Japan has been well-known for its high achievement in Mathematics, particularly in the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). I had been in Japan for the past one year and had been studying their curriculum, observing classes, as well as reading elementary school textbooks (yes, I can read and understand Japanese a bit.) Since some of […]
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Peter Swan writes: The problem you allude to in the above reference and in your other papers on ethics is a broad and serious one. I and my students have attempted to replicate a number of top articles in the major finance journals. Either they cannot be replicated due to missing data or what might […]
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MIT’s magazine Technology Review has a neat section in the back called “Puzzle Corner.” The section always has clever problems, though I’ve never thought to share one with the kids until seeing the most recent issue. It was problem N/D #3 that caught my attention this week: Link to the November / December Puzzle Corner…
Apparently next january, on wednesday 21st, will be created a joint CNRS-IHÉS Laboratoire Alexander Grothendieck. That was fast! Several talks are being lined up, including one by Illusie titled “Remembering the SGA’S“. Registration is open until january 18th. Probably (and hopefully) all talks will then appear on the institute’s fine youtube channel.
Ik heb op mijn website een scriptje staan dat steeds 3 'willekeurig' gekozen plaatjes geeft. Het script kiest daarbij steeds 3 plaatjes uit een verzameling van 24. Soms komen dezelfde plaatjes voor in het drietal. Hoe groot moet je verzameling zijn als je wilt dat de kans op drie verschillende plaatjes groter of gelijk aan 0,95 is?Oplossing week 20