On Tuesday (23rd October) at 7:00 pm, there is a monthly MathsJam gathering. It occurs simultaneously in various areas of the country, including the Castle Inn, Cambridge. I’ve heard rumours that there is a surprise party at the event for Tom Rychlik to celebrate his e^3 – sqrt(pi) birthday!
The week seems to have passed by very quickly, as we are on to yet another chapter of MODA. This one is concerned with the original technique to be described as a dark art (by Geoff Smith), namely circle inversion. Inversion is effectively reflection in a circle, which I employed to mimic Escher’s Circle Limit.
- Combinatorics I (enumerative and geometrical combinatorics)
- Linear algebra
- Combinatorics II (graph theory)
- Projective geometry
- Complex numbers
- Triangle geometry
- Areal coordinates
- The Riemann sphere
- Diophantine equations
- Conic sections
- Further reading
Again, if you have any suggestions, please either send me an e-mail or comment on this post.