## Archive for January 2nd, 2010

### The fallacy of null hypothesis rejection

Posted by: **Alexandre Borovik** on January 2, 2010

Atomic objects, structures and concepts of mathematics

Posted by: **Alexandre Borovik** on January 2, 2010

- Why it matters that so many people became innumerate
- Why does algebra have letters in sums?
- No intrinsic gender differences in children’s earliest numerical abilities
- What are some real-world uses of the determinant of a matrix?
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- What is your favorite visual mathematical proof? Perhaps it is Tennenbaum’s proof of the irrationality of the square root of 2
- Why do irrational numbers exist? Why does math exist that is only conceptual and not applicable in nature?
- How do mathematicians avoid circular reasoning when proposing a new proof for an already proved theorem?
- If you want to build higher, you must first dig deeper
- “Universities are essentially massaging the figures”

- A Neighborhood of Infinity
- Antony Brand
- Ars Mathematica
- Division by Zero
- Explaining mathematics
- God Plays Dice
- If wisdom was teachable …
- John Baez
- Me Or My Maths
- Modulo Errors
- neverendingbooks
- Noncommutative geometry
- Not Even Wrong
- Olivier Gerard
- Richard Elwes
- Scott Aaronson
- Secret Blogging Seminar
- Susan Beckhardt
- Tasteful algebra and quasi objects of study
- Terence Tao
- The De Morgan Journal
- The n-Category Café
- The Unapologetic Mathematician
- Theoretical Atlas
- Tim Gowers
- Vlorbik on Math Ed

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