by Alyssa Hall | Apr 25, 2024 | Math Seminar, Spring 2024

The effective teaching of mathematics is crucial for students to become proficient in mathematical concepts and capable of applying these skills in diverse settings. Students being able to have these skills could potentially result in increasing student enrollment in...
by schwab | Apr 19, 2024 | Math Seminar, Spring 2024

Have you ever wondered about how math and famous theorems were invented? Well, come to my math 381 talk on Wednesday April 24th to learn about famous mathematicians such as Pythagoras, Archimedes, Leibniz, and Newton who are credited with inventing the Pythagorean...
by Tarin Rietz | Apr 10, 2024 | Math Seminar, Spring 2024

SET is a card game centered around patterns and pattern recognition. An important part of the game is that SETs come in threes. One of SET’s endgame scenarios involves being left with six cards containing no SETs at the end of the game. But, what if you were missing a...
by Cassie Kloss | Mar 21, 2024 | Math Seminar, Spring 2024

The Catalan numbers are one of the most important sequences in combinatorics, which studies the mathematics of counting and arranging finite discrete structures. Combinatorics is an essential branch of mathematics as it provides efficient techniques for enumerating...
by Gloria Uwizeye | Mar 12, 2024 | Math Seminar, Spring 2024

The Black-Scholes model stands as a cornerstone in the field of financial mathematics, revolutionizing the way options are priced and opening new avenues for risk management and investment strategies. Developed by Fischer Black and Myron Scholes in 1973, with...
by crooks | Mar 1, 2024 | Math Seminar, Spring 2024

Going into 2023 Major League Baseball looked to make a change to increase offensive output. They decided to restrict where the fielding team could stand to help hitters produce at a higher rate. How much did this rule change truly affect hitters? We will focus on...