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I'm a staff member at the Princeton Learning Cooperative.

I co-author Math Munch, a weekly digest of the mathematical internet.


Dec
14
answered Good Pre-Calculus book?
Sep
10
comment Organizing types of functions by their calculus-related properties, in diagram form?
This is really nice, Marius. These are interesting categories, and I like how the introduction gives examples of functions that lie in the different regions. Thanks for your answer! Also: are there any categories that you could think to add?
Sep
10
accepted Organizing types of functions by their calculus-related properties, in diagram form?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Dec
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
1
awarded  Commentator
Jul
1
comment Origins of the Twin Prime Conjecture
@Amzoti Thanks for the MathOverflow link!
Jul
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comment Origins of the Twin Prime Conjecture
The Dartmouth paper by Klyve in turn cites de Polignac's original paper of 1849. Since Klyve's paper is his dissertation and it's about twin primes, I'm sure he did an extensive literature before he made the claim that "The first mention of twin primes in the literature appears in de Polignac’s paper of 1849". As an additional reference, there's this page about de Polignac's conjecture at MathWorld: mathworld.wolfram.com/dePolignacsConjecture.html
Jul
1
comment Origins of the Twin Prime Conjecture
@Amzoti I did. Searching through it more closely now, I see a reference to de Polignac: "The first mention of twin primes in the literature appears in de Polignac’s paper of 1849, in which he speculates about the distribution of primes." I've pulled up the reference that's cited, which you can find here: libarchive.dartmouth.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/dcdis/id/…
Jul
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asked Origins of the Twin Prime Conjecture
Jul
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
1
answered Is there any new improvement in the proof or disproof of the twin prime conjucture?
Jun
30
asked Anecdote about mathematicians leaping to tops of problems and then building a staircase down?
Jun
30
awarded  Informed
Jun
4
comment Name of this “cut 'n slide” fractal?
Awesome! Thanks! I look forward to sharing the video and some information about the twindragon in an upcoming post on Math Munch.
Jun
4
accepted Name of this “cut 'n slide” fractal?
Jun
4
asked Name of this “cut 'n slide” fractal?
Apr
29
comment Photograph of Marjorie Rice
That's a great find, and it was a good option for me to have for my presentation. Ultimately I went with something else, but thanks for sharing it!
Apr
29
comment Photograph of Marjorie Rice
That video is awesome! Thanks for sharing it. I ended up grabbing a snapshot from it for my presentation--it was high res enough for my purposes. And I look forward to sharing the video with my students!
Apr
29
accepted Photograph of Marjorie Rice