Monthly Archives: February 2010

What’s in a name …

while a rose by any other name may smell as sweet, a mathematician might just be discriminated by his/her name. The perceived ability of a mathematician (as well as most academics) is by publications. There are two norms in listing … Continue reading

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wolfram alpha

I thought I would have written something about wolfram alpha when it was released but a search of the archives brought nought. I was reading an MAA magazine and found a new trick. You can actually find word subsets. Yes, … Continue reading

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