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How to Divide by Zero: An Interview with Bill Shillito
For this post, I interviewed a colleague about a new project he is working on: a website where he encourages his readers to consider the possibility of dividing by zero. Bill Shillito has a Master’s degree in Secondary Mathematics Education … Continue reading
Teaching Lessons from a Summer of Taking Mathematics Courses
Although I am a mathematics education graduate student and am not required to take mathematics courses as a part of my PhD, I had the opportunity to take several mathematics graduate courses this summer as part of a Mathematics Graduate … Continue reading
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Introduction to Ideal Class Groups
Algebraic number theory is a really interesting subject, but unlike some other subjects, it’s not 100% clear what objects people study. This post provides an introduction to the class group of a finite dimensional field extension of $\mathbb{Q}$, an object often … Continue reading
What is a Manifold? (6/6)
In posts 13 we were able to reduce all of the geometry of a curve in 3space to an interval along with two or three realvalued functions. We also discussed when two sets of such data give equivalent (overlapping) curves. This … Continue reading
Up to Date Blog Content for JMM 2017
Looking for blog content about the 2017 Joint Mathematics Meetings? Check out the JMM 2017 Blog where you can catch up on yesterday’s main events and keep up with some of the main events during the meeting. I really enjoyed reading Profession, … Continue reading
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