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## Calculating Carbon Dioxide Levels in the Atmosphere

Hello everyone. My name is Natasha Loochaz, and I will be giving my MAT480 presentation on Wednesday, March 31. For my presentation, I will be talking about one of the biggest threats that humanity is currently facing, global warming. It is no secret that the world is...

Hi everyone! My name is Chelsea Okon, and I will be presenting my MAT 480 seminar on Wednesday March 24th at 2:10. To join, please use the Zoom link that will be provided in an email. I hope you can attend! Here is a quick introduction as to what I will cover in my...

## Stable Distributions: Extreme Values in the Real World

Hi everyone! My name is Lauren and I’m a current senior. I will be presenting next Wednesday, March 17 at 2:10. For a brief introduction to what I will be talking about, consider the following hypothetical situation: Let’s consider the students at Canisius...

## MAT480: Finding Our New ‘Normal’: Normality Testing a History and (Mis)Applications

My presentation will take place on 3/3/21 at 2:10 PM via Zoom (link will be sent at a later time). In my seminar presentation, I will be discussing normality testing. In particular, I will discuss why we test for normalcy, how we test for normalcy, and the different...

## Using Linear Algebra to Derive Fibonacci Numbers

The Fibonacci Sequence was introduced by Leonardo Pisano aka Fibonacci, who was an Italian mathematician during the Middle Ages. Fibonacci introduced the sequence as a solution to the Rabbit problem. Suppose you had two rabbits, one male and one female. Every month,...

## A Matching Problem: Using Graph Theory to Develop an Algorithm to Land Airplanes during Inclement Whether

A tricky and lucrative problem has existed for decades in the airline industry that was ripe for a mathematician to solve. Given a set of criteria, what is the most efficient order in which to land airplanes during inclement weather? Many obstacles arise when...