… where Prime Numbers include “Prime Digits”!
- “When Numbers form Patterns” in “The Fascinating world of #PrimeNumbers”A very attentive and modest writer who wanted to introduce me as a person who’s lived an interesting life and chose the small town of Rathenow – West of Berlin in former East Germany – as her residence. The paper is Märkische Allgemeine Zeitung. Here is the link to the article. The translation covers the … Continue reading
- #ProveMeWrong #Smart3D brings Perspective to Excel Chart StylesTweets have grown from 140 to 280 characters. Power points seem have been replaced by #hashtags. The Powerpoint rule 10/20/30 has been complemented by 20/20/20. Numbers have this uncanny quality of giving us a sense of security. But what we’re really seeking are differences: indicators of change. We get that from numbers, because they can … Continue reading
- #MathematicalWorldModels or #PhysicalWorldViews – is that the Question?I get the impression that numbers are perceived to be ‘technical’ – presumably because of their usefulness for calculations. That’s what women tend not to like. Men, however, are desperately trying to build world views from physics, for that’s been the dominant science for describing largest cosmic phenomena and smallest nuclear events. That’s why I … Continue reading
Prime Numbers are not supposed to have patterns. But I found them in various places on my odyssey, partly because I differentiate between Prime Digits and Prime Numbers. Hence I share the first few of my workbooks so that you can try for yourself and take them further. Prime Numbers for Sale. Who would have thought of such an idea!?…
But then I realised that “Digital Numbers” were the concept that went above and beyond primes. So I’ve begun to work on DigitalNumbers.com – in German though. German is particularly well suited for all things ‘measuring’. And counting Excel cells is the first step for counting measuring units.