by cherven | Apr 30, 2021 | MathSeminars_new

An origami construction that allows us to trisect an angle, a key functionality needed to construct the cube root of a length and construct a solution to the cube doubling problem. As a child, I was, for a very long time, quite interested in the art of origami...
by Pema Kaldan | Apr 3, 2021 | MathSeminars_new

[Abstract]: Hello everyone. My name is Pema Kaldan, and I am a senior at Canisius College, currently major in Math. I will be giving my MAT 381 presentation on Wednesday, April 7/2021. For my presentation, I will be talking about Math Use In Real Life meaning using...
by Pema Kaldan | Apr 2, 2020 | MathSeminars_new

For my MAT 380 presentation this Wednesday, I will be talking about some basic background on how to play a Blackjack, what is it, and how can you win the gambling when you are playing the Blackjack. I will slightly touch on Set Theory, Formula, and some examples. I...
by cherven | Apr 1, 2020 | MathSeminars_new

Byzantine Generals with Alternate Possibilities Byzantine Consensus with Alternate Possibilities Imagine several troupes of Byzantine soldiers stationed outside various corners of an enemy city–their generals need to agree via messenger whether to attack or retreat,...