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Wavelets, the Molecules and Atoms of the Mathematical Universe
Josip Derado, Kennesaw State University

Tuesday March 25  2:30pm  Q207

 

The Life of Pi: On the Life and Contributions of Ramanujan
Zhu Cao, SPSU Q202, 3:14 PM  Piday March 14

 

New Problems in Matrix Theory
Ulrica Wilson, Morehouse College/ICERM

Tuesday,  February 18   2:30 PM   Q207
Refreshments 2 PM Building D Second Floor

Sum-Product Inequalities
Albert Bush, Georgia Institute of Technology

Tuesday,  October 22  3 PM  Q207
Refreshments 2:30 PM Building D Second Floor

 

Periods of sequences given by linear recurrence relations mod p
Alan Koch

Tuesday,  September 17  3 PM  Q207
Refreshments 2:30 PM Building D Second Floor

 

Symmetry Groups and Temari Balls Plus
Carolyn Yackel

Tuesday, March 26 2013   4 PM Q207
Refreshments 3:30 PM Building D Second Floor

 

Steven Edwards

Give Me a Place To Stand, and I Will Make You Pi
Thursday March 14, 2013  3:14 PM Q202
In Celebration of Pi Day

 

 

Mathematical Music Theory
Monday, February 25 2013  4pm  Q206
Meet the speaker:
coffee & cookies 3:30pm 2nd floor D

 

Math 2253

MATH 2253 Calculus I
Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 1113 or Placement
by the Mathematics Assessment Test
4-0-4
A first course in Calculus. Limits, derivatives and integrals of
algebraic and trigonometric functions, tangent lines,
instantaneous rate of change, maxima, minima and graphing,
related rates, linear motion. Also included: definite integrals, area
between curves, moments, work, and volumes of rotation. No
student may receive credit for both MATH 2240 and MATH 2253.
This course is also taught as an eCore (online) course as MATH
1501.

Syllabus

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