Vehicle fire
A vehicle fire is an uncontrolled burning of an automobile. It is one of the most common causes of property damage by fire. Motor vehicles have quite a few flammable parts and liquids, including gasoline and oil. They also have parts that can sta ...
Fiberglass
Fiberglass is material made from extremely fine fibers of glass. It is used as a reinforcing material for many polymer products. The composite material, that is produced by this method is called "fiberglass" in popular usage. The proper names are ...
Listed building
A listed building, in the United Kingdom, is a building that has been placed on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. This is a list of buildings that are important in terms of architecture, history, or cu ...
Bamburgh Castle
Bamburgh Castle is a castle on the coast at Bamburgh, Northumberland. It is a Grade I listed building. During WW2 the Royal Navy ship HMS Bamborough Castle was named after it.
Crewe railway station
Crewe railway station is a railway station in the town of Crewe in Cheshire, England. It opened in 1837 and is one of the most significant train stations in the world. It has twelve platforms and a modern passenger entrance containing a bookshop ...
Ditherington Flax Mill
The Ditherington Flax Mill, promoted as the Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings, is a flax mill in the county town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire, England. It is the worlds first ironframed building. It is also seen as the worlds first skyscraper, often b ...
Shrewsbury Castle
Shrewsbury Castle is a medieval castle located in the county town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire, England. It is built out of red sandstone and stands on a hill in the neck of the meander of the River Severn. It is directly above Shrewsbury railway ...
Shrewsbury railway station
Shrewsbury railway station is the only railway station in the county town of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. Built in 1848, it was designated a grade II listed building in 1969. The station is 43 miles 69 km north west of Birmingham New Street. ...
Random forest
Random forest is a statistical algorithm that is used to cluster points of data in functional groups. When the data set is large and / or there are many variables it becomes difficult to cluster the data because not all variables can be taken int ...
A* search algorithm
A* is a set of steps that computers can use to figure out how to get somewhere fast between two places. If you have a list of locations, and how hard it is to get from one straight to the other, using A* can quickly tell you the fastest way. Its ...
Alphabeta pruning
Alphabeta pruning is a Search algorithm that tries to remove options that it can take. This algorithm is commonly used for a computer to play two player games, such as chess, go, and checkers. The algorithm stops analyzing a move when it finds a ...
Binary search
In computer science, binary search is a method used for finding an item in a sorted list. It is an algorithm that is more efficient than linear search, which will go through every item in the list of items to find a particular item. However, the ...
Bogosort
The Bogosort is considered one of the worst sorting algorithms. It works by creating random arrangements of given values and randomly moving them until they are sorted. It is not effective for any form of sorting.
Breadthfirst search
In computer science, breadthfirst search is a method used for traversing a graph. It starts at any item you want to use as a starting position in a graph, and explores all of the neighbor items at the present depth before to moving on to the ite ...
Bubble sort
Bubble sort is a simple sorting algorithm. It is simple to understand, so it is usually taught to new students. It is not as efficient as some other sorting algorithms. Bubble sorts name comes from the fact that each item in the list" bubbles” up ...
Depthfirst search
In computer science, depthfirst search is a method used for traversing a graph. It starts at an arbitrary item of a graph and explores as far as possible along each branch before backtracking.
Insertion sort
In computer science, insertion sort is a method of sorting data, such as numbers, one item at a time. It is not a very efficient method compared to other algorithms such as quicksort. However, it is a very simple algorithm that is easy to build. ...
Quicksort
Quicksort is a sorting algorithm that is used to sort items in an array. It was created by Tony Hoare in 1959, and it is still widely used today. Quicksort splits the array into two parts, and then continues to split those parts into more parts, ...
Search algorithm
A search algorithm is a method for finding a target value within a list. It checks each element of the list for the target value until a match is found or until all the elements have been searched. Linear search is rarely practical because other ...
Selection sort
In computer science, selection sort is a method for sorting data such as numbers into an ordered list. It is not an efficient method of sorting data compared to more advanced algorithms such as quicksort and heapsort. However, it is very simple t ...
Sorting algorithm
A sorting algorithm is an algorithm that puts the elements of a collection into a certain order. Most commonly, numbers are sorted by their value, and words are sorted by their lexicographic order. Efficient sorting is important for other things: ...
Octagon
The amount of space a regular octagon takes up is Area = 2 1 + 2 a 2. {\displaystyle {\text{Area}}=21+{\sqrt {2}}a^{2}. } a is the length of one of its sides. Another way to write it is Area = 2 a 2 + 1. {\displaystyle {\text{Area}}=2a^{2}{\sqrt ...
Cuboid
A cuboid is a 3D shape. Cuboids have six faces, which form a convex polyhedron. Broadly, the faces of the cuboid can be any quadrilateral. More narrowly, rectangular cuboids are made from 6 rectangles, which are placed at right angles. A cuboid t ...
Cylinder
A cylinder is one of the most basic curved three dimensional geometric shapes, with the surface formed by the points at a fixed distance from a given line segment, known as the axis of the cylinder. The shape can be thought of as a circular prism ...
Torus
A Torus is a shape from geometry that is obtained by rotating a circle in 3D space. To obtain a torus, the point around which the rotation occurs must be in a plane with the center of the circle. If the point of rotation lies outside the circle, ...
Timeline of women in mathematics in the United States
2019: Karen Uhlenbeck became the first woman to win the Abel Prize. 2004: Alison Miller became the first female gold medal winner on the U.S. International Mathematical Olympiad Team.
Grace Andrews
Grace Andrews was an American mathematician. Andrews got her undergraduate degree from Wellesley College in 1890. She got a Masters degree from Columbia University in 1899 and a Doctor of Philosophy in 1901. She was one of only two women listed i ...
Edward Kasner
Edward Kasner is an American mathematician. He is famous for creating the word googol and the word googolplex. Kasner went to Columbia University and received his Ph.D. a degree measure of learning) in 1899. Around 1920, Kasner decided to make a ...
Melanie Wood
Melanie Matchett Wood is an American mathematician from Harvard University. She was the first woman to qualify for the U.S. International Mathematical Olympiad Team. She completed her Ph.D. in 2009 at Princeton University, and is now Professor of ...
William Oughtred
William Oughtred 5 March 1574 – 30 June 1660) was an English mathematician and Anglican clergyman. John Napier invented logarithms and Edmund Gunter created the logarithmic scales. Oughtred was the first to use two such scales. He slid one next t ...
James H. Wilkinson
James Hardy Wilkinson FRS was a British expert in the field of numerical analysis. His name is used for the "James H. Wilkinson Prize in Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing" and "J. H. Wilkinson Prize for Numerical Software" given by the ...
Abraham de Moivre
Abraham de Moivre was a French mathematician. He is known for his works on probability theory. He also did a lot of research in trigonometry.De Moivres formula connects complex numbers and trigonometry. As he was a Huguenot, he was forced to emig ...
Adam Ries
Adam Ries was a mathematician from Bad Staffelstein in Bavaria. Ries lived in the 16th century. He was born in 1492 or 1493, and died in 1559. Ries became known for a work on how to calculate. His first work was about a "calculating board", which ...
August Ferdinand Mobius
August Ferdinand Mobius was a German astronomer and mathematician, who taught at the University of Leipzig. He wrote several articles on geometry and astronomy. He introduced concepts such as homogeneous coordinates, or that of Duality in Project ...
Bernhard Riemann
Georg Friedrich Bernhard Riemann was a German mathematician. He had a short life and did not write down very much about his discoveries, but the things he discovered were all extremely important and had a revolutionary effect on mathematics. He c ...
Joseph Weizenbaum
Joseph Weizenbaum was a GermanAmerican mathematician and computer scientist. He was born in Berlin. He became famous for writing the program ELIZA, which simulated a doctor, in the 1960s. He also became wellknown for having a critical attitude ...
Fibonacci number
The Fibonacci numbers are a sequence of numbers in mathematics named after Leonardo of Pisa, known as Fibonacci. Fibonacci wrote a book in 1202, called Liber Abaci, which introduced the number pattern to Western European mathematics, although mat ...
Prime number
A prime number is a natural number of a particular kind. Any natural number is equal to 1 times itself. If the number is equal to any other natural numbers multiplied, then the number is called a composite number. The smallest composite number is ...
Largest known prime number
The largest known prime number is the biggest known integer which is a prime number. To date, it equals 2 82.589.933 − 1, it would take 24.862.048 digits to write that entire number out. The number was found on December 21, 2018.
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