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The Hairy Ball Theorem

Article excerpted from the Klein Project Blog

Original author: João Pimente Nunes

The Hairy Ball Theorem originates from topology, a part of mathematics that studies the form of space

Higher Dimensions

Article excerpted from the Klein Project Blog

Original author: Markus Ruppert and Hans-Georg Weigand

Does our world really have more than three dimensions?

Calculators Power series and Polynomial Chebyshev

Author Graeme Cohen

All the functions we are familiar with, such as trigonometric functions, exponential functions, and logarithmic functions, can all be computed into polynomial functions.

Fat Triangles & Flattened Bagels

Illustrated text

Microscope Banach to Find a Points

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Author: Christiane Rousseau

In this short article, we will start with a small game, and discover one of the most important theories of mathematics called the "Banach Theorem" of points.

Tales of two triangles: the Aaron triangle and the elliptical curve

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

If two triangles have the same area and the same circumference, do these two triangles need to be the same?

Dimension

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Author: Christiane Rousseau

The concept of dimension is a generalization or formalization of the intuitional notion of dimension when we speak of one dimension (1D), two dimension (2D) or three dimension (3D).

How to pack oranges? Kepler estimates from the package

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Author: Christiane Rousseau

What is compact packing? Keplight estimates are what you see in fruit shops called face-centered cublic lattice

Google routine: macro chains and eigenvalues

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Author: Christiange Rousseau

From the very beginning, Google has become a "detection tool". This is due to the excellent method of sorting data: The PageRank method.

Crate Treatment of Movement in Fluid

Original authors David Mumford and Christian Rousseau

You may have heard that some planes arrive before their sound.

Fair Elections: The Gold Medal

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

These two gold medals are the final result of voting without a medal.

Map colouring and Gröbner Bases

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

"Four colour Theorem" Theorem We only need to paint four colours on a map from the sky so that there are no identical colours on either side of the border.

Cryptography (Public-key Cryptography)

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Authors: Graeme L. Cohen, Steven Galbraith and Edorado Persichetti

Cryptography is the study of how to have strong, secure communications against the enemy, providing answers to these questions, and mathematics provides the foundation for this task.

Step-by-step reflection

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Reflection is generally fascinated and has served humanity in many fields such as architecture, art, engineering and science.

Benford Law: Learn from bugs and bug fixes

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Author: Christiange Rousseau

It would be a huge risk to change a lot of numbers in finance if the person does not have some mathematical knowledge.

Object classification

Author: Christiane Rousseau

Mathematics provided tools for classifying objects

Goodstein: The Power of Infinity

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

The study of the evolution of natural phenomena often leads us to the study of numbers, especially their characteristics, their time of growth and their aggregation.

A Day's Adventure in Math Wonderland

Authors: Jin Akiyama, Tokai University, Japan and Mari-Jo Ruiz Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines

Is learning math really fun?

Recurrence and induction

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Authors: MichéleArtigue and Ferdinando Arzarello

They give a square. It is easy to draw a square with all the vertices at the intersection of the line cells (line cells of the book).

The Banach-Tarski Paradox How does a mathematician feed the world?

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Authors: Michael Locke and Anthony Nicou

Who would have thought that you can split an orange and then reassemble it into two oranges the same size? In the world of mathematics we can

Matrices and Digital Images

Excerpt from Klein Project Blog

Authors: Dirce Uesu Pesoc and Humberto José Bortolossi

The images you see on the web and the photos taken with your mobile phone are examples of digital images.

Current Status of ICT-in-Education in Cambodia

By SENG Sineth

Dept. of Information and ASEAN Affairs

Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport

Mathematics in Social Development

Prepared by Dr Sok Touch

Rector of Khemarak University

Specializing in political history

Mathematical research in Cambodia

Prepare by Lin Mongkul Serey

Institute of Technology of Cambodia (Techno)

Application of mathematics in economics

Presented by Dr. Prum Tevy

Teaching and learning math using the free Dynamic Math app

Present by Ham Karim

Department of Mathematics

Royal University of Phnom Penh

Study of Khmer architectural construction before and after the creation of zero

Searching for the World's First Zero

By Path Suykry

Number Zero invented and written in K-127 by Cambodia on the year 682

Mathematics Curriculum

Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports

Curriculum Development Department

Zero in math and science

Dr. Chhit Vanrith

Standards for Mathematics and Information Technology Teachers in Education

Dr. Chhit Vanrith

Mathematics and Technology: Research, Education and Practice

First National Conference on Mathematics and Technology: Research, Education and Practice

New forms of education

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