Mind Capture (Book 1): How to Stand Out in the Age...
May 31, 2020 - 22:47 PM
Have you ever wondered if we can blow up the Moon What about why 72 divided by an investment s interest rate gives you the investment s doubling time We can answer questions like that with a bit of pretty simple math and physics This book is a collection of solutions to problems like that I go through enough of the math that you should be able to follow along, but thisHave you ever wondered if we can blow up the Moon What about why 72 divided by an investment s interest rate gives you the investment s doubling time We can answer questions like that with a bit of pretty simple math and physics This book is a collection of solutions to problems like that I go through enough of the math that you should be able to follow along, but this isn t as detailed as a textbook Most problems are covered in one to two pages My goal is to give a glimpse of how powerful math can be to people who are interested but don t think about it all the time If you enjoy questions like the two I asked above and you were able to understand most of your high school math, you ll probably enjoy this book The best description I can think of is that it s kind of like Randall Munroe s What If except that he s a better writer than I am and this has math in it.
Robert Edward Hamner 7 July 1928 25 April 1996 age 67 either wrote for or produced or sometimes both about thirty five different television series including Hawaiian Eye, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, A Man Called Shenandoah, Star Trek episode A Taste of Armageddon , The Time Tunnel, Run for Your Life, Lost in Space, Ironside, Hawaii Five O, Planet of the Apes episode The Legacy and Wonder Woman He is best known as the creator of the police procedural show S.W.A.T He worked from the late sixties until shortly before his death.
Comments Answered with Math: Cool problems solved with math and physics