Tag archive: matemáticas

Desde que la humanidad ha mirado las estrellas, el concepto de infinito ha penetrado con fuerza en nuestras mentes. Lo que está más allá de nuestra imaginación, aquello que es inalcanzable e inabarcable… Todo ello, y mucho más, es en realidad el infinito.

Un producto de matrices, diferente al que estudiamos en el colegio, resulta crucial en diversas áreas de las matemáticas y en la solución de algunas conjeturas

It’s been known for thousands of years that the primes go on forever, but new proofs give fresh insights into how theorems depend on one another.

So-called “higher symmetries” are illuminating everything from particle decays to the behavior of complex quantum systems.


In 50 years of searching, mathematicians found only one example of a “subspace design” that fit their criteria. A new proof reveals that there are infinitely more out there.

t an American Mathematical Society meeting, high school students presented a proof of the Pythagorean theorem that used trigonometry—an approach that some once considered impossible

Este es el denominado problema de Frobenius para semigrupos numéricos, y lleva acompañando a la humanidad desde la creación de la primera moneda

How many invitees guarantee at least a certain number all know each other? Formula is first major improvement since 1935.

For decades, mathematicians have been inching forward on a problem about which sets contain evenly spaced patterns of three numbers. Last month, two computer scientists blew past all of those results.

Using “refreshingly old” tools, mathematicians resolved a 50-year-old conjecture about how to categorize important functions called modular forms, with consequences for number theory and theoretical physics.