## Video links for STAT students.

Dear class, Not all YouTube math videos are created equal!! I will post links to the most useful ones here: Confidence Intervals: Introduction to confide...

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# Category: just mathematics

## Video links for STAT students.

## Summer courses almost over, "children's" books in the works.

## Of yarn and math.

## Almost Convergence.

## Almost Cauchy Sequence, unfinished business.

## A good starting point.

## Introducing the multi-zeta function!

## Play with the follium!

## Several series for powers of pi.

## Next step with the interesting difference from last night...

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Posts about mathematics.

Dear class, Not all YouTube math videos are created equal!! I will post links to the most useful ones here: Confidence Intervals: Introduction to confide...

This summer is one I will remember. I taught both differential equations and calculus II for the first time. Seeing these subjects from the instructors side has...

Yarn has been on my mind. It's on my mind because I love to knit, but also because of this post I read some weeks ago on the mathematics stack exchange. The aut...

The title of my last post "Almost Cauchy Sequence" made me wonder if "Almost Cauchy" was already defined in some formal sense. I could not find much on "Almost ...

I just remembered a question from beginning analysis that my professor mentioned in class: "Find a sequence that is not Cauchy, yet any consecutive terms will b...

Looking for a new area of mathematics to explore? If there is anything on this page that you have not studied, it might prove to be a good starting point. It is...

Contemplating: My friend, and fellow math blogger, Owen, tried to tell me I was dealing with the multi-zeta function the other day, but the very general definit...

I've discovered Wolfram Alpha's widget builder. It's very easy to make little searches that help focus your readers (or students) on certian topics in Wolfram's...

The Weierstrass factorization theorem gives us this identity: Take the left side: Thinking of this in a combinatorial way we can expand it. Each even power of q...

From last night's post: This difference is the generating function for partitions into distinct parts from the set . I think my next task is to graph the upper ...