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Sharing math projects and enthusiasmTue, 01 Nov 2016 22:25:04 +0000hourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.3Comment on How Puzzles Help You Write Proofs by kendyl
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2016/11/01/how-puzzles-help-you-write-proofs/#comment-73
Tue, 01 Nov 2016 22:25:04 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=968#comment-73Correction, November 2nd
]]>Comment on Triangular Numbers, Gaussian Integers and KenKen by zastrowk
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2016/10/12/triangular-numbers-gaussian-integers-and-kenken/#comment-72
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 20:44:48 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=928#comment-72The article, which can be found in JSTOR:

Triangular Numbers, Gaussian Integers, and KenKen
John Watkins
The College Mathematics Journal
Vol. 43, No. 1 (January 2012), pp. 37-42

]]>Comment on Triangular Numbers, Gaussian Integers and KenKen by Terrence Bisson
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2016/10/12/triangular-numbers-gaussian-integers-and-kenken/#comment-71
Wed, 12 Oct 2016 20:13:52 +0000https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=928#comment-71It was a nice talk. You demonstrated the use of number theory and logic in solving the game, and gave a good example of a variation of the game using arithmetic in the strange ring of Gaussian integers. Please include a reference to the paper that inspired your talk.
]]>Comment on Methods of Integration – Sandra Jezuit by luisi
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2013/04/10/methods-of-integration-sandra-jezuit/#comment-58
Fri, 10 May 2013 21:49:25 +0000http://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=520#comment-58Sandra’s talk was very interesting. It was great to see, not only the combination of several different courses, but the applications on the computer as well. I think it would be nice if more technology was integrated into some of our classes.
]]>Comment on February 27 by Shannon Wood by morland
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2013/02/25/math-talk-tomorrow-february-27-by-shannon-wood/#comment-51
Fri, 10 May 2013 21:44:27 +0000http://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=419#comment-51I was not aware of the condensation method for evaluating determinants. While it is a bit complicated, the creativity behind it is astounding.
]]>Comment on Municipal Bond Ratings by luisi
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2013/05/06/municipal-bond-ratings/#comment-70
Fri, 10 May 2013 21:40:51 +0000http://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=574#comment-70Sarah’s talk was done very well. I was familiar with a lot of the information because of taking Econometrics this semester. She gave great explanations of what I’ve already learned and explained probit analysis very well . It was interesting to see the results of testing real data through comparing the two different methods.
]]>Comment on February 27, 2013, Mary Floyd-Applications of Mathematics in Tuning Systems by morland
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2013/02/27/27feb13-mary-floyd-applications-of-mathematics-in-tuning-systems/#comment-54
Fri, 10 May 2013 17:33:59 +0000http://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=453#comment-54It was very interesting to see the mathematics behind the tuning of instruments. As someone who played an instrument for a few years, it was greatly relevant.
]]>Comment on Methods of Integration – Sandra Jezuit by morland
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2013/04/10/methods-of-integration-sandra-jezuit/#comment-57
Fri, 10 May 2013 16:45:22 +0000http://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=520#comment-57Loved Sandra’s talk, especially the portions from real analysis. If someone is talking about real analysis, then I am interested.

Also, the accuracy of some of the last approximation techniques are incredibly impressive.

]]>Comment on Algebraic Coding Theory – Jon Moreland (5/9/13) by morland
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2013/05/06/algebraic-coding-theory-jon-moreland-5913/#comment-69
Fri, 10 May 2013 16:41:20 +0000http://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=565#comment-69Easily the best talk ever given since the beginning of giving talks. 10/10 would sit through again.
]]>Comment on The Nature of Fractals by derose
https://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/2013/04/29/the-nature-of-fractals/#comment-68
Thu, 09 May 2013 16:51:08 +0000http://blogs.canisius.edu/mathblog/?p=553#comment-68I think that Corey’s talk was extremely well done. Not only was the topic fascinating, but he is an excellent presenter. You could tell that he knew exactly what he was talking about and was very knowledgeable on Fractals. I didn’t know much at all about what fractals even were, but it’s so awesome to see how they can be found all over the world and throughout nature. I was very impressed with this talk, well done!
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