Mathematical equations and symbols always look beautiful to me. Just like the women to me, great to admire but near impossible to fathom and work out. Below are some of the most important mathematical equations that changed the way we look at the world. See how many you can guess right. Assign the alphabets to the numbers. Answers tomorrow.

a) Schrodinger

b) Second law of thermodynamics

c) Black Scholes model

d) Wave equation

e) Shannon's information theory

f) Maxwell's equations (this is a freebie, note the plural)

g) Fourier's transform

1) Schrodinger's Equation - Models matter as a wave, rather than a particle.

2) Second Law Of Thermodynamics - Energy and heat dissipate over time.

3) The Wave Equation - A differential equation that describes the behavior of waves, originally the behavior of a vibrating violin string.

4) Shannon's Information Theory - Estimates the amount of data in a piece of code by the probabilities of its component symbols.

5) Maxwell's Equations - Maps out the relationship between electric and magnetic fields.

6) The Fourier's Transform - Describes patterns in time as a function of frequency.

7) Black Scholes Model - Prices a derivative based on the assumption that it is riskless and that there is no arbitrage opportunity when it is priced correctly.

a) Schrodinger

b) Second law of thermodynamics

c) Black Scholes model

d) Wave equation

e) Shannon's information theory

f) Maxwell's equations (this is a freebie, note the plural)

g) Fourier's transform

1) Schrodinger's Equation - Models matter as a wave, rather than a particle.

2) Second Law Of Thermodynamics - Energy and heat dissipate over time.

3) The Wave Equation - A differential equation that describes the behavior of waves, originally the behavior of a vibrating violin string.

4) Shannon's Information Theory - Estimates the amount of data in a piece of code by the probabilities of its component symbols.

5) Maxwell's Equations - Maps out the relationship between electric and magnetic fields.

6) The Fourier's Transform - Describes patterns in time as a function of frequency.

7) Black Scholes Model - Prices a derivative based on the assumption that it is riskless and that there is no arbitrage opportunity when it is priced correctly.

Get 5 or 6 correctly, you should be a Phd student in maths. Get all correct, you should have an IQ above 200 or be in a mental ward. Get 3-4 right, aren't you a bombastic know it all bastard. Get 0-2 correct, hey you are normal.

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