Listed below are a few projects that faculty and students in the Mathematics department have developed.

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This document is a proof writing handbook for students written and edited by Priscilla Bremser and her Winter Term 2002 MA 091 students: **Kido Kidolezi '05**, **David Molk '04**, **Maurice Opara '04**, and **Dan Shea '04**.

This site contains materials to help teach a Chance course that introduces probability and statistics in the context of current news stories. Bill Peterson is one of the developers of the course. Bill and Jeanne Albert are co-editors of the Chance wiki. Click here for Jeanne and Bill's recent webinar about posting to the wiki.

**Integration Applet**

This applet computes the area under a given curve using a variety of integration methods. The applet was created by Paul Caprioli.

This document lists all integers N for n<40,001 and the corresponding value of s(N), where s(N) is the minimum number of cubes required to write N. The list resulted from a program written by **Anna Blasiak ‘07 **for **Stephanie Levine’s **thesis (fall 2008).

Video timeline created by

**Neil Baron '10**and

**Danny Crow '10**in Pete Schumer's History of Mathematics Class (MATH 261 - spring, 2010).