Tag Archives: abstract algebra

Last Two Weeks – Baiting

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https://www.mathworks.com/academia/student-competitions/mathworks-math-modeling-challenge.html

Since my last blog, I have been working on three different projects: Modeling the Future, Science Fair (Abstract Algebra), and M3 Challenge, another mathematical modeling competition. In this blog, I will talk about all three competitions I have been working on. For Abstract Algebra, I will also use part of my paper to talk about Lagrange’s Theorem. Continue reading

How I Redefine Addition – Baiting

Addition: https://www.tes.com/lessons/ZeGyGhKptzKMpA/addition

In my last blog, I talked about my plan for the semester, why I want to study abstract algebra, and some basic concepts involving mapping. In this blog, I will first provide some update on Modeling the Future, a team math competition we have been working on, and how I redefine addition in group theory. I will also talk about my plan for the science fair. Continue reading

Abstract Algebra: A NEW Start – Baiting

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In this blog, I would like to briefly review my Fall semester and share my plan for the Spring.

In the past four months, I worked on Differential Equations and its related topics. Through following the MIT Open Course Ware, I learned different methods to solve DEs and their implications in real life.

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