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The Chinese Remainder Theorem

Chinese Remainder Theorem

Originally published in 1999, Connell's Elements of Abstract and Linear Algebra focuses on abstract algebra emphasizing linear algebra. Subjects include foundational mathematics (such as sets, cartesian products, Hausdorff maximality principle, etc.), groups (scalar multiplication, subgroups, cosets, quotient groups, permutations, etc.), rings (units, domains, fields, integers mod n, quotient rings, the Chinese remainder theorem, etc), matrices and matrix rings, and linear algebraic…

The Chinese Remainder Theorem made easy - YouTube

In this article we shall consider how to solve problems such as Find all integers that leave ...

Minimalist Posters of Mathematicians - Pythagoras of Samos (c. 570 BC – c. 495 BC) was an Ionian Greek philosopher, mathematician, and founder of the religious movement called Pythagoreanism.

Multiplication of the integers modulo 15. The interactive version can be found here: http://arapaho.nsuok.edu/~deckar01/Zvis.html

Magic Squares! Lo Shu magic square, with its traditional graphical representation.

Things I never explored at The College Conservatory. Fibonacci sequence in music? The only issue I see is the 12 Tone equal tempered octave (culture created). I'm not sure this is the best try at Math and and a Golden ratio, But it's quite beautifully played. I believe it's Bach. It should be played on a Harpsichord :-)