New Discoveries in Math

New Discoveries

Many people think that there is nothing new in the field of mathematics, that we have figured everything out.  However, this couldn’t be further from the truth, as new discoveries are being made on almost a daily basis.  The applications and possibilities are endless.  Here we are including an explanation for a few of the more exciting of these discoveries. We hope you enjoy reading through these!

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"A major in mathematics certainly can take you to medical school. Both the skills and logical thinking that mathematics instills will be useful throughout a future in medicine."

— Danielle Silverman

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http://www.swarthmore.edu/NatSci/math_stat/AMS/danielle_silverman.html

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I talk to a lot of people who think that math is just a string of formulas, equations, and rules that someone just made up.   They think that if you want to be good at math, you should memorize all the formulas and follow all the rules, just the way the teacher tells you, and then you get an “A.”   Boring!  No wonder so many people ask, “When will I ever use this math?”

Luckily math is not just about memorizing formulas and rules....

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