COVID 19 Regression analysis Update

Posted on Tue 19 May 2020 in Mathematics • Tagged with Mathematics, COVID 19

The Previous COVID regression analysis was fairly accurate. However, the opening of lockdown offset the statistics a bit and now there are more number of projected cases. Here is a recomputation of the statistics, which projects an average of 172,000 cases by June 1 and 520,000 cases overall …


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No square ends in 3

Posted on Fri 15 May 2020 in Mathematics • Tagged with Mathematics

This is an interesting number theory fact that seems strange when taken at face value. Here's a small proof of it:


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COVID 19 regression analysis

Posted on Wed 06 May 2020 in Mathematics • Tagged with Mathematics, COVID 19

regression This is a regression analysis attempt for the COVID-19 spread data. The graphs represent total cases per day. The Orange graph is USA, the smaller graph on the left is China and the graph on the right is India. A Standard gaussian curve of the form $Ae^{-b(x-c)^2 …


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