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20th century solutions to new problems in Cryptography. The Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic. Public Key Cryptography: what is it?. The Discrete Logarithm Problem. Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange. RSA Encryption: step 1. RSA Encryption: step 2. RSA Encryption: step 3. Euler's Totient Function. RSA Encryption: step 4. What should we learn next?.

You already have many tools in your mathematical toolkit. In this topic, you'll use these in settings that you're likely to encounter in the real world!. Reading tables 1. Reading tables 1. Reading tables 2. Reading tables 2. Stem-and-leaf Plots. Reading stem and leaf plots. Reading stem and leaf plots. Reading Pictographs. Reading pictographs 1. Reading pictographs 2. Reading Bar Graphs. Histograms. Reading bar charts 1. Reading bar charts 1. Creating bar charts 1. Creating bar charts 1. Reading bar charts 2. Reading bar charts 2. Reading bar charts 3. Reading bar charts 3. Reading Line Graphs. Reading line charts 1. Reading Pie Graphs (Circle Graphs). Misleading Line Graphs. Multistep word problems example 1). Multistep word problems example 2). Multistep word problems example 3). Multistep equations without variables. Greater than and less than symbols. Comparing whole numbers. Plotting inequalities on a number line. Writing numerical inequalities exercise. Writing numerical inequalities. Inequalities in one variable 1 exercise. Inequalities in one variable 1. Inequalities on a number line. Inequalities on a number line. Rational number word problem example 1. Rational number word problem example 2. Rational number word problem example 3. Adding decimals of different signs word problem. Rational number word problems. Figuring out days of the week. Math patterns example 1. Math patterns example 2. Math patterns. Relationships between patterns. Interpreting relationships between patterns. Interpreting and graphing relationships between patterns. Visualizing and interpreting relationships between patterns. Constructing numerical expressions example. Evaluating an expression with and without parentheses. Expressions with parentheses. Reading tables 1. Reading tables 1. Reading tables 2. Reading tables 2. Stem-and-leaf Plots. Reading stem and leaf plots. Reading stem and leaf plots. Reading Pictographs. Reading pictographs 1. Reading pictographs 2. Reading Bar Graphs. Histograms. Reading bar charts 1. Reading bar charts 1. Creating bar charts 1. Creating bar charts 1. Reading bar charts 2. Reading bar charts 2. Reading bar charts 3. Reading bar charts 3. Reading Line Graphs. Reading line charts 1. Reading Pie Graphs (Circle Graphs). Misleading Line Graphs. Multistep word problems example 1). Multistep word problems example 2). Multistep word problems example 3). Multistep equations without variables. Greater than and less than symbols. Comparing whole numbers. Plotting inequalities on a number line. Writing numerical inequalities exercise. Writing numerical inequalities. Inequalities in one variable 1 exercise. Inequalities in one variable 1. Inequalities on a number line. Inequalities on a number line. Rational number word problem example 1. Rational number word problem example 2. Rational number word problem example 3. Adding decimals of different signs word problem. Rational number word problems. Figuring out days of the week. Math patterns example 1. Math patterns example 2. Math patterns. Relationships between patterns. Interpreting relationships between patterns. Interpreting and graphing relationships between patterns. Visualizing and interpreting relationships between patterns. Constructing numerical expressions example. Evaluating an expression with and without parentheses. Expressions with parentheses.

This course is taught in French Vous voulez comprendre l'arithmétique ? Vous souhaitez découvrir une application des mathématiques à la vie quotidienne ? Ce cours est fait pour vous ! De niveau première année d'université, vous apprendrez les bases de l'arithmétique (division euclidienne, théorème de Bézout, nombres premiers, congruence). Vous vous êtes déjà demandé comment sont sécurisées les transactions sur Internet ? Vous découvrirez les bases de la cryptographie, en commençant par les codes les plus simples pour aboutir au code RSA. Le code RSA est le code utilisé pour crypter les communications sur internet. Il est basé sur de l'arithmétique assez simple que l'on comprendra en détail. Vous pourrez en plus mettre en pratique vos connaissances par l'apprentissage de notions sur le langage de programmation Python. Vous travaillerez à l'aide de cours écrits et de vidéos, d'exercices corrigés en vidéos, des quiz, des travaux pratiques. Le cours est entièrement gratuit !

This course covers cosmology – the study of our entire universe. Where did the universe come from? How will it end? What is the nature of space and time? For the first time in human history, we can give precise, reliable answers to many cosmological questions, thanks to a spectacular series of recent breakthroughs. But many of the most fundamental mysteries remain unsolved. In this course we will cover the latest advances and the unsolved mysteries. We will explain the recent observations, and with the help of guest speakers Lawrence Krauss and Brian Cox, we will explore the theories behind modern cosmology.

This course is designed for people who would like to get a deeper understanding of astronomy than that offered by popular science articles and shows. You will need reasonable high-school level Maths and Physics to get the most out of this course.

This is one of four ANUx courses which together make up the Australian National University's first year astrophysics program. You can take these four courses in any order. These courses compromise the Astrophysics XSeries. Learn more about the XSeries program and register for all the courses in the series today!

The discovery of exoplanets is one of the greatest revolutions in modern astrophysics. Twenty years ago, we had no idea whether any of the countless stars out there beyond our solar system had planets or not.

Today, things are totally different. Over 1,000 planetary systems have been discovered. The universe is teeming with planets. And what strange planets they are - hot Jupiter-like planets skimming the surfaces of their stars, cold and lonely free-floating planets far from any star, planets made of diamond, planets with rain made of glass, super-Earths and even planets orbiting neutron stars. In this course, we’ll bring you up-to-date with the latest research on exoplanets, and how this research has revolutionised our understanding of the formation of solar systems like our own.

This course is designed for people who would like to get a deeper understanding of these mysteries than that offered by popular science articles and shows. You will need reasonable high-school level mathematics and physics to get the most out of this course.

This is the second of four ANUx courses which together make up the Australian National University's first year astrophysics program. It follows on from the introductory course on the Greatest Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe, and is followed by courses on the violent universe and on cosmology. These courses compromise the Astrophysics XSeries. Learn more about the XSeries program and register for all the courses in the series today!

Interested in exploring the deadliest and most mysterious parts of our universe? Or, investigating black holes, which warp the very fabric of space-time around them?

We will look at what we know about these objects, and also at the many unsolved mysteries that surround them. We will also study white-dwarf stars and neutron stars, where the mind-bending laws of quantum mechanics collide with relativity. And, examine dwarf novae, classical novae, supernovae and even hypernovae: the most violent explosions in the cosmos.

This course is designed for people who would like to get a deeper understanding of astronomy than that offered by popular science articles and television shows.You will need reasonable high-school level Maths and Physics to get the most out of this course.

This is the third of four ANUx courses which together make up the Australian National University's first year astrophysics program. It follows on from a course on the Greatest Unsolved Mysteries of the Universe, and a course on exoplanets. It is not necessary to have done the previous courses first: all necessary background material is repeated here. It is followed by a course on cosmology. These courses compromise the Astrophysics XSeries. Learn more about the XSeries program and register for all the courses in the series today!

In this course, we will look at many important aspects of the circulation of the atmosphere and ocean, from length scales of meters to thousands of km and time scales ranging from seconds to years. We will assume familiarity with concepts covered in course 12.003 (Physics of the Fluid Earth). In the early stages of the present course, we will make somewhat greater use of math than did 12.003, but the math we will use is no more than that encountered in elementary electromagnetic field theory, for example. The focus of the course is on the **physics** of the phenomena which we will discuss.

This course is a review of Basic Arithmetic skills that serve as a prerequisite for placement into and success in pre-college and college-level algebra courses. In this course, primary emphasis will be placed on fundamental operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and integers. Other topics covered include proportions, percentages, representations of data, geometric figures, and measurement. Students who should take this course include: those that have an interest in brushing up on arithmetic skills prior to taking an upcoming placement test or those that have not had math in many years and want to review foundational skills and concepts. This course provides free digital access to all required materials including a student workbook, lesson videos, and online homework practice and assessment. A certificate of completion will be awarded by the instructor to students who complete required activities. The course instructor recommends purchase of a textbook or other course materials. Please see the details below. Required materials: Basic Arithmetic Student Workbook Purchase Info: Hard copy at Lulu.com or access via free digital download. Approximate cost for hard copy: $15

*Becoming the Next Bill Nye* is about using video production techniques to develop your ability to engagingly convey your passions for science, technology, engineering, and / or math. You'll have the opportunity to script and on-screen host 5-minute YouTube science, technology, engineering, and / or math-related shows to inspire youth to consider a future in science.

Gain essential skills in today’s digital age to store, process and analyse data to inform business decisions.

In this course, part of the Big Data MicroMasters program, you will develop your knowledge of big data analytics and enhance your programming and mathematical skills. You will learn to use essential analytic tools such as Hadoop, R and MOA (Massive Online Analysis).

Topics covered in this course include:

- cloud-based big data analysis;
- predictive analytics, including probabilistic and statistical models;
- application of large-scale data analysis;
- analysis of problem space and data needs;
- understanding of ethical and social concerns of data mining.

By the end of this course, you will be able to approach large-scale data science problems with creativity and initiative.

This introductory course in biology starts at the microscopic level, with molecules and cells. Before we get into the specifics of cell structure and behavior, however, let’s take a cursory glance at the field of biology more generally. Though biology as we know it today is a relatively new field, we have been studying living things since the beginning of recorded history. The invention of the microscope was the turning point in the history of biology; it paved the way for scientists to discover bacteria and other tiny organisms and ultimately led to the modern cell theory of biology. You will notice that, unlike the core program courses you took in chemistry and physics, introductory biology does not have many mathematical “laws” and “rules” and does not require much math. Instead, you will learn a great number of new terms and concepts that will help you describe life at the smallest level. Over the course of this semester, you will recognize the ways in which the tiniest of molecules are involved…

This course is designed to introduce you to the study of Calculus. You will learn concrete applications of how calculus is used and, more importantly, why it works. Calculus is not a new discipline; it has been around since the days of Archimedes. However, Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz, two 17th-century European mathematicians concurrently working on the same intellectual discovery hundreds of miles apart, were responsible for developing the field as we know it today. This brings us to our first question, what is today's Calculus? In its simplest terms, calculus is the study of functions, rates of change, and continuity. While you may have cultivated a basic understanding of functions in previous math courses, in this course you will come to a more advanced understanding of their complexity, learning to take a closer look at their behaviors and nuances. In this course, we will address three major topics: limits, derivatives, and integrals, as well as study their respective foundations and a…