### Irrational Numbers Discussion

Math Debate How can we use Irrational Numbers? The Square Root 2 = 1.414213562… This number is not visible. However, you can see this number with your eyes with geometrics. The right triangle Base = 1 Height = 1 Hypotenuse = The Square Root 2 This number is an invisible number but it does exist … More Irrational Numbers Discussion

### The Vital Question

The Vital Question : Energy, Evolution, and the Origins of Complex Life ; Nick Lane [Alex Kim’s Comment] This book is recommended by Bill Gates. I though this book is a biology book. However, I learned how the world is built after finishing this book. [Introduction] > All complex life on earth shares a common … More The Vital Question

### How to Use a Right Triangle

How to Use a Right Triangle Let’s start with general algebra. What is two square? It is 2*2. What about three square? It is 3*3. The calculations will be 4 and 9. Simly, two square will be 2 + 2 and three square will be 3 + 3 + 3. Now, I will do further … More How to Use a Right Triangle

### How to See Unseen?

How Can We See What We Can’t See? Mathematical Approcahes to the Truth Ladies and Gentlemen, today we are going to use mathematics to discover unseen truth. Internet is a great invension that makes us able to find a lot of information. However, we also often fall into biased information. Moreover, we even have possiblites … More How to See Unseen?

### The Chesterfield

The Chesterfield Chesterfield is a market town and a borough in Derbyshire, England. It is also called a main territory of Rome. This city is known with a plenty of glasses, mining, and irons. Nowdays a chesterfield is called a sofa. A lot of close friends sit together on it. 1980… “Hey, do you want … More The Chesterfield

### The Economic Debate with Probability

Economic Debate with Probabilties Probailtiy is a great weight of statistics. However, it is also very useful to predict the pattern of our lives. Let’s start with “Head and Tail” coins. I’m going to toss my 25 cent coin and see what results I get. I got HHTHHHHHTH. I will draw a simple graph with … More The Economic Debate with Probability

### We Can’t Satisfy Everyone

We Can’t Satisfy Everybody Mathematical Approaches to Prove This Theory Today we are going to discuss why we can’t please everybody with mathematics. Before I bring up this with mathematics, I will use a simple daily example. Suppose that you are one of supervisors in Value Village. You are supervising CDC Department, which is Community … More We Can’t Satisfy Everyone

### Detective Kevin

Detective Kevin Things happened. A fourteen years old girl was kidnapped by one guy and sxually assulted. It happened around 2pm at Microsoft Church in Victoria, BC. Police officers narrowed dawn the suspectives within six individuals. “Detective, Kevin… those are the possible suspectives.” An officer John Rei said. “Those are all ugly.” Detective Kevin Curts … More Detective Kevin

### The Patterns of Our Lives with Math

The Patterns of Our Lives Alex Kim again, Friends… Today we are going to discuss the patterns of our lives with mathematics. Especially, I’m bring up Calculus. God is a mathematician and he hid the secrets into mathematics. Let’s start with some function. [1] f(x) = xx. As you know, this function is a quadratic. … More The Patterns of Our Lives with Math

### 2017 Collection

FireBook ; the reviews of casual books [Citations] 1. Jack Canfiled’s Success Principle 2. Robert Herjavec’s The Will to Win (on going) 3. Dale Carnegie’s How to Win Friends and Influence People 4. Sihyung Lee’s Study Hard 5. Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool’s PEAK 6. Jordan Ellenberg’s How Not To Be Wrong 7. Kathryn Schulz’s … More 2017 Collection