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Lutheran minister and mathematician Michael Stifel predicted that the world would end this day in 1533 (it didn't). Stifel gave us methods for solving quadratics (pictured), exponent laws, juxtaposition for multiplication, and early logarithms.

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The math club construction project supplies have arrived!
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Today Math 301 was invaded by the zombie artist from code.org. Everyone made it out OK (almost).
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Math 301 took the One Hour of Code challenge this morning (ok, 50 minutes). Later this week will likely be One More Hour of Code.
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In the corner of Sheldon's white board this week was Kurt Gödel's ontological argument for the existence of God.
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On Wednesday, Math 201 solved word problems with strip diagrams. Don't worry, we didn't have any problems dealing with 60 cantaloupes. But we did have 2000 stickers, 200 curry puffs, and 3 kg of prawns.
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Here is Leah erasing a blank white board...because she is like that.
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