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# lorem ipsum

Merriam-Webster has an entry for ‘icosahedron’, but not for ‘icosagon’.

Go figure.

keywords: dictionary, dictionaries, errors and omissions

# a coincidence between the values for the Empirical Rule and the prime-counting function

The values for Empirical Rule are 68%, 95%, and 99.7%. We are concerned with the digits of the first and third entries, that is, with 68 and 997. These two values correspond to the number of primes, modulo 100, not exceeding 1000, and to the largest prime not exceeding 1000, respectively.

keywords: Mathematics, Number Theory

# a kit for constructing an icosahedron

Here’s where to order it.

keywords: 20, Geometry, Mathematics, hands-on experience

# number of primes not exceeding a given value

Here’s a website that tells you.

keywords: Mathematics, Number Theory

# a fellow working through the problems in Apostol

Here he is.

keywords: Mathematics, solutions, answers

# lorem ipsum

When I refer to ‘Apostol’, I am referring to this book.

keywords: Mathematics, Calculus

# bounds on log(2)

Here’s the scoop.

keywords: Mathematics, natural logarithm, interval of approximation

# how to study as a mathematics major

Here’s the scoop.

keywords: transitioning from calculations to proofs

# exact upper and lower bounds on the difference between the arithmetic and geometric means

Here’s the scoop.

keywords: Mathematics, Inequalities