# Category Archives: Full Posts

## Thoughts on the Intersection of Math and Programming

I’ve been interested in the intersection between Math and Programming ever since I taught my first programming course 12 years ago (call it coding, CS, whatever you’d like). I think I’m finally starting to figure it out. Maybe. I was … Continue reading

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## 3d Representation of Dog Chase

Not what it sounds like. The four dog problem from Steve Strogatz: N dogs start in the corners of a regular N-gon. Each runs directly toward the dog on its left. How far do they run before colliding? — Steven … Continue reading

## Visualization of a Function Through Time

(This post demonstrates the math behind the creation of some unusual math art. I got the idea from this tumblr post which I don’t even think works like this. But it was the inspiration behind the pictures.) Take this function: f(x) … Continue reading

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The madeup language for creating 3d models came out a week ago for the kickstarter backers. There is more information about the computer programming language found at the kickstarter page. It’s been a lot of fun to play with but looking … Continue reading

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## BetterQs Blog

At TMC 2015 I attended a fantastic session by Rachel Kernodle that encouraged us to improve our questioning in class. I took this goal to heart, in fact, it ended up being my “One TMC15 Thing” that I’d like to … Continue reading

## Plots of the Exponential Function over the Complex Plane

I was inspired by this tumblr post, and this wikimedia page to make some pretty pictures of the exponential function over the complex plane. Go there to read in more detail how the images were created, including how the colors … Continue reading

## Tracking Venus and Earth over 8 years

I came about this tweet: https://twitter.com/SciencePorn/status/599718978307620864/ It reminded me strongly of the waning moon and linear mod art projects that I’ve been playing with. For instance, here’s a screenshot from the waning moon (specifically y = 56x) A quick intro: … Continue reading

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## Linear Modulus Art

I saw this fantastic webpage a couple of months back. Tons of fun. I took that idea and made a gif for my weird art Tumblr, Recursive Processing.   Here’s the processing.org code and the live (and smoother) version, and here’s the … Continue reading

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## The Mandelbrot Set Viewed through Precalculus

I’ve given this presentation in November 2014 at AMTNYS in Syracuse, and in April 2015 at NCTM in Boston. I’ll be giving the presentation in May 2015 at the NY Master Teacher Conference, and in July 2015 at Twitter Math … Continue reading

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