Hi! My name is Radon Rosborough, and I like to write about math. This website collects several of the mathematical documents I've written.
If you want to get an intuitive understanding of some of the more complex concepts in calculus, take a look at Intuitive Explanations. I recommend starting here!
If you want some fun calculus trivia questions, try these ones that I came up with.
If you're interested in proofs, I have the existence-uniqueness theorem from Differential Equations and some derivations from Statistics.
I also do things other than math. What, you ask? Find out here.
You can access everything on this website via the navigation bar at the top of this page.
How it was made
The PDF documents are typeset using LaTeX, a system for professional typesetting that is used almost universally by mathematicians, scientists, and engineers for the creation of mathematical, scientific, and other documents. LaTeX is extremely full-featured and supports complex equations, advanced page layout, professional-looking graphics, bibliographies, and hundreds of other typesetting tasks. It also has the advantage of producing files which are completely cross-platform and look the same in any application.
Check out the code for more details and documentation!
How you can contribute
MIT. You can do whatever you want with anything here, although I prefer that you do good rather than evil.