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Monthly Archives: October 2015
Getting Primed For Halloween
Maybe it’s the chill in the air or the changing leaves, maybe it’s the ache in my belly from too much candy corn, but whatever the reason, I’ve been in the mood for spooky halloween things this past week. I’ve … Continue reading
Posted in Number Theory, Recreational Mathematics
Tagged Carl Pomerance, Cube, Math Movies, prime factors
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Blogging in Math Class: A Q&A with Casey Douglas
Last year, I had my math history students write a blog. The course counts as a writing credit, so blog posts seemed like good short writing assignments. But what about blogging in a math class that’s just a math class? … Continue reading
Take Me Out To The Stats Game!
Recently, I was hanging out watching the Pirates crumble under the pressure of a wild card game and someone asked me a really good question. Supposing you were busy taking selfies and missed a few plays, but you noticed that … Continue reading
Posted in Applied Math, Data Science, Math Education
Tagged Baseball, Laura McLay, Sharon Jones, Sports Analytics, Tim Chartier
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Grad School, Blogged
A few months ago, I stumbled on TaiDanae Bradley’s excellent blog Math3ma. Bradley is a math graduate student at CUNY, and she writes about the kinds of topics that show up in firstyear graduate courses and later on the qualifying … Continue reading
Posted in Math Communication
Tagged algebra, analysis, graduate school, math, mathematics, TaiDanae Bradley, topology
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