Anyone who’s been watching the Winter Olympics has probably seen at least one figure skating event. But did they think about math while they watched? Diana Cheng, an assistant professor of mathematics at Towson University, never stops. In fact, she uses figure skating to teach math to students from middle school through graduate level courses. […]
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