Journal of Mathematical Acumen and Research
https://pubs.jomaar.org/index.php/jmr
<p>Journal of Mathematical Acumen and Research (<strong>JOMAAR</strong>) is an international peer-reviewed, open-access journal that publishes original research articles, short communications as well as review articles in all extents of mathematics. This is purely an electronic journal.</p>JOMAARen-USJournal of Mathematical Acumen and Research2467-8929Solved Questions on Logarithms
https://pubs.jomaar.org/index.php/jmr/article/view/82
<p>This is to build the interest of students in the study of logarithms and sharpen their skills in solving questions on proofs of logarithms.</p>William Obeng-Denteh
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2019-05-272019-05-2741General Overview of Cell Complexes
https://pubs.jomaar.org/index.php/jmr/article/view/83
<p>A very large class of topological spaces of practical interest can be represented by a decomposition into subsets, each with simple topology, glued<br>together along their boundaries. A decomposition of this form is commonly called a cell complex. Abstract graphs (as branched 1-manifolds) are examples of cell complexes, as are quadrilateral and hexahedral meshes, and 3d<br>triangulations supporting normal surfaces. There are several different ways to formalize the intuitive notion of a ’cell complex’, striking different balances between simplicity and generality. I’ll describe different definitions and how they are interconnected</p>Lydia Olabisi, Ms.
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2019-06-242019-06-2441Orientation of a Triangle
https://pubs.jomaar.org/index.php/jmr/article/view/86
<p>The sphere, torus, Klein bottle, and the projective plane are the classical examples of orientable and non-orientable surfaces. In this paper, we give a general review on orientation of a triangle and some applications to topological objects.</p>Dorcas Attuabea Addo
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2019-07-092019-07-0941Homology Groups and Its Construction
https://pubs.jomaar.org/index.php/jmr/article/view/87
<p>This article explores the elementary ideas of boundary and homology theory that leads to homology groups. Taking the chain complex into account we would them to construct a general Homology Group and conclude with an additional definition for homology group.</p>Robert Marley
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