Ari Bormanis Nov 28, 2020 Update for the week of 11/16/2020 This week we had a talk from Dr. Aaron Wootton! Dr. Wootton is a visiting professor from the University of Portland. He gave a talk about...

Ari Bormanis Nov 28, 2020 Update for the week of 11/16/2020 This week we had a talk from Dr. Aaron Wootton! Dr. Wootton is a visiting professor from the University of Portland. He gave a talk about...

Ari Bormanis Nov 14, 2020 Update for the week of 11/9/2020 This week we learned about Weierstrass t-substitution, the absurd effectiveness of sleeping (with a foray into how to sleep), and highlig...

Ari Bormanis Nov 7, 2020 Update for the week of 11/2/2020 This week we learned about Feynman integration, active learning (particularly with regards to actively reading textbooks and notes), high...

Ari Bormanis Oct 30, 2020 Update for the week of 10/26/20 This week we first learned about cobweb diagrams and their relation to root finding problems and discrete dynamical systems. Then we expl...

Ari Bormanis Oct 26, 2020 Update for the week of 10/19/20 This week we learned how bicycles continue to defy math and physics, the myriad benefits of drinking water, highlighted the class Math 45...

Ari Bormanis Oct 10, 2020 Update for week of 10/5/2020 Why hello there! This week we learned the results of an interesting poll, learned a trick for simplifying limits of a function raised to ...

Ari Bormanis Oct 5, 2020 Dinosaurs are related to math! Or vice versa, that's usually how such things go. To all my critics who doubted me and said that there was no connection between math and...