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Radical Notation
There was one day in my life when I got a standing ovation in a calculus class. I’ll admit, it was an extra special group of students who were prone to spontaneous outbursts of enthusiasm. Business Calc, amiright? But it … Continue reading
Posted in History of Mathematics
Tagged Dave Richeson, Jeff Miller, Math Overflow, Notation, Wolfram
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A Circular Approach To Linear Algebra
This semester I’m teaching Linear Algebra for the first time, so naturally, I am constantly on the prowl for all of the linear algebra resources the internet has to offer. To begin with, I’m using a free online textbook called … Continue reading
Posted in Math Education
Tagged linear algebra, Matthew Simonson, Steven Strogatz, Wolfram
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