Napoleon Bonaparte loved mathematics. Legend goes that he discovered a beautiful theorem in geometry. It is often called the Napoleon Triangle and has applications in math olympiad Part 1 Part 2 The second Open Seminar is coming up on March 12. Register...

Inspired by the book of Precalculus written in a dialogue format by L.V.Tarasov, I also wanted to express myself in a similar fashion when I found that the process of teaching and sharing knowledge in an easy way is nothing but the output of a lucid discussion between...

This problem is known as Collatz Conjecture. Consider the following operation on an arbitrary positive integer: If the number is even, divide it by two.If the number is odd, triple it and add one. The conjecture is that no matter what value of the starting number, the...

Suppose on a highway, there is a Dhaba. Name it by Dhaba A. You are also planning to set up a new Dhaba. Where will you set up your Dhaba? Model this as a Mathematical Problem. This is an interesting and creative part of the BusinessoMath-man in you. You have to...

Did you know that there exists a whole set of seven axioms of Origami Geometry just like that of the Euclidean Geometry? The Origami in building the solar panel maximizing the input of Solar Power and minimizing the Volume of the satellite Instead of being very...

Sequential hints for geometry problems are useful. It is much better than ‘reading solutions’. Use this interesting problem from Indian National Math Olympiad (INMO 2019) to refresh your geometry skills. Angle Chasing can be one of the most used tools in...