Welcome to the third post from my series on numbers and arithmetic. In the previous two posts, I gave an overview of real numbers (and their main subsets), as well as the main operations between them. And in the rest of the series, we're going to … [Continue reading]

## The Birthday Problem: Python Simulation

In my last post, I introduced you to the so-called birthday problem. Namely, the probability of having at least one birthday coincidence in a random group of people. I showed you how to approach the question analytically by deriving a simple formula … [Continue reading]

## The Birthday Problem: Analytic Solution

Welcome to the first post from my new series. Here we're going look at a famous probability question often called the birthday problem. This is actually a more general question related to the probability of at least one coincidence after a fixed … [Continue reading]

## Probability Questions from the Real World (With Simulations)

Welcome to my introductory post to a large series that I'm starting today. The main purpose of this post is to get you in the mood for the posts to follow. Namely, exploring and solving interesting probability questions from the real world. … [Continue reading]

## What are Mathematical Functions?

The topic of today's post is mathematical functions. Functions are such a fundamental part of mathematics that you're certain to encounter them almost everywhere. Recently, I started a small series on numbers and arithmetic, in order to begin … [Continue reading]

## Arithmetic Properties: A Comprehensive Breakdown

Welcome to the second post from my series on numbers and arithmetic. As a sort of continuation to the introductory post, here I want to talk about the most important properties of arithmetic operations. This post is part of my series Numbers, … [Continue reading]

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