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piHow many digits of Pi have you memorized?

Come to LR220 on the 2nd floor of the LRC on Monday, March 14 at 1:59pm and show off your memorization skills. Or just come to watch the fun.

Sign up at the Research Help Desk on the 2nd floor of the LRC if you want to compete.

Prizes (print cards donated by the College Store):

  • 1st Prize: $10 print card and a pie donated by the Math Department
  • 2nd Prize: $5 print card
  • 3rd Prize: $1 print card

You can get started by memorizing the first million digits.

Hope you don’t have a problem with that.

A set of math displays in the LRC lobby adds to your love of numbers.

Up a floor, in the Library, count on a quantity of math books on the second floor display shelves:

Math books: mathemtics minus fear; The universal book of mathematics; Mathematics 1001
No argument, you will value the range of math topics. Many books in the display relate to everyday functions.

Math is everywhere! 

Display of math books in the library

Math Day Activities in the Learning Resource Center.:

Math Month Activities and Presentations

April 9, 2014

9 – 9:30 amDosageMary JamesLRC Lobby
9:30 – 10 amMath and Musical RhythmRob KnableLRC Lobby
10 – 10:30 amMath and SoundMark WebsterLRC lobby or LR141
10:30 – 11 am 
11 – 11:30 amRadical GeometryDr. Deb BryantLRC lobby
11:30 am – 12 pmChalk SpirographGioia Fonda
12 – 12:30 pmDance + MusicTrinidad + RobOutside LRC
12:30 – 1 pmStatistics in 1850Mark HarbisonLRC 220
1 – 1:30 pm 
1:30 – 2 pm 
2 – 2:30 pmRoman NumeralsGabriella NuttallLRC Lobby
2:30 – 3 pmArt and MathJose DiGregorioOutside LRC