MAT194: Mathematics Seminar

From www.norsemathology.org

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
m
m
Line 13: Line 13:
Your job is to play around with the questions. You shouldn't try to answer them all -- just chip in a little here and there. '''It should be a conversation, and not a monologue.''' So if you've been contributing a lot, sit back and let some other folks chime in. Ask each other questions -- challenge each other. But let's see what we can do -- together.
Your job is to play around with the questions. You shouldn't try to answer them all -- just chip in a little here and there. '''It should be a conversation, and not a monologue.''' So if you've been contributing a lot, sit back and let some other folks chime in. Ask each other questions -- challenge each other. But let's see what we can do -- together.
-
<--
+
<!-- == Topic #1: [[MAT194:Pascal's triangle]] == -->
-
== Topic #1: [[MAT194:Pascal's triangle]] ==
+
-
-->
+

Revision as of 15:14, 29 December 2020

Contents

MAT194: Mathematics Seminar (Spring 2021)

Overview

Welcome to this virtual edition of a seminar!

That's an odd concept, especially asynchronously.... So we're going to be using this Wiki to create a class "discussion", if you will, about a variety of topics in mathematics. The emphasis here will be on studying a number of (what I hope are really) interesting topics in Mathematics, many of which we don't encounter in the standard math major's curriculum. That's a pity, and one of the reasons why I'm including them here, for us.

Each topic will have its own page.

Each of you is expected to make some contributions to each project page. The cool thing about a wiki is that many people can collaborate to create the final product. There is also a history, which shows exactly who made each change -- so take care! Big Brother is watching...:) Hopefully Big Brother will be impressed, amused, and otherwise enjoy watching, however. If you've never used a wiki, have no fear -- it's easy, and, like lots of things, the best way to learn is by doing. So let's go!

Generally each topic will feature a series of questions.

Your job is to play around with the questions. You shouldn't try to answer them all -- just chip in a little here and there. It should be a conversation, and not a monologue. So if you've been contributing a lot, sit back and let some other folks chime in. Ask each other questions -- challenge each other. But let's see what we can do -- together.


Personal tools