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A Mathematical Guide to the World’s Most Livable Cities

A Mathematical Guide to the World’s Most Livable Cities | "Street fashion" | Scoop.it
Can quality of urban life be boiled down to a formula?

Most people might think of a city such as Paris or Tokyo as a unique entity, with a character that is distinct from other metropolises. But large cities, towns and even smaller villages also share common purpose: they strive to provide a good place to live. Urban planners are trying to find a way to bring mathematical rigor to analyzing how well a city accomplishes this universal goal.


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A mathematical formula to quantify how successful a city is.  How exciting!

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12 Most Fashionable Cities in the World

12 Most Fashionable Cities in the World | "Street fashion" | Scoop.it
International Cities with the Hottest Street Fashion (RT @AliceKally: Check out the 12 Most Fashionable Cities in the World! We think #1 is true love!

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Exponential growth in the usage of exponential growth - Washington Post

Exponential growth in the usage of exponential growth Washington Post The Post's writers may need a course on the meaning of mathematical terms, but they are not guilty of overusing the term “exponential growth.” Letter writer Paul Bennett [“Where...
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Well, well - it pays to pay attention in math class!

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