## Master of my Domain

Here’s another section for the mathematics textbook I’m not writing, Tropic of Calculus. One of the concepts pre-Calc students seem to wrestle with is Domain and Range. Here are some… Read more »

Here’s another section for the mathematics textbook I’m not writing, Tropic of Calculus. One of the concepts pre-Calc students seem to wrestle with is Domain and Range. Here are some… Read more »

Here’s a chapter section from the “math in the vernacular” textbook that I’m not writing, “Tropic of Calculus”. (Ed note: The previous section would have covered the definition of functions… Read more »

I’ve come to a realization over the last couple of weeks. Math, as most of us know it, from algebra through Calculus, isn’t really for mathematicians. It’s for engineers, physicists… Read more »

Lately, I’ve been thinking about atheism and faith. There seems to be a common sentiment that atheists don’t have faith, that they lack the ability to take something on faith…. Read more »

The school year is moving swiftly for me. We’re already a third of the way through Fall Quarter, and I thought I would give an update on my previous blog… Read more »

Recently, I was talking with a friend about math anxiety. I’ve always been a bit of a math geek. I was one of those kids who always took the “advanced”… Read more »

My nakedness is a sinusoidal function. Sorta. Every day, I start and finish the day with the same maximum value of nakedness. But the minimal values of nakedness each day… Read more »

Last weekend, I joined a group ride and ended up chatting with one of my fellow riders. It turns out she’s going back to school for a degree in Environmental… Read more »