For three topics/problems , describe it, give an example, and solve it.

Pick 3 topics from the course and explore them a bit more deeply. They should be things that you personally find interesting and want to know more about. Try to do more than the scratching of the surface we've done in class, expand on things as much as you can. You can include ways that each concept is used in real life, or maybe a more mathematically intense application of the concept. Anything that meaningfully increases your understanding of a given concept and why it's important is valid.

Subject | Mathematics |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 05/03/2014 06:00 pm |

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