MA 27900, Fall 2018

Course Description

Credit Hours: 3.00. The course covers topics in combinatorics and probability applied to real life situations such as the paradoxa of democracy, weighted voting, fair division, apportionment, traveling salesmen, the mathematics of networks, Fibonacci numbers, golden ratio, growth patterns in nature, mathematics of money, symmetry, fractals, censuses and surveys, random sampling, sample spaces, permutations and uniform probability spaces. Typically offered Fall Spring.

Instructor Info.

Section Room Time Instructor Office
MA 27900 001 UNIV 117 9:00am TR Walther, Uli MATH 746

Course Materials

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