Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Unexpected

by Kareem Carr Traveling, moving, hard drive failures, regular use of public transport and just regular life has left me with a healthy respect for the unexpected. The larger the life-changing step, the greater the number of complicated steps chained … Continue reading

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Cramming Techniques?

by Derek Smith Qualifying exams (a.k.a. area exams) are now just two weeks away and I’m finding that each day brings a new wave of emotions. Some days I feel confident, others I am at a complete loss. I have … Continue reading

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The Witch of Agnesi

by Kareem Carr I recently found out about a book called The Witch of Agnesi. For some reason, I felt some doubt that the title was actually mathematics related. However, when I did look it up, it seems to be … Continue reading

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