By Neel Shah A simple math problem that has a tricky solution .Question:-Alice and Bob can complete a job in 2 hours. Alice And Charlie can complete the same job in 3 hours. Bob and Charlie can complete the same job in 4 hours. (They work at a constant rate)So how long it will takeContinue reading “A Tricky Problem”

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## Artificial Intelligence

By Rutu Shah What is Artificial Intelligence? Artificial Intelligence (AI) is intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans. How does AI work? AI works by combining large amounts of data with fast, iterative processing and intelligent algorithms, allowing the software to learn automatically from patterns or features in the data. It usesContinue reading “Artificial Intelligence”

## DECODING VEDIC MATHS

-KHUSHI DEORA Veda is a Sanskrit word which means ‘Knowledge’. Vedic Mathematics is a system of mathematics which was discovered by Indian mathematician Jagadguru Shri Bharathi Tirthaji in the period between A.D. 1911 and 1918. The most striking feature of the Tirthaji system is its coherence. The whole system is interrelated and unified. The 16 ‘Sutras’are basedContinue reading “DECODING VEDIC MATHS”

## Ever wondered why earphones get tangled?

A research paper titled Spontaneous knotting of an agitated string by Dorian M. Raymer and Douglas E. Smith of the University of California at San Diego Department of Physics, demonstrated this phenomenonIn the abstract, the researchers wrote: “It is well known that a jostled string tends to become knotted; yet the factors governing the “spontaneous”Continue reading “Ever wondered why earphones get tangled?”

## Most interesting shapes you have never heard before

By Bhavya shah When we were kids we were taught different geometric shapes in our school and at our colleges. First we learnt about a line,then about squares,rectangles and circles,then came 3D cubes,cuboids and cones.But our teachers never taught us about the most interesting geometric shape in today’s world.A Möbius strip What is a MöbiusContinue reading “Most interesting shapes you have never heard before”

## An Ode To Ramanujan

By Poojan Sarvaiya When we first think of Ramanujan, the first thought that hits our mind is the usually known brilliance and the fact that he died at the young age of 32, and the general trivia that he was recently portrayed by Dev Patel in the movie ‘The Man who knew Infinity’ a coupleContinue reading “An Ode To Ramanujan”

## How to get your way with Statistics 2.0

If you have read the previous article on “How to get your way with Statistics” you must have surely learned some new tricks to bend math in your favour. In this article we will learn about more such shenanigans and how to see right through them. (Note: No prior knowledge is required to understand theContinue reading “How to get your way with Statistics 2.0”

## The Golden Ratio

By Vidhi Dwivedi and Krisha Shah The number phi, often known as the golden ratio, is a mathematical concept that people have known about since the time of the ancient Greeks. It is an irrational number like pi and e, meaning that its terms go on forever after the decimal point without repeating. Over the centuries, aContinue reading “The Golden Ratio”

## Have tech giants become the big brother?

By Harsh Joshi Regulating or Breaking up Big Tech? What lies in the future?“Big Brother is watching you”The famous (or rather infamous) quote from ‘1984’ is not really a farfetched idea from reality as per the many netizens that believe that Big Tech along with governments worldwide is keeping an eye out for them.Amazon knowsContinue reading “Have tech giants become the big brother?”

## Bayes’ Theorem

By Kanishk Nishar Bayes’ Theorem deals with conditional probability. Before we dive into the theorem, let us talk about conditional probability.Conditional ProbabilityThe formula for conditional probability is: Where, P (A) = Probability that event A will occur,P (B) = Probability that event B will occur, and P (A∩ B) = Probability that both event AContinue reading “Bayes’ Theorem”