Monthly Archives: September 2012

Dynamic Programming and Recursion

(Welcome to another harmless post in Conspiracy Thread Fridays.) Addition is recursion is expressed in the pair of right additive identities. y’ means successor. x+0 = x  (right zero identity) x+y’ = (x+y)’  (right successor identity) If one is unfamiliar … Continue reading

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Stuyvesant hardest school to claim Cherokee in Harvard admissions

Stuyvesant High School in New York was rated the hardest high school to claim you are Cherokee on your application to Harvard. Source: Elizabeth Warren College Prep

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Re Stuyvesant Students Describe the How and the Why of Cheating hen3ry New York NYT Pick There is cheating in science. It’s not inconsequential cheating either. It’s the sort of cheating that deprives others of grants, drives them out of the field, and keeps those who know of it from … Continue reading

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Doctors to administer college assessment at birth

Actually, America’s testing craze reaches kindergarten. Give me that old time testing, it’s good enough at birth. It is never too early to learn the Peano Axioms.    

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Parent tutoring in Peano Axioms

This is a tentative announcement of tutoring for parents.  The parents are tutored in the Peano Axioms so they can tutor their children in the Peano Axioms and proofs of the associative and commutative laws of addition.  Multiplication will be … Continue reading

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Base Point Test Point Calculus Limit in words 99 cents book

For a limited time, there is a promotion on a book on the definition of limits all in words. e-vendor.   This is a 30 page book on the definition of limit.  It is all in words, no symbols.  This … Continue reading

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Zen master Roshi turns 105 Denkyo Kyozan Joshu Sasaki Roshi, who arrived in Los Angeles 50 years ago, found a way to dress Buddhism in ‘American clothes.’ Zen master turns 105. So what does Zen tell us about math?  What is the Art of … Continue reading

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