Introducing the Factorial: the Exclamation Mark of Math August 8, 2012 by Mike DeHaan 3 Comments What is a factorial, and how is the exclamation point used in mathematics? Learn more about gamma functions and more. Pages: 1 2

Introducing Math Symbols for Union and Intersection July 26, 2012 by Mike DeHaan 2 Comments Understanding the symbols we use in complex math problems is the first step towards understanding the math problems before us. Pages: 1 2

One Non-Bayesian Approach to the Two Envelope Paradox July 19, 2012 by Mike DeHaan Leave a Comment The “Two Envelope Paradox” is an intriguing puzzle that some prefer to solve using the logic of Bayesian probability. Can we avoid Bayes with a classic solution or a realistic experiment? Pages: 1 2 3

A Brief Guide to the Euclidean Postulates Found in Euclid’s Elements July 4, 2012 by Mike DeHaan Leave a Comment Euclid’s axioms and postulates, intended to be self-evident, are sufficient to prove the many propositions he made in Elements. Pages: 1 2 3

Elements of Geometry: A Brief Guide to the Euclidean Axioms June 28, 2012 by Mike DeHaan Leave a Comment Euclidean geometry is based on Euclid’s axioms and postulates. What do the Euclidean axioms say, and why are they so important in math?