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Linear congruential method is a pseudo-random number generation method that generates a random number sequence based on a deterministic mathematical algorithm. Linear congruential method can meet general pseudo-random number needs in some cases

This article mainly introduces the basic operations and examples of relational algebra such as union, difference, selection, projection and join.

Compound Interest Formula and The Rule of 72 are commonly used tools in finance for calculating investment growth and estimating the time it takes for an investment to double.

The 'Coin Weight Problem' aims to solve the following mathematical problem: Among N coins, one coin has a different weight. with a balance scale, ensure finding the different coin with the fewest number of weighings.

Introduction, derivation and proof of Bernoulli numbers

Outlines computer system reliability, including series, parallel components, and N-modular redundancy.

Discusses the equivalence and error estimation in integrating piecewise continuous functions using rectangular and trapezoidal approximations.

Introduces functional dependencies, and the database paradigms 1NF, 2NF, 3NF, BCNF, and 4NF. and use examples to explain their concepts and connections.

This article mainly introduces the content and connection between the four concepts of Taylor's formula, Taylor's theorem, Taylor series and Taylor's expansion.

Faulhaber's Formula, which provides a method to compute the sum of the p-th powers of the first n positive integers.