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The Euler Line<br />

sagansense: ““ The World’s Most Beautiful Equations From top: General Relativity Special Relativity Calculus Euler’s equation The Euler Line (Source: LiveScience) ” ”

The minimal surface equation<br />

The minimal surface equation The minimal surface equation somehow encodes the beautiful soap films that form on wire boundaries when you dip them in soapy water

Callan-Symanzik equation<br />

Callan-Symanzik equation a vital first-principles equation from essential for describing how naive expectations will fail in a quantum world

Lagrangian<br />

Euler–Lagrange equations and Noether's theorem . "The cool thing is that this way of thinking about physics has survived some major revolutions in physics, like quantum mechanics, relativity, etc.

Euler's Equation<br />

Euler's Equation<br />It says that if you cut the surface of a sphere up into faces, edges and vertices, and let F be the number of faces, E the number of edges and V the number of vertices, you will always get V – E + F = 2

This equation of special relativity describes time dilation.<br />

This equation of special relativity describes time dilation.Einstein makes the…

The Pythagorean Theorem is credited to the the Greek mathematician Pythagoras, who lived in the sixth century B.C.<br />

The Pythagorean Theorem is credited to the the Greek mathematician Pythagoras, who lived in the sixth century B. "He" was the first to prove it to be true.

The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus <br />

The fundamental theorem of calculus forms the backbone of the mathematical method known as calculus, and links its two main ideas, the concept of the integral and the concept of the derivative.

The Standard Model Lagrangian represents the main set of equations describing the fundamental particles that make up our universe.<br />

The Standard Model Lagrangian represents the main set of equations describing the fundamental particles that make up our universe.