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## Mathematical Reasoning

Let’s relate math with literature and start our journey towards showing the existence of mathematics in all aspects of life. ~Vansh Jatin Mehta Mathematically acceptable Statements.A Statement is a sentence which is not an order or an exclamatory sentence and of course a statement is not a question. For example.What is your name? Get outContinue reading “Mathematical Reasoning”

## Crime + Mathematics = Crimatics

Maths may seem very different from the confused, unpredictable and highly relevant business of fighting crime. But in fact maths is very relevant. It is integral to many of the methods police use to solve crime, including dealing with fingerprints, accident and number-plate reconstruction and tracking down poison.

## Should You Buy A Lottery Ticket?

Spending \$2 to stand a chance to win \$100million sounds like a deal only a numb nut would pass. Every single day millions of these deals are made in the USA and people happily participate. But have you ever wondered if the lottery is too good to be true?

## Don’t Rain on my Pitch!

Ever seen cricket matches happen in the UK? It rains every 2 days which can dampen the game. Unlike other games, cricket has to be interrupted due to the weather. What to do in this scenario? What is the solution? Read to find out!

## OMM- Oh My Mod

You think the only modulus that exists is the absolute value modulus? That thought is going to change today, read this one to know how!

## The Queen of Mathematics

The theory of numbers,is a vast and challenging subject as old as mathematics and as fresh as today’s news. Its problems retain their fascination because of an apparent (often deceptive) simplicity and an irresistible beauty. With such a rich and colorful history, number theory surely deserves to be called, in the famous words of Gauss, “the queen of mathematics.”