Can you connect science and love ? Well yes, if you make poetry. Isn’t a fraction after all a lover’s pose? Here is a creative that views Pi as lovers deeply bonded, generating numbers or expressed as infinite series.
Pi = 2 * 11/7 (11 & 7 are prime numbers)
Pi is known to be transcendental, i.e not algebraic and so cannot be a quadratic irrational.
Isn’t Pi a beautifully irrational number? Here is a very different take on it, from a philosophical angle, the beauty of irrationality. Enjoy the poem titled “My dear Pi”.
Thank you dear John Serrao for making me dig deeper.
Clap for 5 minutes at 5PM. Light up for 9 minutes at 9PM.
The math lover in me is for waiting for the next one. Oh I love this.
#1: “A discussion between numbers” Mr One felt odd in asking Mr Two for some money for it was his first time. Mr Two said ‘We will be even, when I ask you next!” #2: “A argument between numbers” Pi and Phi were in a serious argument, and it went nowhere as both were irrational. It did not matter that the latter was a golden ratio.
What the *+-/^ is this ? Mathematician swearing using an arithmetic expression You •+! Logician swearing using an logical expression
“He is in love with math and sees her in every path”. Dedicated to Sathya Murthy & Aranha (late) my wonderful teachers of math at St Germain’s High School, a subject that became my love. Happy teachers day Sir and Ma’am in heaven.
She leaned forward and whispered: “Come on, lie down on me, let us commit the sin He said “Wait a sec, I see the one with the tan is interested too” They extended the cot and cosec-d (cosied) up, a love triangle All ‘cos of Handsome Trigonometry Note: Imagination ran riot when sin, cos, tan, cot, cosec came together, a trigonometry it was! (sin = opposite/hypotenuse | sec = hypotenuse/adjacent | tan=sin/cos & cosec is…
A creative take on what marriages in mathematics result in! When Exponent was single, he was very powerful He married Logarithm and his powers came down (Remember [c=a ^b , log(c) = b*log(a)])
#1: “Perfect pair” She was acute and he was obtuse. They made a perfect pair and formed a straight line. #2: “Hypotenuse” It takes a hypotenuse to make him stand erect.
Differentiated & Integrated They differentiated Calculus and treated him partially. One guy went out of his limits to integrate him into the class.