# Author Archives: TrueBeautyOfMath

## As Promised, Another New Lesson!

Hi All, I’ve FINALLY got the “Bicycle” lesson up, which has been listed under “coming lessons” for far too long now. Check it out here to learn about cyclic groups! This is a good one, and the next one will be … Continue reading

## New Lesson! Finally!

Hi All, After saying “a new lesson is coming soon” for far longer than I care to admit, I am happy to say that the next lesson, Lesson 34, which is about modular arithmetic, is FINALLY up! Here it is. … Continue reading

## The Book Is Available!

Hi All! Well, the time is now. The book is available here now and will be available on Amazon shortly. I’d love to know what you think! Stay tuned for more lessons in the near future and volume 2 in … Continue reading

## Upcoming Book!

Hi All! My apologies for a very long absence and a huge lack of new lessons! The reason for my lack of activity is a combination of my day job as a grad student as well as the following exciting … Continue reading

## The Mathematical Double Standard

Consider the following possibly familiar situation. Let us assume that you, the reader, are a musical novice, and you therefore know nothing about jazz. You and some friends go to a jazz club, however, and there’s a trio playing (piano, … Continue reading

## Why I love Math, Pt. 1

It’s been a long time since I’ve added to the blog, and I figured there would be no better way to get back in the game than simply talking about some of my reasons for loving math. We all have … Continue reading

## Solutions Starting to Surface

Again after much too long last, I’ve finally started working on the solutions manual for The Language of Nature, and I’ve uploaded the first few on that same page. I’ll upload them as I do them, and I’ll try to … Continue reading