Monthly Archives: May 2020

Ambiguous notation for logarithms

The motivation for this post is to respond to some questions about a recent video presentation titled, “Why you haven’t caught Covid-19 [sic],” presented by Anne Marie Knott, a professor in the Washington University St. Louis Olin Business School. The … Continue reading

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Sliding rooks (and queens)

Introduction Jacob Brazeal describes the following interesting puzzle in a recent MAA article (see reference below): starting with four rooks in the four corner squares of a chessboard, as shown in the figure below, move the rooks into the four … Continue reading

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