounters a functional equation on a mathematics contest will need to investigate solutions to the equation by finding all solutions, or by showing that all solutions have a particular property. The emphasis here will be on the development of those tools which are most useful in assigning a family of solutions to each functional equation in explicit form. At the end of each chapter, readers will find a list of problems associated with the material in that chapter. The problems vary greatly, with the easiest problems being accessible to any high school student who has read the chapter carefully. The most difficult problems will be a reasonable challenge to advanced students studying for the International Mathematical Olympiad at the high school level or the William Lowell Putnam Competition for university undergraduates. The book ends with an appendix containing topics that provide a springboard for further investigation of the concepts of limits, infinite series and continuity.

published on 20-01-2020 - 59 views
Simple Maths

With these lessons you can learn some mathematics very easily. You don't have to suck at maths any longer in your life

published on 15-01-2020 - 65 views
Murder on the Einstein Express and Other Stories

This collection of stories touches upon many genres: Normed Trek is a clever and witty Alice-in-Wonderland-type narrative set in the realm of mathematical analysis, The Cantor Trilogy is a dystopia about the consequences of relying upon computer-based mathematical proofs, In Search of Future Time bears the flavor of Tales from Arabian Nights set in the future, and – last but not least - Murder on the Einstein Express is a short, non-technical primer on probabilities and modern classical physics, disguised as a detective story. Written primarily for an audience with some background or a strong interest in mathematics, physics and computer science (in particular artificial intelligence), these stories explore the boundaries between science and fiction in a refreshingly unconventional fashion. In the Afterthoughts the author provides some further insights and annotations

published on 06-01-2020 - 96 views
FICHIER GEOMETRIE COLLEGE

Ce fichier regroupe une partie des définitions et propriétés utilisées dans les démonstrations au collège de la sixième à la troisième

published on 03-01-2020 - 96 views
Number Story: From Counting to Cryptography

Numbers have fascinated people for centuries. They are familiar to everyone, forming a central pillar of our understanding of the world, yet the number system was not presented to us "gift-wrapped" but, rather, was developed over millennia. Today, despite all this development, it remains true that a child may ask a question about numbers that no one can answer. Many unsolved problems surrounding number matters appear as quirky oddities of little account while others are holding up fundamental progress in mainstream mathematics. Peter Higgins distills centuries of work into one delightful narrative that celebrates the mystery of numbers and explains how different kinds of numbers arose and why they are useful. Full of historical snippets and interesting examples, the book ranges from simple number puzzles and magic tricks, to showing how ideas about numbers relate to real-world problems, such as: How are our bank account details kept secure when shopping over the internet? What are the chances of winning at Russian roulette; or of being dealt a flush in a poker hand? This fascinating book will inspire and entertain readers across a range of abilities. Easy material is blended with more challenging ideas about infinity and complex numbers, and a final chapter "For Connoisseurs" works through some of the particular claims and examples in the book in mathematical language for those who appreciate a complete explanation. As our understanding of numbers continues to evolve, this book invites us to rediscover the mystery and beauty of numbers and reminds us that the story of numbers is a tale with a long way to run

published on 31-12-2019 - 99 views
Story of Light: A Short Introduction to Quantum Theory of Quarks and Leptons

This book presents the essential aspects of relativistic quantum field theory, with minimal use of mathematics. It covers the development of quantum field theory from the original quantization of electromagnetic field to the gauge field theory of interactions among quarks and leptons. Aimed at both scientists and non-specialists, it requires only some rudimentary knowledge of the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formulation of Newtonian mechanics and a basic understanding of the special theory of relativity and quantum mechanics.

published on 31-12-2019 - 82 views
Notes for Professionals LaTeX

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published on 28-12-2019 - 99 views
Série Statistique à deux variables

Objectifs - Etudier des séries statistiques à deux variables - Représentation - Ajustement linéaire

published on 18-11-2019 - 139 views
Statistiques

Objectifs Maîtriser les notions acquises dans les classes antérieures sur les séries statistiques à une variable (représentation graphique, caractéristiques de position et de dispersion

published on 18-11-2019 - 159 views
Variable aléatoire

Objectifs Connaître le sens pratique donné aux notions de variable aléatoire,Espérance, Variance écart-type

published on 18-11-2019 - 142 views
Probabilité conditionnelle

Objectifs Acquisition de notion très simplifiée en indépendance d'événements en probabilité conditionnelle Résoudre des problèmes relativement simple utilisant ces deux notions

published on 18-11-2019 - 157 views
Loi binomiale

Objectifs cas particulier de calcul de probabilité Objectifs cas particulier de calcul de probabilité Objectifs cas particulier de calcul de probabilité

published on 18-11-2019 - 175 views
Probabilités

Objectifs Résoudre des exercices de probabilité à l'aide de dénombrement Reconnaître le cas où s'applique l'hypothèse d'équiprobabilité Connaître le vocabulaire des probabilités

published on 18-11-2019 - 195 views
Dénombrement (Rappel)

bjectifs Reconnaître les situations où interviennent l'analyse combinatoire Effectuer des dénombrements en utilisant les modèles mathématiques et les arbres s e familiariser avec l'utilisation de la formule du binôme

published on 18-11-2019 - 237 views
Similitudes planes et nombres complexes

Objectifs Faire le lien entre nombres complexes et similitudes planes Pré-requis Nombres complexes et Géometrie

published on 18-11-2019 - 157 views
Similitudes indirectes

- f est une bijection conservant le rapport des distances et transformant un angle orienté en son opposé. - f est la composée d'une homothétie de rapport positif et d'un antidéplacement. - f est la réciproque d'une similitude indirecte.

published on 18-11-2019 - 162 views
Similitude plane : Fiche

Similitude plane : Fiche Similitude plane : Fiche Similitude plane : Fiche Similitude plane : Fiche Similitude plane : Fiche

published on 18-11-2019 - 141 views
Similitudes planes directes

Similitudes planes directes Similitudes planes directes Similitudes planes directes Similitudes planes directes

published on 18-11-2019 - 168 views
Isométries et nombres complexes

Isométries et nombresObjectifs Etudier systématiquement les translations rotations et symétries Résoudre des problèmes de géométrie en utilisant ces transformation complexes

published on 18-11-2019 - 139 views
Isometries planes - antidéplacement

Objectifs Classer les isométries décomposer et composer des isométries Objectifs Classer les isométries décomposer et composer des isométries

published on 18-11-2019 - 143 views
Isométries planes - déplacements

Objectifs Classer les isométries décomposer et composer des isométries Classer les isométries décomposer et composer des isométries

published on 18-11-2019 - 153 views
Isometries planes

Objectifs Etudier systématiquement les translations rotations et symétries Résoudre des problèmes de géométrie en utilisant ces transformations

published on 18-11-2019 - 141 views
ROTATIONS

Objectifs L’élève doit être capable de (d’) : - Connaître ce qu’est une application affine ainsi que ces quelques propriétés ; - Étudier sur des ensembles, des applications affines du plan ; - Résoudre des problèmes en utilisant les expressions analytiques d’une application affine.

published on 18-11-2019 - 163 views
HOMOTHETIES

Objectifs L’élève doit être capable de (d’) : - Connaître ce qu’est une application affine ainsi que ces quelques propriétés ; - Étudier sur des ensembles, des applications affines du plan ; - Résoudre des problèmes en utilisant les expressions analytiques d’une application affine.

published on 18-11-2019 - 165 views