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yypowerflipped into Hacker news selectedIcon version of the Flipboard logo Exploring The Peano Axioms With Algebraic Data Types - Francis Stokes: Blogfrancisrstokes.github.io - Posted by Francis Stokes The Peano Axioms are 8 simple rules that can define the natural number system. What are the natural numbers? They’re are just the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, … …

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Andre Marrianflipped into MathsIcon version of the Flipboard logoComputer Science Famous theorems proven in Coqmadiot.fr - many versions This is an appendix to Freek Wiedijk's webpage on the "top 100" mathematical theorems, to keep track of the statements of the theorems that are …

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World News Sir Michael Atiyah claims to have solved Riemann hypothesiswikitribune.com - Flaneur Michael Francis Atiyah, an 89-year-old British mathematician claims (Motherboard) that he has solved the Riemann hypothesis – a problem that has …