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Coin Flipping at Stanford
Junior Danny Hong just sent in this article:
Dear Mr. Seamon,
I sometimes go online and look up things like this week’s new technological discoveries and advances, interdisciplinary researches on futurism, or I simply go on TED or MIT Open Course and when I first saw this research by Stanford during the break, I couldn’t wait to share it to you!
The article, “DYNAMICAL BIAS IN THE COIN TOSS” can be read online right here.
Thanks for sharing Danny!
6 fascinating appearances of the Fibonacci numbers in nature
Math Team member Shirley Zhou just wrote in to share an article:
“I saw this article online and found it an interesting one. It talks about the six fascinating appearances of the Fibonacci numbers in nature. I think it will be an awesome post for our math team blog!”
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