Although there are few things that press my buttons, I find that reading comment threads tends to unnerve me, due to a lot of contentiousness between certain commenters. And the word “kitchen” in a comment is probably one of those as well. Let me explain.
I realize that mathematics and graph theory enter my everyday life. In particular, it seems that I love to try to find Euler circuits when travelling. I’ll try to make this a simple explanation.
(Well, actually I won’t explain it. I’ll leave this post as EXTRA CREDIT for my Applied Math students… since I’m not teaching graph theory this semester.
Though I probably should have posted this yesterday for the anniversary of me going to my first NCAA finals event, I’ll do it today so as to make it an actual #TBT post. Here goes!
(Unfortunately, I have no photos, since this was during a time before I regularly had access to photography).
Thursday, December 14, 2006 NCAA Final Four Day
Last night, I drove over to Lake Geneva (a Long-40-Minutes drive from my apartment) and played in the Central States Regional bridge tournament. I played in the Open Side Series game, partnering with Mike J. Although we didn’t earn masterpoints, I still had a great time!
Tonight, I’m trying more of a multi-pronged set of activity versus what I did last night.
I have prepared the exams for my Applied Math classes, which took a little longer than I had anticipated, but I want to make sure that there aren’t any typos or transcription errors between the different versions.