It does seem like I only just began the All 2020 Mathematics A-to-Z and already I need some fresh topics. This is because I really want to get to having articles done a week before publication, and while I’m not there yet, I can imagine getting there.
I’d like your nominations for subjects. Please comment here with some topic, name starting ‘D’, ‘E’, or ‘F’, that I might try writing about. This can include people, too. And also please let me know how to credit you for a topic suggestion, including any projects you’re working on that could do with attention.
These are the topics I’ve covered in past essays. I’m open to revisiting ones that I think I have new ideas about. Thanks all for your ideas.
Topics I’ve already covered, starting with the letter D, are:
- Dual (2015)
- Dedekind Domain (Leap Day 2016)
- Distribution (statistics) (End 2016)
- Diophantine Equations (2017)
- Distribution (probability) (2018)
- Differential Equations (2019)
Topics I’ve already covered, starting with the letter E, are:
- Error (2015)
- Energy (Leap Day 2016)
- Ergodic (End 2016)
- Elliptic Curves (2017)
- e (2018)
- Encryption Schemes (2019)
Topics I’ve already covered, starting with the letter F, are:
- Fallacy (2015)
- Fractions (Continued) (Leap Day 2016)
- Fredholm Alternative (End 2016)
- Functor (2017)
- Fermat’s Last Theorem (2018)
- Fourier Series (2019)
Thank you for reading, and for your thoughts.
9 thoughts on “I’m looking for D, E, and F topics for the All 2020 A-to-Z”
Is Fibonacci too common a topic? I personally love the person’s story with arabic numerals.
None too common a topic, no. Thank you; it’s a great notion.
Delta (both a letter and in delta epsilon proofs).
Also fun topics to think about, thank you.
Division, Dirichlet, deduction, dilation, differential geometry, distributivity
Exponential, Euler, Euclid, expected value, exponential
Factorial (might lead into gamma function), Fermat (or his primes or his little theorem or…), formula, fractal
Great menu of topics, yeah. Thank you.
I’ll keep it to just a couple this time:
Euclid’s Algorithm (for gcd)
Good topics, though, thank you!