Mean Green Math Likes Me
I’m embarrassed to be late writing about this. I can only plead that it’s been a busy month around my parts and I somehow haven’t got back on top of things. The Mean Green Math blog, though, has been so good as to highlight my Summer A To Z series. At the risk of being too self-involved, I’d like to point folks over to that, since John Quintanilla adds some comments about what those are about, or sometimes about his own experiences learning mathematics. And the blog’s quite interesting in its own right, and points to quite a few interesting mathematical or mathematics-education topics.
- Part 1, ansatz to error.
- Part 2, fallacy to jump discontinuity.
- Part 3, knot to orthogonal.
- Part 4, proper to tensor.
- Part 5, unbounded to z-transform.