Unsolved Math Problems List

One famous list of unsolved problems is the “Millennium Prize Problems,” established by the Clay Mathematics Institute in 2000. These problems each carry a prize of $1 million for a correct solution. The seven Millennium Prize Problems are: The Birch and Swinnerton-Dyer Conjecture: Elliptic curves are a type of algebraic curve defined by cubic equations …

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How Math Software Works

Symbolic computation: Math software can manipulate algebraic expressions symbolically, meaning it can perform operations such as simplification, expansion, factorization, and substitution without resorting to numerical approximations. To achieve this, the software typically represents mathematical expressions as data structures (e.g., trees or lists) and uses algorithms to manipulate these structures according to mathematical rules. Numerical computation: …

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