by Anthony Salib | Sep 30, 2017 | Pure Maths

We left the last post on a cliff hanger, namely that in any given metric space, Cauchy sequences need not converge. Now if you’re reading this, you have chosen to take the red pill, and I’m here to show you just how the deep the rabbit hole goes. We shall...
by Anthony Salib | Sep 27, 2017 | Pure Maths

So in the last post I talked about wave functions being vectors that live in Hilbert space. In this post, I would like to describe the mathematics of Hilbert space, but before we do that we have to go on a journey, a journey through space(s)! The first type of space...
by Anthony Salib | Aug 3, 2017 | Pure Maths

Firstly, let’s consider what it means to have a sequence of functions by looking closely at All this is saying is that our sequence is going of to infinity. But this is just boring though, what we want to know is what happens when I go to infinity?...
by Anthony Salib | Aug 3, 2017 | Pure Maths

Some things are just too hard to prove directly, so in this case, we may need to take a more indirect route. One way in which to do this is a proof by contradiction, whereby we assume something, then do some logical deductions which (hopefully) produce some sort of...
by Anthony Salib | Jul 13, 2017 | Pure Maths

I’m doing a research project in the School of Physics at Monash University, looking at whether is really found in quantum mechanics, which was suggested by a paper published in 2015 where they presented a quantum mechanical derivation of the Wallis product....
by Anthony Salib | Jul 13, 2017 | Pure Maths

Not going to go into too much detail about it, instead we will jump straight into the proof. But just so you know what your dealing with, the theorem says that if and are continuous on some interval then: there are two linearly independent solutions () to and that if...
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