by thainoo | Nov 18, 2019 | Fall 2019, Math Seminar

I will be presenting my MAT-381 talk about “how to read a QR code without using a smartphone” by decoding its message step by step. The use of QR codes is increasing every day as smartphones become more popular. QR codes can be used to store Wi-Fi set up information,...
by Natasha | Nov 18, 2019 | Fall 2019, Math Seminar, Uncategorized

For my seminar presentation this coming Wednesday, I will be talking about how we can use numbers from the Fibonacci sequence to come up with Pythagorean triples. The article I am basing my presentation on is called “Fibonacci Meets Pythagoras” by David Pagni. My...
by spinosa | Nov 11, 2019 | Fall 2019, Math Seminar

Our society is dependent upon the stable selection of pairs. Whether it’s in marriage, roommate selection in college, or even a doctor choosing their residency; each represents a group with preferences looking to pair with another group with preferences. But...
by thorne | Nov 4, 2019 | Fall 2019, Math Seminar

Hello! For my 380 talk, I will be discussing how you can use statistics in order to predict the outcome of baseball games, a process also known as Sabermetrics. This will be based on the the paper “Quasi-geometric Distributions and Extra Inning Baseball...
by cherven | Nov 2, 2019 | Fall 2019, Math Seminar

On Wednesday, November 6th, I will be presenting upon the mathematics behind the ever-so-frustrating practice of fight overbooking. What is overbooking? It’s when an airline accepts more bookings for a flight than seats on the plane to ensure maximum revenue...
by Terrence Bisson | Oct 30, 2019 | Fall 2019, Math Seminar

Oct 30: Zachary Lundy: on GPS mat380 Oct 30: Olivia Faracca: group theory and sudoku mat381 Nov 6: Cory Cherven: the math of airplane overbooking mat380 Nov. 6: Lauren Thorne: the use of statistics in predicting sports outcomes mat380 Nov 13: Nick Spinoza: the...