3 Responses to “The Mathematics of Change”

  1. That would be the exterior of one of the engineering buildings at my university (University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada). They also have a few others for velocities, voltages and other engineering/math concepts.

  2. I’m currently reading someone who claims that one cannot truly understand physics (and therefore any of the other hard sciences) without also understanding basic calculus, which is the true “language” of physics.

    Not sure whether I agree with that or not, but it might exlain a lot of the silliness that gets passed along as “science” sometimes.

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