This is where I cover random less important or hard-to-categorise stuff. Stuff I'll probably write about sometime: multiplicative calculus, hyperreals, fractional calculus, generalised determinants, special functions (Gamma, Bessel, elliptic, hypergeometric, various polynomials, etc.), fractals, probability puzzles, interesting math problems, etc.
  1. Pi and collisions (the 3blue1brown problem)
  2. A curious infinite sum arising from an elementary geometric argument
  3. Probability of immorality for a transhuman being (multiplicative calculus)
  4. Newton's laws in relativity
  5. "Calculus-based physics"
  6. The era of Einstein
  7. Why are calculus and linear algebra taught early?
  8. BTJC script (extended)
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