Jeremy Kun
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Primers, galleries of computer programs and math proofs, and more befitting "a place for elegant solutions." Kun, a mathematics PhD student at the University of Illinois in Chicago with a background in computer science, has also blogged since September, 2013, about learning math and the discipline's public (mis)perception: "Things mathematicians know but most people don't: proofs are what's beautiful"; "You never did math in high school"; "The Myth that Math is 'Solving for x'"; "Things mathematicians know but most people don't: dimension is malleable"; "Mathematical thinking doesn't look anything like mathematics"; "On the Social Value of 'Programming for All'”; and "What would math class look like if it were a fine art?"  


Levels:  High School (912), College, Research 
Languages:  English 
Resource Types:  Problems/Puzzles, WebBased Discussions, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) 
Math Topics:  Modern Algebra, Fourier Analysis/Wavelets, Discrete Math, Geometry, Number Theory, Topology, Computer Science 
Math Ed Topics:  Public Understanding of Math 
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