Fibonacci all day, every day [http://bit.ly/2jiUBF6]

Fibonacci all day, every day [http://bit.ly/2jiUBF6]

beauty of simple

*(obvious, ain’t it? explains that one)*

Representing what a radian is. For any of my followers who are taking math or physics classes, or are just curious.

**Perspective matters **

worries bin

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Anonymous asked: Please explain the intuition of solving the SHM equation.

Okay Anon! Here you go, this is my rendition.

You have a mass suspended on a spring. We want to know where the mass will be at any instant of time.

Describe the motion of the mass

Now before we get on to the math, let us first visualize the motion by attaching a spray paint bottle as the mass.

Oh, wait that seems like a function that we are familiar with - The sinusoid.

Without even having to write down a single equation, we have found out the solution to our problem. The motion that is traced by the mass is a sinusoid.

If you took the plotted paper and tried to create that function with the help of sum of polynomials i.e x, x^{2}, x^{3} … Now you this what it would like :

By taking an infinite of these polynomial sums you get the function Since this series of polynomial occurs a lot, its given the name - sine.

I hope this shed some light on the intuition of the SHM equation. Have fun!

How to draw a regular pentagon [x]

**Happy Pi Day! **

Oh 3.14159265…, you’re irrational but we love you anyway.

Wait for it.

Lawyer Morty reminds me of undergrads in research labs:

“You have no rights, and he’s not a lawyer. We just keep him here because he’s fun. Look at him go!”

New GIPHY!

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Likely an optical illusion.

The sea.

Each color is a sine function. The height is constant because sin(t+0*2*pi/5 )+ sin(t+1*2*pi/5)+sin(t+2*2*pi/5)+sin(t+3*2*pi/5)+sin(t+4*2*pi/5)=0 for all t value.

In a column the i-th segment have length sin(t+i*2*pi/5)+1, so the height is always 5.

aquarium

*(rebound of this piece)*