But since 2006 there has been a musical Vierergruppe in the world of higher mathematics
, an acapella choir whose members are mathematicians from the Northwestern University (USA) who are known as Klein Four Group.
Compared to New South Wales students, Victorian students had significantly higher mathematics
self-concepts if they used elaboration (0.
The results from this model show that in the USA, the use of the computer for electronic communication was associated with higher mathematics
I have also received a very complicated booklet indicating the new charges which may mean something to one who has a degree in higher mathematics
As a side project in 2004, Jeff Smith, a software developer at American Express in Denver with a background in higher mathematics
, wrote a software application for a friend, the owner of a Dallas-based appliance distributor with a fleet of 10 trucks.
In a research study, Cakiroglu (2003) found out that Turkish pre-service teachers had significantly higher mathematics
teaching outcome expectancy beliefs than that of American pre-service-teachers and he noted that gender was not a factor explaining the difference in efficacy beliefs of pre-service teachers in both countries.
It is all very well (the ordinary reader will say) to speak of the aesthetic and intellectual pleasures of higher mathematics
, but what use is it?
Manhattan has a long tradition of educating engineers and builders, having emphasized the study of higher mathematics
and natural sciences since its founding in the middle of the 19th Century.
I have never been very good at sums, which today would probably qualify me for a degree course in higher mathematics
, but have I got this right?
Her life has not been short of honors--among them a MacArthur "genius" award, a Bessie Award, a position as Dean's Special Scholar at New York University, where she pursues studies in higher mathematics
, physics, architecture, and philosophy--but the trip upstate was resonant.
After all, theirs was the cradle of civilisation and the genes of such immense genius, which achieved such triumphs as inventing the wheel, devising algebra and higher mathematics
and taking pure civilisation to the rest of the world, still lie deep within the Iraqi people themselves.
What Copeland has done in his book is "recast everything in terms of high school algebra and spreadsheets" (at though a little higher mathematics
does "sneak in from time to time," he acknowledges in Chapter 1).