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Mathematics Awards Day Video

The Department of Mathematics missed seeing all of our award and scholarship winners.  In lieu of a face to face celebration we have put together this video to honor you, our outstanding students.
Thank you.

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June 5, 2020
Roger Cotes died of a violent fever at age 33 in Cambridge, England. Sir Isaac Newton, praising Cotes, said, "If he had lived, we might have known something." Cotes had published the second edition of Newton's Principia. More information about: Roger Cotes

June 5, 2020
The term 'radian' first appeared in print. James Thomson, brother of Lord Kelvin, used it in examination questions at Queen's College, Belfast. More information about: Radians James Thomson William Thomson (a.k.a. Lord Kelvin)

June 5, 2020
Transit of Venus over the Sun visible in much of the Western Hemisphere. The next pair of Transits of Venus will be December 11, 2117, and December 8, 2125. The June 5-6, 2012 Transit is the second of a pair whose first Transit occurred June 7-8, 2004. More information about: The Transit of Venus

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