- Any method, analytical or numerical, can be used, including but not limited to algebra, geometry, calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, probability, statistics, computer simulations, experiment, etc.
- All solutions need to include detailed reasoning and explanations.
- Partial solutions are welcome!
- A well-documented failed approach with a clear explanation of why the method does not work will be valued as much as a complete solution!
- Any undergraduate students who submitted top and/or creative solutions will be recognized on the Applied Mathematics Department website. They will be entered into a drawing for an Amazon gift card of $50.
- All undergraduate students who have submitted solutions will be entered into a second drawing for another Amazon gift card of $25.
- On Friday, November 19 (3:30pm-4:30pm, COB2 170), noteworthy solutions will be presented and the lucky winners will be decided. There will be a follow-up email about this meeting. Stay tuned.
- Please contact Prof. Lei, Yue (email@example.com) and/or Prof. Changho Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions.
$50 Amazon Gift Card
|Submitters of Noteworthy Solutions
||Salaheldin Hegab, Edward Lu, Ryan Milstrey (undergraduate)
Valentin Dallerit, Tucker Hartland (graduate students)