# Facts

## Zeller’s Rule: What Day on This Date ?

Zeller’s rule is used to calculate the day on which each date falls for any year. This technique gives you a calendar for a specific year. Zeller’s rules have no practical application for students, but some of you may still want to learn the technique, so I included it in the application. Since the rules …

## Conclusion For Maths Project on Sets, Mensuration, Statistics Etc

Many of the schools and college-going students looking for an example of conclusion for maths projects in the topics like sets, coordinate geometry, statistics, and mensuration. Conclusion For Maths Project Conclusion For Maths Project on Statistics You can create a survey and ask your neighbors about who do they admire the most in their childhood, …

## What is the Factorial of 100?

For few days “factorial of 100” is one of the trending topics and many of the maths geeks calculate using their voice assistant devices like Alexa, Shiri, etc. In this new post of MathDart, I’ll show you how to compute the factorial of 100 with a really fast, step-by-step explanation of how the 100 ! …

## How many times are the hands of a clock at right angle in a day?

How many times are the hands of a clock at right angle in a day? The simple mathematical approach can be taken as follows to solve “How many times are the hands of a clock at a right angle in a day?”: In a 12 hour period, the minute hand makes 12 turns while the …

## Harish-Chandra: Most Underrated Mathematician Ever

From our personal viewpoint, the Indian origin with American citizenship mathematician “Harish-Chandra” should be considered as the most underrated mathematician in history. Harish-Chandra is awarded the Fellowship of Royal Society. Harish-Chandra is born in Kanpur in 1923 and did his graduation from the University of Allahabad (BNSD College). Here is a Harish-Chandra short note and …

## Is e^pi is bigger than pi^e ?

“Is e^pi is bigger than pi^e ?” is a question every maths nerd, that the comparison between e^pi and pi^e. We can calculate using the calculator, but most of the peoples don’t know the exact reason behind it. In this article, we will see both the rough proof and the conceptual reason behind it. Many …

## Ramanujan Magic Square and What’s Unique in its Algorithm

In modern basic recreational mathematics, a magic square of order n numbers, usually different integers, in a square, such that the n numbers in all rows, all columns, and both diagonals sum to the same positive number. A trivial magic square contains the integers from 1 to.  But in Ramanujan Magic Square the unique thing …

## 9 Movies on Mathematics You Must See Before Graduation

In this article of “9 Movies on Mathematics You Must See Before Graduation.” We have listed down some of the much watch movies for a maths nerd. These nine movies are listed on the basis of references and history has been showing in the movie irrespective of the genres. 9 Movies on Mathematics You Must …

## Reasons Why Students Hate Mathematics Badly

Maths, which is normally alluded to like maths, is from the Greek word learning, study, and information. The significant themes thought under arithmetic incorporate change, space, construction, and amount (numbers). Maths is a vital subject as it is an essential material in the regular day-to-day existence of each person. Individuals including kids between the age …