-the bank will compound 8% each and every month (ie 96% per year!)

-the bank means that 8% is the annual rate. Discuss periodic payment formula. If 100 is deposited into an account and left alone for 25 years, compounded monthly at 5%, how much do we have? Compare to 100 deposited every month into an account and left alone for 25 years, compounded monthly at 5%. Discuss solutions and calc keys. We'll do an exercise to show that the number of digits we use does matter! 100 is deposited each month for 25 years into an account compounding 5% monthly. What do we have at the end? The interest rate is .05/12=.004166666... Each group used a different number of digits (ie .004,.0041,.00416,...) and we compared the final answers.

-loan 84,212. What is the monthly payment?

-what if buy down the rate to 6.25%? What is the monthly payment?

-what is the monthly payment if we keep the rate at 6.75%, but instead take out a smaller loan of 82,212?

If I can afford to save $100 per month for a $50000 car, in an account compounding monthly at 8%, then how long will it take for me to save up?

web pages of powerpoint of Meredith C and Holly's presentation on Euclid

Picture of Anna explaining the witch of Agnesi curve

audio of Anna explaining the witch of Agnesi curve

web pages of Sabrina and Asheley's presentation on Sophie Germain

audio of Dr. Sarah explaining Euclid's 5th postulate, and the relationship to spherical and hyperbolic geometry

Becca and Liz's presentation on Ramanujan (Power point version - not html yet)

Pictures and audio from Liz's explanation of Cheybeychev's Thm

Mindy and Holly J's presentation on Erdos (Power point version -not html yet)

audio Explanation of Erdos' math

shortened video version of Erdos' math

picture of Sally and David C's interogation of Jacob with a flashlight in the prisoner's dilema

audio of Sally and David C's interogration of Jacob in the prisoner's dilema

audio of Sally and David C explaining the prisoner's dilema

picture of Brian and Tracy explaining topology using their playdoh

audio of Brian and Tracy explaining topology using their playdoh

David P and Rebecca handing out donuts

picture of Susie and Melissa playing Drums

Dr. Sarah's article on Kate Okikiolu and Carolyn Gordon's mathematics

web pages of Jacob and Jonathan's presentation

web page on Wavelet Image Compression - Beating the bandwidth bottlenec by Peter Schroder

picture of Lakita showing the effect of Wavelets on images

picture of Lakita drawing a wavelet on the board

audio of Sonya explaining the single bubble problem

picture the class blowing single bubbles, with Lauren in the background

picture of a double bubble blown in class, with Lauren in the background

audio of Lauren explaining the wall between two bubbles

audio of Lauren explaining the double bubble problem

web pages of Joel and Matt's presentation

Also see link to article under Carolyn Gordon