Monthly Archives: March 2011

LaTeXing Multiple Equations

In mathematics and the (hard) sciences it’s important to be able to write documents with lots of equations, lots of figures and lots of references efficiently. This can be done in, for example, Microsoft Word, but the mathematics and theoretical … Continue reading

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Closure Operators

Often in mathematics there is the idea of taking the closure of some elements under a particular operation. For instance if you have several vectors you may take the span of them, if you have a field and want to … Continue reading

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