What’s fascinating about the Fibonacci series is its ubiquitous presence in nature, from the arrangement of leaves on a stem to the shape of a hurricane.
The other day I was reading Wikipedia, and I ended up on the Pigeonhole Principle. I find it very intriguing about this and I decide to blog
I wanted to share another useful programming technique for learning math – using stored procedures to check for Pythagorean triples.
The Extended Internal Rate of Return (XIRR) is a metric to calculate the annualized rate of return for a series of irregularly timed flows.