MTH 482 Great Theorems of Mathematics (3) MPC

Students encounter original works of some of the world’s greatest mathematicians. Examples of such notable achievements as the geometry of Euclid, the calculus of Newton, or the number theory of Gauss studied, along with biographical sketches and historical background summaries. Each student ‘adopts’ a mathematician and completes an individual project related to that person’s mathematical work.

Prerequisite: at least one of MTH 411, 421, or 441.

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