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A History of the World
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The students be introduced to an almost unknown, early 20th Century mathematician from India, Ramanujan. He fought every obstacle to get his mathematical formulas published. We will look at his early life in India, his math obsession, his development of formulas for Infinite Series, his struggles in England to get his works published, and how his formulas are now being used in space exploration. We will also do a few very simple mathematical problems that he developed, to give the students an...
I have a ‘mathy’ mind. Engineering satisfied some of that, but I still am fascinated with infinity. After my 8th Grade Algebra teacher challenged my thinking about two things heading toward each other and the distance apart being divided eternally, I have always loved to learn about infinity. It has led me, and I hope it leads you, to find out about all the great people who helped form our world today.
I will provide all the web links, video links and a worksheet to use in class.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Marsha WrightBS/English/Education, BS/Mechanical Engineering, MS/Systems Engineering Management
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Love, Live and Learn! A little about me: I grew up in Western Nebraska. I have always loved learning of all kinds, and am a voracious reader. My education is too numerous to mention and I am still a Big Red, Nebraska fan. My purpose in teaching...