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## September 24 th 2010 West Wallsend High School Visit

September 24 th 2010 West Wallsend High School Visit. Presentation by Jon Borwein, Director Centre for C omputer A ssisted R esearch M athematics and its A pplications. DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION AT http://carma.newcastle.edu.au/outreach/. Fractals Everywhere. Mandelbrot Set.

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## Probability

Probability. Pierre de Fermat (1601 - 1665). Blaise Pascal (1623 - 1662). Much of the original discussion was framed in terms of gambling, especially cards and dice. Experiment. Take a coin. Flip it five times. Record the outcomes (e.g., HHTTH). Outcomes. The possible outcomes are 5H

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## Binomial Distribution

Probability. Binomial Distribution. topics covered. factorial calculations combinations Pascal’s Triangle Bin omial Distribu tion tables vs ca lculator inverting success and failure mean and variance. factorial calculations. n ! reads as “ n factorial”

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## Faith and Reason

Faith and Reason. James A. Van Slyke Azusa Pacific University. Primary Question. Is Faith Reasonable? Can the standards of reason be applied to Faith? Reason Providing a rational justification for beliefs Explanation Evidence Logic Judgment. Blaise Pascal (1623-1662).

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## Blaise Pascal 1623 - 1662

Blaise Pascal 1623 - 1662. Father of Modern Calculators Pascal’s works in Mathimatics Pascal’s works in Physics Pascal’s works in Philosophy. Blaise Pascal 1623 - 1662. Born at Clerment-Ferrand in June 19, 1623. Mother died when Pascal was three years old.

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## 17th century of Mathematics

17th century of Mathematics. It is impossible to say with truth that this century or that is the greatest in development of any human interest, but it is entirely within the range of truth to assert that few if any century did so much for mathematicians as that one wich saw :

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## Philosophical Arguments about God and Religion

Philosophical Arguments about God and Religion. Bell Ringer…First things first…answer some questions. What does the word “God” mean to you? Do you believe in a God? If so, where does this belief come from? (If not, where does this belief come from?) What is the purpose of (a) God?

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