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Facts & Figures
History
1815: Founded as k. k. polytechnisches Institut"
(being the first Univer
Research about technology in
mathematics education:
an evolution
Jean-baptiste Lagrange
Equipe de didactique des
mathmatiques, universit Paris 7
http:/jb.lagrange.free.fr/site
These themes are not independant. They differ by a specific entry into our
gene
James J Kaput Center for
Research and Innovation
in Mathematics Education
Established March 1st 2007
A new start for international collaboration on
foundational issues in mathematics education
Stephen Hegedus, Director, James J Kaput Center for Research
a
Observing systems how
do we see what we see?
Laurinda Brown
University of Bristol Graduate
School of Education
I KNOW
YOU BELIEVE YOU
UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU
THINK I SAID,
BUT I AM NOT SURE,
YOU REALISE, THAT
WHAT YOU HEARD,
IS NOT WHAT I MEANT
What takes you
Under the Microscope:
Science Resources in GALILEO
and the National Science Digital
Library.
What is GALILEO
Georgias Statewide Virtual Library provided by
the state to K12
Full of licensed content such as Encyclopedia
Britannica, EBSCO, and SIRS produc
RESEARCH IN
MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
ONTARIO 2005
Seminar in History and Philosophy of
Mathematics and Mathematics Education
Margaret Sinclair, February 4, 2005
Mathematics Education
Research
Who does it?
Why is it necessary?
What are the major areas of r
SRA Mathematics
Scoring Open-Ended Items
Office of State Assessments
NJ Department of Education
November 2006 (updated 8/07)
Timothy Giordano
Mathematics Coordinator
The vision of the mathematics standards is
focused on achieving one crucial goal:
To enab
Mathematics in Finance
Introduction to financial
markets
What to do with money?
spend it
car
gifts
holiday
.
invest it
savings book
bonds
shares
derivatives
real estate
.
I Savings book
Lending K, getting K(1+r) after a year
bank hopes to ea
Mathematics in Finance
Numerical solution of free
boundary problems: pricing of
American options
Wil Schilders (June 2, 2005)
Contents
American options
The obstacle problem
Discretisation methods
Matlab results
Recent insights and developments
1. American
Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: a
a) What is the established form of this series access point?
Applied mathematics series (Washington, D.C.)
Module 3: Exercise 1 Answers: b
b) What non-established forms are given as cross-references to it?
National Bureau
An Emerging Model:
Three-Tier Mathematics
Intervention Model
Special Education Research Project (SERP)-Mathematics:
Diane Pedrotty Bryant, Project Director
Brian R. Bryant, Assessment Director
This model is based on the 3-Tier Reading Model
Vaughn Gross C
THE MATHEMATICS OF NEWTONS
PRINCIPIA MATHEMATICA
George E. Smith
Philosophy Department
Tufts University
January 2010
With appreciation to
D. T. Whiteside
Niccol
Guicciardini Bruce
Pourciau Curtis
Wilson
1
A Treatise of the Method of Fluxions and Infinite
The golden fruits
In the country known as Hesperitis there were two brothers whose fame was known abroad,
Hesperos and Atlas. These brothers possessed flocks of sheep which excelled in beauty and
were in colour of a golden yellow, this being the reason wh
Assessing Pre-Service Secondary
School Teachers Mathematical
Knowledge for Teaching Algebra
Sharon Senk
Joan Ferrini-Mundy
Michigan State University
January 12, 2006
BACKGROUND
Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching
Mathematical
Education of Teachers
RAND
Mathematics Education (Primary/Junior)
(EDUC 4274)
Workshop 1: Course Outline, Mathematics Education Reform,
and Ontario Mathematics Curriculum
Location: Room H111, Nipissing University
North Bay, Ontario, Canada
Instructor: Daniel H. Jarvis, PhD
Email: d
WDML: THE WORLD
DIGITAL MATHEMATICS LIBRARY
The Evolution of Mathematical Communication in the Age of
Digital Libraries
IMA Workshop, December 8-9, 2006
Philippe Tondeur
Professor of Mathematics
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
THE GOAL of the W
WDML: THE WORLD
DIGITAL MATHEMATICS LIBRARY
The Evolution of Mathematical Communication in the Age of
Digital Libraries
IMA Workshop, December 8-9, 2006
Philippe Tondeur
Professor of Mathematics
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
THE GOAL of the W
DML-EU
Recent Progress in European Projects
for Digitising Mathematics
An Essential Contribution for the
Construction of the
Digital Mathematical Library DML
Bernd Wegner, TU Berlin
IATUL 2003, Ankara, June 2-5
DML-EU
Contents
Digital Mathematics Library
Graduate
Education in
Science and
Mathematics and
Engineering
Engineering
Presented by
WILLIAM O. MALITAO, EdD
Officer-In-Charge, Director III
Office of Programs and Standards
No.ofHEIsOfferingGraduate
No.ofHEIsOfferingGraduate
ProgramsinScience,Mathemati
The Graduate School Experience
for Women in Mathematics
National Information
Read Has the Women-in-Mathematics
Problem been Solved?
Allyn Jackson, Notices of the AMS, August 2004
Nebraskas Story
Before and After Data
The environment for women as des
Women and Mathematics
Jean E. Taylor
Visiting Scholar
Courant Institute of Math Sciences, NYU
math.rutgers.edu/~taylor
Pop quiz (now, 20 & 40 yrs ago)
1. a. What percentage of bachelors degrees in
math is now awarded to women (in U.S.)?
b. Same for Ph.D.
Last time: terminology reminder w
Simple graph
Vertex = node
Edge
Degree
Weight
Neighbours
Complete
Dual
Bipartite
Planar
Cycle
Tree
Path
Circuit
Components
Spanning Tree
edge
vertex
(node)
Vertex degree is 3
Spanning Trees
A spanning tree of a graph G is
Briefing on New Report:
Gender Differences at Critical
Transitions in the Careers of
Science, Engineering, and
Mathematics Faculty
June 2, 2009
Briefing Overview
Context of Study
Summary and
Findings of Report
Recommendations
Committee on Gender Differ
What does mathematics
contribute to bioinformatics?
contribute
Winfried Just
Department of Mathematics
Department
Ohio University
Ohio
A new microscope and a new
physics
physics
In 2004 PLoS Biology published a paper by Joel E. Cohen
Mathematics Is Biolog
Overview of Graduate CSE
Education in Europe
Lennart Edsberg
Numerical Analysis Department
CSC,KTH,Stockholm
Sweden
Contents
Example of a CSE program
development: KTH 1990-2009
Increasing diversity of CSE
programs in Europe:
specializations
Where in Eu
Initiatives in Mathematics
Education
Centres and Programs
Around the World
Project 2061
American Association for the Advancement of
Science
http:/www.project2061.org
Mission: To change the way educators and
members of the public think about the priorit
Hybrid CA-Systems: Coupling
Cellular Automata with
Artificial Neural Nets
Christina Stoica
www.cobasc.de
Institute for Computer Science and Business
Information Systems
University of Duisburg-Essen
Germany
Hybrid Systems
The nearly universal usability of
Stranded Capital in
Fisheries
Jim Wilen
Department of Agric. & Resource Economics
University of California, Davis
March 2007
Questions
What is stranded capital?
How has stranded capital been treated in other
policy settings?
What are the potential effects
Math 220, Differential Equations
Professor Charles S.C. Lin
Office: 528 SEO, Phone: 413-3741
Office Hours: MWF 2:00 p.m. & by
appointments
E-mail address: [email protected]
1
Teaching Assistant
Mr. Diego Dominici
Office: 607 SEO
Office Hours: ?
Phone: 996
Final Exam:
Time: 8:00 - 10:00 AM on Saturday, August 6th, 2016
Place: 243 Altgeld Hall
Sections: 1.1-1.3, 1.5, 1.6, 2.1-2.3, 2.5-2.8, 3.1-3.10, 4.1-4.7, 4.9, 5.1-5.5, 6.1-6.3
Your exam is two hours long. So make sure you prepare well and rest so that yo
Math 220 Worksheet 1
Summer 2016
Name:
Group:
1. Give an equation for the line through the points (2, 3) and (1, 2). Also, find an equation
for the line which is perpendicular to the first line and passes through the point (4, 5).
2. Let f (x) = x3 and g(
Mathematics 220
Homework #7
Due Mar. 7/8 in your section
There are 9 questions worth a total of 35.
1. 6 marks Let A = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4. Give an example of a relation on A that is
(a) reflexive and symmetric but not transitive
(b) reflexive and transitive
Math 220 (Section C1)
Quiz 1 (Solutions)
Summer 2016
1. (3 points) Given an acute angle for which sec () = 7, evaluate the following quantities.
General Answer. General Info: We have sec () = 7 =
hyp
7
=
and so:
1
adj
hyp = 7
adj = 1
opp = 72 12 = 48
a