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Monthly Archives: February 2012

Math in the News: Fibonacci Sequence

It’s time for another edition of Math in the News.  This week’s post relates to the Fibonacci sequence of numbers. The Fibonacci sequence is a sequence of numbers starting with zero and one, where each subsequent number is the sum … Continue reading

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Social Media Roundup: 02/24/12

Last week, I shared our first Social Media Roundup of Facebook and Twitter links, and now it’s time for the next set of links for you to browse this weekend. Links from 2/18/12 – 2/24/12: – 10 Ways College Students … Continue reading

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Math in the News: Taxes

Last week I introduced a new section to the andYOU blog titled Math in the News.  In this new section, I’m going to be linking a story in the media to a math topic that is covered in our new … Continue reading

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Social Media Roundup: 02/17/12

We’re introducing another new series on the blog, a Social Media Roundup that will be posted each Friday. In each roundup, I’ll share social media links from our Facebook and Twitter streams from the current week. Links from 02/11/12 – … Continue reading

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The Higher Education Bubble, Part 2

Last week I posted part one of an info graphic series illustrating the higher education bubble. Part one illustrated how an economic bubble forms and compared higher education to the recent housing bubble.  If you haven’t seen part one, I … Continue reading

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Must-Have iPhone Apps for Students, Pt. 3

In case you missed my last two posts, check out Part 1 and Part 2 of must-have iPhone apps for students. To wrap up my series on must-have iPhone apps for students, here are five more apps that will add … Continue reading

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Math in the News: Fallacies

Let me introduce the newest section of the andYOU blog, Math in the News.  Math in the News was created to answer the ever present question of “when will I ever use math in real life?”  Each week we are … Continue reading

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The Higher Education Bubble, Pt. 1

Bubbles are only for gum and that weird soapy liquid you usually get at weddings, right?  That’s what I used to think too until I started learning about financial bubbles -think the recent housing bubble and the dot com burst- … Continue reading

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Must-Have iPhone Apps for Students, Pt. 2

Last week I posted about five of my favorite must-have iPhone apps for students, and this week I have a few more. Do you have any to add to the list?   Convert - The Unit Calculator ($2.99) It may be self-explanatory, … Continue reading

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