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Newton’s Method for root-finding is modified to avoid the division step while maintaining quadratic convergence.

The purpose of this study was to examine the current state of integrated science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) education. We conducted an extensive review of the literature, followed by document analysis to construct concepts and themes associated with prospects, priorities, processes, and problems of STEAM education.

Since the Rubik’s Cube was introduced in the 1970s, mathematicians and puzzle enthusiasts have studied the Rubik’s Cube group, i.e., the group of all ≈4.3×1019 solvable positions of the Rubik’s Cube. Group-theoretic ideas have found their way into practical methods for solving the Rubik’s Cube, and perhaps the most notable of these is the commutator.

Mathematical communities which support women and members of underrepresented groups in mathematics can increase the likelihood of their earning advanced degrees in mathematics. Mathematicians should be investing more time, energy, and funding into supporting mathematical communities that exist and creating ones that are needed.

We tell the story of how schemes were formalized in three different ways in the Lean theorem prover.

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