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  1. Advent of Code: Day 4
  2. Advent of Code: Day 3
  3. Advent of Code: Day 2
  4. Advent of Code: Day 1
  5. A Jupyter Notebook from a SageMath tutorial
  6. Having no internet for four half weeks isn’t necessarily all bad
  7. A Short Note on Gaps Between Powers of Consecutive Primes
  8. Sage Days 87 Demo: Interfacing between sage and the LMFDB
  9. “Second Moments in the Generalized Gauss Circle Problem” (with T. Hulse, C. Ieong Kuan, and A. Walker)
  10. How fat would we have to get to balance carbon emissions?
  11. Slides from a Dissertation Defense
  12. Experimenting with latex2html5: PSTricks to HTML interactivity
  13. Slides from a Talk at the Dartmouth Number Theory Seminar
  14. Smooth Sums to Sharp Sums 1
  15. About 2017
  16. Revealing zero in fully homomorphic encryption is a Bad Thing
  17. My Teaching
  18. Programming Masthead
  19. Math 100 Fall 2016: Concluding Remarks
  20. Computing pi with tools from Calculus
  21. Series Convergence Tests with Prototypical Examples
  22. A Notebook Preparing for a Talk at Quebec-Maine
  23. Math 100: Completing the partial fractions example from class
  24. “On Functions Whose Mean Value Abscissas are Midpoints, with Connections to Harmonic Functions” (with Paul Carter)
  25. Paper: Sign Changes of Coefficients and Sums of Coefficients of Cusp Forms
  26. Math 42 Spring 2016 Student Showcase
  27. Math 42: Concluding Remarks
  28. Math 420: Supplement on Gaussian Integers II
  29. Math 420: Supplement on Gaussian Integers
  30. A Brief Notebook on Cryptography
  31. Motivating a Change of Variables in $\int \log x / (x^2 + ax + b) dx$
  32. Math 420: Second Week Homework
  33. Math 420: First Week Homework and References
  34. Paper:Short-Interval Averages of Sums of Fourier Coefficients of Cusp Forms
  35. Paper: The Second Moments of Sums of Fourier Coefficients of Cusp Forms
  36. Estimating the number of squarefree integers up to $X$
  37. Some Statistics on the Growth of Math.SE
  38. One cute integral served two ways
  39. The Gamma Function, Beta Function, and Duplication Formula
  40. Notes from a talk on the Mean Value Theorem
  41. Mathematics Category Archive
  42. Three Conundrums on Infinity
  43. Continuity of the Mean Value
  44. Review of How Not to Be Wrong by Jordan Ellenberg
  45. Another proof of Wilson’s Theorem
  46. Trigonometric and related substitutions in integrals
  47. A bit more about partial fraction decomposition
  48. Functional Equations for L-Functions arising from Modular Forms
  49. A response to FtYoU’s question on Reddit
  50. Friendly Introduction to Sieves with a Look Towards Progress on the Twin Primes Conjecture
  51. Math 100 Fall 2013: Concluding Remarks
  52. Response to bnelo12’s question on Reddit (or the Internet storm on $1 + 2 + \ldots = -1/12$)
  53. An Intuitive Overview of Taylor Series
  54. Response to fattybake’s question on Reddit
  55. Math 100: Before second midterm
  56. Comments vs documentation in python
  57. Programming
  58. Math 100: Week 4
  59. Math 100: Week 3 and pre-midterm
  60. Happy Birthday to The Science Guy
  61. An intuitive introduction to calculus
  62. Twenty Mathematicians, Two Hard Problems, One Week, IdeaLab2013
  63. Chinese Remainder Theorem (SummerNT)
  64. Notes on the first week (SummerNT)
  65. A proof from the first sheet (SummerNT)
  66. Recent developments in Twin Primes, Goldbach, and Open Access
  67. Calculations with a Gauss-type Sum
  68. A Book Review of Count Down: The Race for Beautiful Solutions at the IMO
  69. Hurwitz Zeta is a sum of Dirichlet L Functions, and vice-versa
  70. Math journals and the fight over open access
  71. Are the calculus MOOCs any good: After week 1
  72. Are the calculus MOOCs any good?
  73. Math 90: Concluding Remarks
  74. Math 90: Week 11 and Midterm Solutions
  75. An Application of Mobius Inversion to Certain Asymptotics I
  76. Math 90: Week 10
  77. Math 90: Week 8 Quiz
  78. Math 90: Week 8
  79. Math 90: Week 7
  80. Math 90: Week 5
  81. Math 90: Week 4
  82. Math 90: Week 3
  83. Math 90: Week 2
  84. Math 90: Week 1
  85. The danger of confusing cosets and numbers
  86. An elementary proof of when 2 is a quadratic residue
  87. Dancing ones PhD
  88. Precalculus Supplement: Synthetic Division
  89. A MSE Collection: Topology Book References
  90. Three number theory bits: One elementary, the 3-Goldbach, and the ABC conjecture
  91. A MSE Collection: A list of basic integrals
  92. A pigeon for every hole, and then one (sort of)
  93. From the Exchange: Is it unheard of to like math but hate proofs?
  94. Back to Work
  95. Education Musings
  96. Tiontobl: A combinatorial game
  97. Mapping Class Groups
  98. Ghostwritten Word
  99. Not so Nobel today
  100. Points under Parabola
  101. Finding the Number of Lattice Points Under a Quadratic
  102. Two short problems
  103. Page update
  104. A new toy problem
  105. Reading Math
  106. A month, you say?
  107. Fermat Factorization II
  108. From the Exchange
  109. Factoring III
  110. Prime rich and prime poor
  111. Factoring II
  112. Giving Journals
  113. Back and Forum-ing: Beating a dead horse
  114. The Collatz Conjecture – recent development?
  115. Visiting Gaussian Quadrature
  116. Factoring I
  117. Daily Math in Zagreb
  118. Integration by Parts
  119. Dead Week / Finals Week
  120. Khan an effective supplement/ Survey.
  121. Towards an Expression for pi II
  122. Towards an Expression for Pi
  123. 2401: Additional Examples for Test 3
  124. Slow factoring algorithm II
  125. Blue Eyes and Brown Eyes
  126. An even later pi day post
  127. An interesting (slow) factoring algorithm
  128. Math subject organization
  129. Perfect Partitions II
  130. A Bag’s Journey in Search of its Owner
  131. Perfect Partitions
  132. Mathematical ‘Urban Legends’
  133. About 3 weeks behind:
  134. A Question on Stoplights
  135. A late pi day post
  136. Containers of Water II
  137. 2401: Missing recitation
  138. Containers of Water: Maybe an interesting question.
  139. Test Solution
  140. Pizza
  141. Fun Limit
  142. Math – dealing with sin (and cos) every day.