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Monthly Archives: October 2013
Significantly Statistical Blogs
It’s almost Halloween, so I thought it was appropriate to write about something scary: statistics! (That was a joke, statisticians.) As a mathematician, I can get by in statistics, but I am not a native speaker. As someone who writes … Continue reading
Posted in Statistics, Uncategorized
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Ta Da!
This exclamation we commonly associate with magic, but also sometimes feel like uttering at the end of a proof. We strive to manufacture anticipation right before the final result is revealed. We hope that our presentation of the problem itself … Continue reading
On Mathematics Education and Music Education
Last month, Jordan Ellenberg wrote about the Proof School, wondering, “ought there be a school just for math kids?” He is not entirely sold on the idea but later notes that there are schools just for music kids. What are … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education, Mathematics and the Arts
Tagged mathematics, mathematics and music
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MinimalAdequate Teacher helps students learn in polynomial time
As an undergraduate, one of my favorite card games was Mao, named after the infamous chairman. The main rule of the game is that there is only one rule, and it is that no one tells you the rules! You … Continue reading
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