Gaurav Tiwari is a blogger, influencer and designer with expertise in brand regeneration and growth hacking. He is the co-founder of Gatilab, a successful digital agency focused on content and design.

## Interesting Math Articles and Must Read Research Papers for Students

An old yet beautiful untabled listing of highly interactive mathematics related articles and papers available online.

## Claim for a Prime Number Formula

Dr. SMRH Moosavi has claimed that he had derived a general formula for finding the $n$ -th prime number. More details can be found here at PrimeNumbersFormula.com and a brief discussion here at Math.SE titled  "Formula for the nth prime number: discovered?" SOME MORE EXCERPTS ARE HERE:

## Find the Day of a Date using this Calendar Formula

Calendars have very decent stories and since this blog is based on mathematical approach, let we talk about the mathematical aspects of calendars. The Calendar We Use The international calendar we use is called Gregorian Calendar, said to be created by Pope Gregory XIII. Gregorian calendar was introduced in 80s of 16th century, to be…

## Equations: A Basic Introduction

Before we hop on to the concept of Equations, let's understand why these are used and applied. And then we will walk through the subject matter. Application of Equations Applied mathematics is one that is used in day-to-day life, in solving troubles (problems), or in business purposes. Let me write an example: George's Money George…

## WordPress URL Shortening: An Interesting Consequence

Long post and page URLs can be annoying. Take an example: https://gauravtiwari.org/2011/02/06/derivative-of-x-squared-is-2x-or-x-where-is-the-fallacy/ (one of the most popular posts from my blog). Will you like to write these (about) a hundred characters? Or will you prefer URL shorteners, like bit.ly or wp.me, instead? As a third option, you may say, "I can just copy and paste the URLs to…

## Numbers - The Basic Introduction

If mathematics was a language, logic was the grammar, numbers should have been the alphabet. There are many types of numbers we use in mathematics, but at a broader aspect we may categorize them in two categories: 1. Countable Numbers 2. Uncountable Numbers The numbers which can be counted in nature are called Countable Numbers…

## Mathematical Logic - The basic introduction

What is Logic? If mathematics is regarded as a language, then logic is its grammar. In other words, logical precision has the same importance in mathematics as grammatical accuracy in a language. As linguistic grammar has sentences, statements--- logic has them too. After we discuss Sentence & Statements, we will proceed to further logical theories.…

## Fermat Numbers (Important Theorems & Examples)

In this note/article, I will discuss what Fermat Numbers are and what some important theorems & examples are associated with them. Definition and Examples Fermat Numbers, a class of numbers, are the integers of the form $F_n=2^{2^n} +1 \ \ n \ge 0$ . For example: Putting $n := 0,1,2 \ldots$ in \$…

## Three Children, Two Friends and One Mathematical Puzzle

Two close friends, Robert and Thomas, met again after a gap of several years. Robert Said: I am now married and have three children. Thomas Said: That's great! How old they are? Robert: Thomas! Guess it yourself with some clues provided by me. The product of the ages of my children is 36. Thomas: Hmm...…

## 381654729 : An Interesting Number Happened To Me Today

You might be thinking why am I writing about an individual number? Actually, in previous year annual exams, my registration number was 381654729. Which is just an ‘ordinary’ 9-digit long number. I never cared about it- and forgot it after exam results were announced. But today morning, when I opened “Mathematics Today” magazine’s October 2010,…

## 6 Best Social Networks for Math Majors

Are you a math major looking for some social networks to join? If you are one, you are at the right place. In this article, I have listed some of the best social networks for math majors that you join. Math or Mathematics is not as difficult as it is thought to be. Mathematical Patterns,…

## Do you multiply this way!

Before my college days I used to multiply this way. But as time passed, I learned new things. In a Hindi magazine named "Bhaskar Lakshya", I read an article in which a columnist ( I can't remember his name) suggested how to multiply in single line (row). That was a magic to me.  I found doing multiplications…