## Mathematical singularity

In mathematics , a **singularity** is in general a point at which a given **mathematical** object is not defined, or a point of an exceptional set where it fails to be well-behaved in some particular way, such as differentiability . See **Singularity** theory for general discussion of the geometric

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## n-body problem

classical mechanics , i.e., Newton's laws of motion and Newton's law of gravity . Contents 1 **Mathematical** formulation of the n-body problem 1.1 General considerations: solving the n-body problem 2 Two-body problem 3 Three-body problem 4 King Oscar II Prize about the solution

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## Singularity theory

In mathematics , **singularity** theory is the study of the failure of manifold structure. A loop of string can serve as an example of a one-dimensional manifold, if one neglects its width. What is meant by a **singularity** can be seen by dropping it on the floor. Probably there will appear a

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## Mathematics of general relativity

The mathematics of general relativity refers to various **mathematical** structures and techniques that are used in studying and formulating Albert Einstein 's theory of general relativity . The main tools used in this geometrical theory of gravitation are tensor fields defined on a Lorentzian

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## Alexander Dmitrievich Bruno

Institute of Applied Mathematics. Career: Junior, 1965; Senior, 1971; Leading Researcher, 1987; Head of **Mathematical** Department, 1995. [ edit ] Honours 3rd Prize at the Moscow **Mathematical** Olympiade, 1956; 1st Prize 1bid, 1957; 2nd Prize for Students Papers in Moscow St University,

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## Moore and Saunders’ Law of Arithmetic and Geometric Singularity

placing the template : {{subst: nonsensepage |Moore and Saunders’ Law of Arithmetic and Geometric **Singularity** |header=1}} ~~~~ on the talk page of the author. Contents 1 Introduction 2 Law 3 Arithmetic Evidence 4 Geometric Evidence 5 Conclusion [ edit ] Introduction

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