by Terrence Bisson | Sep 21, 2023 | Fall 2023

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by Charles Drolet | Apr 26, 2023 | Spring 2023

Hello everyone, I am sure all of you have heard of the famous board game called Monopoly. If you are like me, you never really grew into it because the games can often take a long time with all the house rules and different iterations of the game itself. Yet, on the...
by mcgeeross | Apr 5, 2023 | Spring 2023

For my final seminar topic I will be talking about the various types of differential equations in relation to the heart as well as pacemakers. First by discussing some general information about the anatomy and functions of the heart so that we can better understand...
by santora | Mar 23, 2023 | Spring 2023

It doesn’t take much for conditional probability to get complicated. But during my talk, we’re going to make it even more complicated than it needs to be. Next week, we will start by discussing a more traditional curve-ball in the probability playbook: the...
by Gloria Uwizeye | Mar 16, 2023 | Spring 2023

There has been so many ways that Economists have tried to use to predict inflation, however, most of them did not prove to be accurate. The invasion of Philips Curve has helped in evaluating and forecasting inflation. A Phillips curve is an equation that relates the...
by solar | Mar 16, 2023 | Spring 2023

Hi all! For my 25 minute talk next week I will be discussing Hyperbolic Geometry and the applications of the Poincare Disk model. In High School we are taught the postulates and theories within Euclidean Geometry. However, the proof for the 5th postulate (the parallel...
by ovitt | Mar 1, 2023 | Spring 2023

Schrödinger’s equation a fundamental result in quantum mechanics. It’s a linear partial differential equation that controls the wave functions of a quantum mechanical system. It’s a complex equation involving i. So we don’t know what it looks...
by Austin Reszel | Nov 10, 2022 | Fall 2022

Nested recurrence relations are any recurrence relation where at least one of the arguments is dependenton a previous term. For example, the most famous nested recurrence relation is Hofstadter’s Q-recurrence,which is defined by Q(n) = Q(n − Q(n − 1)) + Q(n − Q(n −...
by santora | Nov 3, 2022 | Fall 2022

Have you ever played chess? If you’ve played for any length of time, you most likely know of the dream that many chess players share: to amass an army of queens, the most powerful piece on the board. But with this puzzle, that dream is about to turn into a...
by mcgeeross | Oct 25, 2022 | Fall 2022

Next week my talk will be about counting cards in black jack. The pairs and stats related to a certain number of decks used while playing one game will be showed. Also some real instances where people have done very well counting cards in casinos.