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An introduction to the powerful computing language from Wolfram.

CHNOPS stands for Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus, and Sulfur. These six elements make up 98% of living matter on Earth!

There are 4 kinds of chemical bonds essential for life to exist.

The Ideal Gas Law describes the relationship between four key variables that define the state of a gas: pressure, volume, temperature, and the number of moles of gas.

Of Group Homomorphisms

In abstract algebra, the concept of a homomorphism is used to compare two structures—such as groups, rings, or fields. Homomorphisms are often not one-to-one, and one way to find how far a homomorphism is from being injective is by finding its kernel.

Boyle’s Law is a fundamental principle in the study of gases that describes how pressure and volume are related when temperature remains constant.

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In a typical ring, some elements will have a multiplicative inverse and some will not. Here we focus on those elements that DO have an inverse.

The Relationship Between Temperature and Volume in Gases.

When learning about groups, it's instructive to create a group Multiplication table - also called a Cayley table. Watch a video, get some tips, and study an example!

Gay-Lussac’s Law states that the pressure of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature, provided that the volume remains constant.

In Abstract Algebra and group theory, the concept of the order of an element in a group is fundamental. Learn the definition and see some examples.

A topological space that has a distance function is called a metric space. Learn about how a metric is defined, the importance of the triangle inequality, and see an example.

A Giant Sphere of Neutrons

There are several forms a star can take when it does. If a star is large enough to squeeze protons and electrons into neutrons, then it may become a neutron star.

Properties of Water

Why is water essential for Life to exist on Earth? We are about 60% water - and there are some organisms that are as much as 90% water!

Five Ancient Shapes

Learn about the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron, the 5 regular polyhedra known as the Platonic solids.

Discover the provocative ideas of Thomas Malthus, whose groundbreaking theories on population and scarcity continue to spark debate and shape our understanding of human society and its future challenges.

A central object in Abstract Algebra

The mathematical field Abstract Algebra is, well, abstract! To get a feel for this fascinating - and useful! - subject, learn the definition of a group. This is where abstract algebra truly begins.

A Whirlpool in Space

Black Holes rotates, and in doing so they cause a current in space time. Learn more about this phenomenon.

In mathematics, a simplex is a generalization of a triangle and tetrahedron. The first four simplexes are made from familiar shapes: a point, a line segment, a triangle, and a tetrahedron.

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