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“When will I ever use this?”

Featured Math Tidbit

Angel Problem

“The angel problem is a question in game theory proposed by John Horton Conway.[1] The game is commonly referred to as the Angels and Devils game. The game is played by two players called the angel and the devil. It is played on an infinite chessboard (or equivalently the points of a 2D lattice). The […]

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Government agencies and national laboratories

National laboratories hire students with strong mathematics backgrounds. Robert Berry is a mathematician who worked at Sandia National Labs on energy problems. Carol Meyers has a B.A. in mathematics and a Ph.D. in operations research. She works at Lawrence Livermore National Labs and has solved problems related to nuclear disarmament and emergency disaster preparedness. Emilie […]

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How to multiply large numbers faster!

Did you know there are several ways to multiply numbers? Mathematicians have found a faster way to multiply large numbers. Click here to learn more about their findings and the history of multiplication. Feel free to try it out next time you need to do some multiplication!