The Relationship Between the Different Central Hexagons Formed by Odd/Even-secting the Lengths of Equilateral Triangles
By OSAMA HASAN MUSTAFA HASAN ABDALLA, Doha, Qatar
We shall come up with two formulae, one for odd and another for even, to calculate the maximum number of central hexagons that are formed by section-ing an equilateral triangle’s lengths equally into any given parity number and then connecting each of the sections made to their opposite vertex. We shall also construct several area-ratio generalizations between the different central hexagons and their triangle with use of the number of odd or even-sections made to the triangle. Finally, we shall make use of such generalizations to craft two final formulae that can calculate the area-ratio of any specified central hexagon in comparison to the triangle through which they are occupying, provided the number of odd or even-sections made is given.
1991 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary: 52C99, Secondary: 51M05 51M15 51D20
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By YUNZHI PAN, Beijing, China
Pan delivered a presentation on the subject at the Speaker Series during the Yale Young Global Scholars (Politics, Law and Economics) Program, 2016
In recent decades, African immigrants has been arriving in large numbers in Guangzhou, a southern port city in China. Current literature on African immigrant communities in Guangzhou present mixed assessments regarding their status in the host society. Many scholars focus on the positive impacts brought by African immigrants, such as their roles as connecting “bridges” in Sino-African trade and cultural interactions. Nevertheless, African immigrants face challenges when they seek inclusion into the mainstream Chinese society due to their often illegal status, social isolation and periods of ethnic discords with the Chinese. The study of African immigrants in Guangzhou is important in thinking about the city’s growing diversity and globalization as well as filling in the relative lack of scholarship in the field. As African immigrants’ presence in Guangzhou grows increasingly significant, the local government as well as individuals need to work together to ensure that the relationship between the local Chinese and African immigrants progress in a cooperative and positive direction.
By HYUN JOON CHOI, Richmond Hill, Canada
The Stanford Summer Humanities Institute (2016): "Marx, Nietzsche, Freud: The Master Thinkers of the Nineteenth Century."
While numerous studies on the leader have been conducted, the origin of today’s notion of the leader, and the functions and power relations it carries have not received much attention. In this paper, I examine the concept of the leader as an idealized social paragon dispersed throughout the social consciousness with the methodological basis of Nietzschean genealogy, thereby arriving at an understanding of the function, aim, and will behind the phenomenon of the leader. Particularly, I intend to investigate through an etymological study the origin and the history of the conceptualization of the leader that precedes and concurs with its present wide dispersion. I shed light on the mode in which the general concept of the leader has been transformed and moulded by the leadership literature that conceptualizes the leader and studies the means of developing leaders. Ultimately, through a rather schematic genealogical investigation, I intend to propose a reasonable hypothesis that the capitalist will to produce efficient workers for contemporary corporations is the drive behind the development and dispersion of the modern day concept of the leader.
By DALIA, Kielce, Poland
Supervision: Dr Paul Hoff Backe & Prof Magnar Bjoras
Finalist of the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF); Issuer: Society for Science and the Public, May 2015
Finalist in The E(x)plory Scientific Competition 2015; Issuer: Fundacja Zaawansowanych Technologii, March 2015
The Talent of Swietokrzyskie, Marshal Office of the Swietokrzyskie Voivodeship, October 2014
Let's Talk about [X] Multidisciplinary Student Research Conference - University of Glasgow, February 2015
By MARY MARKATOU, Kefalonia, Ionian Islands, Greece
By MIN CHAN-HONG, Seoul, South Korea
The paper discusses the calculation of the products of gamma values. The paper will start from proving basic identities related to this special function, and then use the identities as tools to start formulating products such as gamma(1/n)*gamma (2/n)*gamma (3/n)*...*gamma ((n-1)/n).
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