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Bev - CMU essay - Very few things in life are black and...

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Very few things in life are black and white. Math is one of them. In grade school, I was fascinated by the way numbers fit together so perfectly. The right answer is always right, and the wrong answer will always be wrong. The precise and definitive aspects of math appeal to me. As I have advanced in school and read more test questions that begin with the prompt, “Choose the best answer,” my appreciation for the absolute nature of math has only grown. I admit it. I am a math geek. The more complex and challenging the equation, the more intrigued I become. However, I also have a desire to pair this love of math with a practical application. I come from a long line of physicians. My father, two uncles, and a grandfather are all doctors. The medical field has always been a part of my life. I have watched my father’s commitment to his patients with admiration and respect. He intentionally brings his work home and uses it as a teaching tool to illustrate the complexities of life. Through his humility, I have learned about both the stresses and rewards of being deeply
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2010 for the course MATH 2070 taught by Professor Disalvo during the Fall '10 term at West Chester.

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