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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Book Review: Solving Mathematical Problems By Terence Tao
While on my vacation to Ireland, I brought along a book called "Solving Mathematical Problems: A Personal Perspective" by Terence Tao. The book was written when Tao was a 15 year old mathematics prodigy competing in international mathematics competitions. Today at … Continue reading
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Quote of the Day Being president is like running a cemetery -- you've got a lot of people under you and nobody's listening. - Bill Clinton Introduction I have taken a break from blogging to do some traveling. You may … Continue reading
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