Category Archives: Mathematics

Story About Being Lost Overground

I have written a little story called ‘Lost Overground’ that could also be about geometry, courage, non-random-walks, cyclic activities, fate, gardening, or day-dreaming on a job. Perhaps it’s a technical report about a trivial incident, or a visualization problem for a student to solve. Is it an incredible tale? Make of it what you will.

FGB Program for Learning Group Theory

I came across this great web site today after working through some notes I had found on-line by Blake Stacey about Group Theory. FGB stands for Finite Group Behaviour and is a Windows 98 program. I have downloaded the program and associated documentation to try it. It looks very promising indeed as a learning aid. After checking it out I will register, as requested by sending my contact details to Dr. Keppelmann.
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