# Category Archives: mathématiques

# Viviani’s Theorem

Viviani's Theorem: in an equilateral △, the sum of the distances from any interior point to the 3 sides is equal to the height of the △ pic.twitter.com/c9wgn4IL5c

— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) November 30, 2018

# Quater Pounder

This was a low time for America #throwbackthursday #LearnYourFractions pic.twitter.com/Qc5whNKr0r

— Center of Math (@centerofmath) November 29, 2018

# A Not So Famous Goldbach Conjecture

A Not So Famous Goldbach Conjecture

Today's paper is a good example of an unsolved conjecture being disproved by counterexample. Goldbach stated that every positive odd integer is either prime or the sum of a prime and twice a square. 5777 and 5993 are the only known counterexamples.https://t.co/hHGPmtwfUZ pic.twitter.com/difBwFeT53

— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) November 27, 2018

# Geometric representations of trigonomic functions

# Amateur Mathematician Finds Smallest Universal Cover

Il faudrait ajouter un “Yet” à la fin du titre de l’article “Amateur Mathematician Finds Smallest Universal Cover”.

# The equations behind my live spherical footage

# Don’t be afraid to live among larger integers!

Don't be afraid to live among larger integers! #WednesdayWisdom pic.twitter.com/34dwMQlYQN

— Center of Math (@centerofmath) November 14, 2018

# A Strange Map Projection (Euler Spiral) – Numberphile

# 1 In 4 Statisticians Say They Were Asked To Commit Scientific Fraud

Of the less serious offenses, 55% of biostatisticians said that they received requests to underreport non-significant results.