by David Anthonio | May 17, 2022 | Econometrics, Mathematics
Differential equations came paired with the invention of calculus and have been around for a long time. They are still the main study of a lot of mathematicians. Many famous mathematicians such as Newton, Leibniz, d’Alembert, Euler and Lagrange have made discoveries...
by David Anthonio | Mar 29, 2022 | Mathematics, Statistics
To most people the notion of infinity is unfathomable. That has to do with the strange behavior some things demonstrate when the concept of infinity is introduced. Think for example of an infinite time horizon. No one knows what it feels like for an infinite amount of...
by David Anthonio | Dec 16, 2021 | Econometrics, Mathematics
In mathematics we usually consider functions and equations over the real numbers. This means that we can input numbers like , and in our functions and can expect outputs of that form as well. Solutions of such equations also typically allow for such forms. Diophantine...
by David Anthonio | Oct 19, 2021 | Other, Philosophy, Physics
In quantum mechanics, physicists have come up with all kinds of thought experiments. Quantum suicide and quantum immortalilty are examples of these thought experiments. They are a variation on the most famous problem in quantum mechanics, Schrödinger’s cat. This...
by David Anthonio | Sep 21, 2021 | Mathematics
The raven paradox Econometricians face difficult problems. One of the hardest problems one can encounter is a paradox. The raven paradox is such a problem and was first proposed by logician Carl Gustav Hempel. The paradox has its basis in statististics. In this...
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