Monthly Archives: March 2012

Five (math) things to do before you die

An interesting question was posed to me recently. If you were told you were going to die tomorrow, which 5 math topics/questions would you be most sad you never got to learn about/have answered? First of all, I must admit … Continue reading

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My Winter Mathcation

For two weeks in February, I took off from Bates and hung out at ICERM (the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics, at Brown University). This semester’s program is in Complex and Arithmetic Dynamics, an area I have … Continue reading

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