Her most famous work was the solution to the Kovalevskaya top, which has been called a "genuine highlight of 19th-century mathematics." International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal devoted to publication of original research articles as well as review articles, with emphasis on unsolved problems and open questions in mathematics and mathematical sciences. His language abounded in the phrases of courtesy and compliment; and the habit of carrying arms, and mixing with those who did so, made it particularly desirable they should use cautious politeness in their * intercourse with each other.
The first was a sacrifice which I conceive no one had a right to force from me, since I alone was concerned in the matter. The MITACS program (Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems), headquartered at the Fields Institute, provides additional resources for industrial mathematics. And they're only proving how wrong they are. I have seen,'' he said lowering his voice, ``I have seen the Bodach Glas.'' ``Yes: have you been so long at Glennaquoich, and never heard of the Grey Spectre? though indeed there is a certain reluctance among us to mention him.'' ``Ah! it would have been a tale for poor Flora to have told you.
He had made a narrow escape, however; the bullet had grazed his head, and stunned him for a moment or two, which trance terror and confusion of spirit had prolonged somewhat longer. It covers wider ground than the first which seems dedicated primarily to stocks. Despite his early show of genius, Peano's quest for utter rigor may have detracted from his influence in mainstream mathematics. Dorrie, Heinrich, 100 Great Problems of Elementary Mathematics: Their History and Solution (New York: Dover, 1965).
Stevin was one of the greatest practical scientists of the Late Middle Ages. Edward was, in short, in the fair way of creating a goddess out of a high-spirited, accomplished, and beautiful young woman; and the time was wasted in castle-building, until, at the descent of a steep hill, he saw beneath him the market-town of ------. He invited Edward to walk out with him by the little river in the vicinity; and smiled in a melancholy manner when he observed him take down and buckle on his sword.
As he contemplated the strangeness of his fortune, which seemed to delight in placing him at the disposal of others without the power of directing his own motions, Edward's eye suddenly rested upon his portmanteau, which had been deposited in his apartment during his sleep. Every working mathematician, he says, is a platonist (Bernays 1935). Be it "nothingness" "pure energy" or all the mass of the universe bound in a totality of singularity, the foundations of the big bang theory, or any theory which proposes a beginning, completely collapse when we ask a few simple questions: What exploded and why?
He developed exponential calculus; together with his brother Jacob, he founded the calculus of variations. The story of the bridegroom, carried off by Caterans, on his bridal-day, is taken from one which was told to the author by the late Laird of Mac-Nab, many years since. The real world explains the exisitance of GOD our Creator. universe was created from nothing, for no reason, at radom to explain their existance. is that it has no reference to the real world.
Euclid IX 21—34 is very probably Pythagorean;  it is very simple material ("odd times even is even", "if an odd number measures [= divides] an even number, then it also measures [= divides] half of it"), but it is all that is needed to prove that is irrational.  Pythagorean mystics gave great importance to the odd and the even.  The discovery that is irrational is credited to the early Pythagoreans (pre- Theodorus ).  By revealing (in modern terms) that numbers could be irrational, this discovery seems to have provoked the first foundational crisis in mathematical history; its proof or its divulgation are sometimes credited to Hippasus, who was expelled or split from the Pythagorean sect.  This forced a distinction between numbers (integers and the rationals—the subjects of arithmetic), on the one hand, and lengths and proportions (which we would identify with real numbers, whether rational or not), on the other hand.
This program models the formation of mathematical theories from basic concepts in number theory such as multiplication and addiction. To his brother, Richard was more diffuse and circuitous. One happy day Waverley spent in London; and, travelling in the manner projected, he met with Frank Stanley at Huntingdon. As to her father, he is an original, it is true, and an absurd one enough; but he has given such severe lessons to Sir New Halbert, that dear defunct the Laird of Balmawhapple, and others, that nobody dare laugh at him, so his absurdity goes for nothing.
M. ---May God pardon all our sins!---An English frigate, bearing the Parliament flag, has appeared in the offing, and gives chase.---11 A. Saunderson, had indued a pair of jack-boots of large dimensions, and now invited our hero to follow him as he stalked clattering down the ample staircase, tapping each huge balustrade as he passed with the butt of his massive horse-whip, and humming, with the air of a chasseur of Louis Quatorze, A MORE RATIONAL DAY THAN THE LAST.
He solved (or partially solved) a huge variety of rich puzzles including various geometric gems; the enumeration of polynomial roots first tackled by Descartes and Newton; and, by advancing the theory of partitions, the system of equations posed by Euler as The Problem of the Virgins. Ere he attained this indifference, however, he had read, and stored in a memory of uncommon tenacity, much curious, though ill-arranged and miscellaneous information.