Axioms of Set Theory Now, in my other articles, I have introduced rigorous mathematics to people who may not be familiar with it. Today, the rigor will be stepped up 10 fold. So, now, let me introduce you to the idea of axioms: We have already discussed axioms in the topic of Topology and VectorSpaces, but […]

### GR Article II: MultiLinear Algebra

This article assumes knowledge of abstract VectorSpaces, discussed in this article. Now, onto the difficulties. Dual VectorSpace Say we have two VectorSpaces and . Then, we define: Here, we assume that the tilde (the little squiggle) above the arrow means linear, or in many cases, multilinear. This has a VectorSpace structure, where Now, we define […]

### Partitions and Generating Functions

Introduction to Partitions A partition is the number of ways a positive integer can be summed to by other positive integers. So, to find the partition of , we look at all the ways we can sum up to four: There are no other ways to add positive integers to , because then it would just […]

### The Matrix Form of the Derivative

Introduction to General Vector Spaces You may know of the Vector Spaces , with an addition and a real scalar multiplication . Since this is a nice intuition, let’s look at some of the properties of this: Addition (assume ) (i) (ii) […]

### The Importance of Primes in Group Theory

You may be wondering what Group Theory is even about, let alone the importance of primes in it. But, in this article, I intend to inform what group theory is and what the importance of primes are in it. Introduction Say we have a set , and an operation , that takes in […]

### Inside the CPU – Instruction cycles

One of the most widely taught processes of a computer is the instruction cycle (fetch-decode-execute cycle), yet it seems to be one that causes a lot of headache with students. Instead of finding a way to memorise all the acronyms and orders, how about we clearly explain why each process happens, rather than simply what […]

### PlanckTime Forum: What you need to know!

We are super excited to announce the PlanckTime Forum! At the moment we have sections for most areas of physics (quantum mechanics, relativity…) and also sections for maths and computer science. We will be expanding the forum to cater for all “physicsy” and “mathsy” needs to create our awesome online community. You will need to […]