Spent 10 minutes scratching my head before finally working out how to enable complex numbers on my new Casio calculator.
Just about finished this book off, but I thought I’d add this article from my notes. It concerns page 35 which involves proving the conjecture that Fn+1/Fn –>Φ as n –> ∞ where Fn is the nth number in a Fibonacci sequence.
Reading through MS221 and had a struggle getting my head around question 5.2c. Here is my solution.
Found this shortcut completely by accident today while I was attempting to use superscript in a Word document.
As part of my Open University degree I am studying MS221. I was interested in how it can be proven that a number is irrational. After much reading I thought I’d submit this article which explains hows to prove √3 is irrational in simple steps.
An example of different operations on sets, by example.