The following is NOT HOMEWORK unless you miss part or all of the class. See the Main Class Web Page for ALL homework and due dates.

1) Real-life rates homework for Tuesday

2) ASULearn Anonymous Class Data Collection

3) Stock market homework.

4) ASULearn Material Review Questions

Danica McKeller (1975 - ) by Danielle, Gabriela, Morgan, and Sarah

Magnetised Iron Bar

Terrence Tao (1975 - ) by Cody, Kerry, and Sean

Heart of Mathematics infinitely many primes, Arbitrarily Long Professions of Primes, Open Problems

cuneiform babylonian interest

Cuneiform Tablet

Plimpton Cuneiform 322 and interpreting data

usury interest Babylonian money

Usury is Piracy

Quotes on taxes.

Watch Homer get into tax trouble in Trouble with Trillions. Search for Homer's paycheck and then fill out a tax return together for Homer Simpson. Discuss advice for Homer based on the segment.

Discuss 142 years compounding monthly versus annually. Each student comes up with their own formula. Discuss what you would do if you had $1 million to spend in 24 hours and the ethics of spending. Real-life bank situation. Past student was told that her c.d. will be compounded monthly at 8% for 8 months, and is told that this 8% will apply each and every month. Let's say that she put in $1000. How much would her c.d. be worth at the end of 8 months?

What did the bank really mean? Discuss other possibilities for unknowns in the lump sum formula - the time length, the rate, or the number of times compounding per year, and set up the Simpsons thrifty saver account for Monday.

Leonardo DaVinci (1452-1519) by Katy, Meg, and Steve,

Perspective Mona Lisa, The Last Supper, Polyhedra, Vitruvian Man,

Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) by Elisabeth, Maggie, and Martha,

Worksheet and Statistical Presentations

Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920) by Lillian and Sommer,

Sum of Two Cubes and Ramanujan's contributions and prime numbers.

David Blackwell (1919 - ) by Cara, Dana, Donlee, and Kelly

Friend or Foe

Mary Ellen Rudin (1924 - ) by Andrew, Joel, and Lauren Lilley

Topology

John Nash (1928 - ) by Allison, Lauren Fabri, and Rachel,

Nash Equilibrium

Stephen Hawking (1942 - ) by Cat, Colleen, Deidra, and Sandi

Quote, Stephen Hawking's Universe

Karen Uhlenbeck (1942 - ) by Arden, Ginny Kirk, and Kayla,

Slope of a Line, Slope = 0 equation, the idea of calculus, Equations of Nature

Begin finance. How much money do you have with you?

Sketchpad - Straight Lines in Hyperbolic Geometry Image.

Discuss the sum of the angles in a triangle as well as the Pythagorean Theorem in Hyperbolic geometry via the hyperbolic worksheet. Discuss physical models of small pieces of hyperbolic space. Extra credit crochet model of hyperbolic geometry (for me to keep). Name history. Discuss the problems in Project 2