### Prime Factors

In number theory, the prime factors of a positive integer are the prime numbers that divide into that integer exactly, without leaving a remainder. A few examples make it clear: […]

In number theory, the prime factors of a positive integer are the prime numbers that divide into that integer exactly, without leaving a remainder. A few examples make it clear: […]

Suppose you had eight apparently identical billiard balls, but one of the eight is slightly heavier than the others. The only tool you have to measure is a balance scale. […]

A mysterious billboard appeared on 101-southbound which I passed each day to work. The billboard said: { the first 10-digit prime in consecutive digits of e }.com I passed by […]

Download MatrixCalculator.java ver. 1.6 MatrixCalculator-1.5.java ver. 1.5 Change Log: Version 1.6 – June 30, 2005br> Contributed by Pierre Sequin <sequin_pierre@yahoo.ca> Updated so it accepts any rectangular matrix for the transpose […]

An integer is prime if its only positive divisors are itself and one. Prime numbers have always been a keen interest to mathematicians for various reasons. One being there appears […]

Krypto is a game which five cards are put down each with a number on it from one to twenty-five. Using normal arithmetic operations ( +, -, * , / […]

See the Pen Linear Algebra Calculator by Marcus Kazmierczak (@mkaz) on CodePen. Resoures Read about Linear Algebra Mathematics for some mathematical explanations on how the matrices are calculated and definitions […]

Here are some of the definitions and examples used in Linear Algebra and specifically the linear algebra calculators available. Let A, B, and C represent n x n matrices. Example […]

See the Pen Solve a Linear System of Equations by Marcus Kazmierczak (@mkaz) on CodePen. The Mathematics Behind It The above solves a system of 3 equations and 3 unknowns, […]