Author Archives: Jonathan Hahn

About Jonathan Hahn

I am a fourth-year math PhD student studying dynamical systems and statistics at the University of Minnesota. I live in Minneapolis with my poisonous cherry tree, Dave. This summer I learned how to canoe on whitewater in Canada.

A Fresh Slice of π

Almost anyone in the math world will know that today is π Day. Every year on March  14, the date reads 3/14, the first 3 digits of our favorite constant.  It may be an irrational holiday, but it is about … Continue reading

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Exchanging Math for Fake Internet Points

As a fourth-year grad student in math at the University of Minnesota, I spend a lot of time thinking about math problems, but I get worn out when I think about the same problem for too long. Sometimes it can … Continue reading

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