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  • Register to join a tutoring session:
    • Name
    • Texas State email address
    • Math class
  • You will immediately receive a link to a Zoom session where you will be met by a host tutor and assigned to a private study room.
  • When you have a question, or need the assistance of a tutor, 'Ask for Help' button located at the bottom of your screen on the Zoom menu bar and a tutor will join you.
    • Response time varies depending on tutor availability and number of clients but we will be with you as soon as possible.

The Math Department is still having events!

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July 14, 2020
Bastille Day celebrates the 1789 storming of the Bastille Prison in Paris, France, and the start of the French Revolution. The Revolution ushered in many reforms including the metric system in 1791 and that hotbed of 19th century mathematics, the Ecole Polytechnique, in 1794. More information about: Ecole Polytechnique

July 14, 2020
Tape measure patented. Alvin J. Fellows of New Haven, Connecticut, received patent no. 79,965 for the first tape measure. The tape measure was enclosed in a circular base with a spring lock to hold the tape at any desired point. More information about: Tape Measure and its Patent

July 14, 2020
Richard von Mises died in Boston, Massachusetts. Born in Austria, the applied mathematician worked in Germany, Turkey, and the U.S. More information about: Richard von Mises

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