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NASA Celebrates Pi Day with Space Math Challenge

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NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is celebrating Pi Day (March 14) with a set of four math problems — featuring Martian craters, distant exoplanets, Saturn orbits and eclipses — to be understood with the number pi.

The mathematical constant pi — the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter — comes out to 3.14159… and so on. As such, the crucial constant is celebrated on March 14, or 3/14. For the fourth year in a row, NASA set up a series of math problems using pi to demonstrate the mathematical constant's importance to calculations to engineering and understanding space. Read more

5 successful CEOs who majored in math

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Abigail Hess- According to the Department of Education, students who study mathematics or science have the highest rates of employment.

In fact, the advantages of a degree in math are significant: According to the National Math and Science Initiative, STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) jobs are expected to grow 70 percent faster than overall employment during the next several years, and students that earn math degrees secure some of the highest-paying jobs. Read more

In Physics, Infinity Is Easy But Ten Is Hard

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Contributor - As previously mentioned, one of my classes this term is "modern physics," which begins with a couple of weeks of introductory relativity, then several weeks of introductory quantum physics, then a mad sprint through a few applications of these. I always make sure that this portion includes a bit on condensed matter/ solid state physics, as it's the largest single subfield of physics, and the one most likely to find application to practical problems. (Which is also why I bang on about it here so much...) Read more

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