*A technique is introduced for the purpose of finding the relative maximum values of the probability density function. The crux is to find the critical numbers of the exponential of the...*

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*Based on the notion of "arithmetic triangles," arithmetic quadrilaterals are defined. It was proved by using an elliptic curve argument that no such quadrilateral can be inscribed on...*

*This capsule discusses an alternative way of examining the Fibonacci sequence. As a result, a class of generalized Fibonacci sequences of numbers can be defined.*

*An example in business calculus is used to show a short-cut to compute the discrepancy between the difference of values and the differential for certain class of functions.*

*This capsule demonstrates the validity of a trigonometric identity by paper folding. *

*This project provides a very simple proof to the converse of Viviani's Theorem. It also points out certain properties can be used to generalize Viviani's Theorem to regular polygons...*

*Certain p-series are the focus of this capsule. This project comes with scenarios to help students "visualize" the convergence or divergence of the p-series.*

*Starting with a homework problem on combinations, the capsule applies the "checkerboard" logic to derive identities involving summing squares and cubes. *

*This capsule started with two coffee cups that are complenetary, i.e., their profiles fit together. The author then explores the condition in which the two cups, obtained as solids of...*

*This capsule discusses a way to show each non-zero element of certain rings have a multiplicative inverse. The approach is to set up a system of linear equations and the solution is the...*