### Reimagining mathematical notations

Maths notation is often overly complex. Let’s see how this can be better:

### Skewes’ Massive Number

Heard of Skewes’ Number? It is the number above which must fail (assuming that the Riemann hypothesis is true), where is the prime counting function and is the logarithmic integral. Isaac [...]

### Let’s talk about Zipf’s Law

Zipf’s law /ˈzɪf/, an empirical law formulated using mathematical statistics, refers to the fact that many types of data studied in the physical and social sciences can be approximated with [...]

### Taylor’s Series of a Polynomial

Remember the working on Taylor Series from your A-level Math MF15? This video walks you through what would be the Taylor’s Series of a polynomial. Surprised? Can you figure out why this is [...]