Monthly Archives: November 2010

Statistics and student behaviour 1

I have a couple of statistics that I compiled this year for my 400 student course on linear algebra. Submitting in class worksheets. I set 10 worksheets over the the semester and distributed them to students during lectures to be … Continue reading

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Braess’s Paradox

Driving to work is never a fuss-free affair. Even at 7.30 in the morning, the expressway that I use is packed with cars. The problem with traffic flow is people do not drive at uniform speeds. Suppose there is a … Continue reading

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