May 22, 2020
Mathematical law governs just about everything in your daily life, whether you realize it or not. Alex’s guest today is Dr. Monica Geist. Dr. Geist has a Bachelor’s in Applied Mathematics from CSU, a Masters in Applied Mathematics from CU-Denver, and a Ph.D. in Applied Statistics and Research Methods from UNC. To make a long story short, she is made of math. Dr. Geist and Alex have known each other for some years, as her husband took on the difficult task of tutoring Alex in mathematics during his time at ASU and now serves as his IT consultant. Unless you are Will Hunting, this one might blow your mind!
In this episode, Alex and Monica talk about…
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Difficult Story Problems:
Q: Why was the mathematician late to work?
A: He took the rhombus.
Q: What did the mathematician say when she lost her protractor?
A: Where’s my protractor?
Q: Why was the fraction apprehensive about marrying the decimal?
A: Because he would have to convert.
Q: Why do plants hate math?
A: It gives them square roots.
Q: Why was the math book depressed?
A: It had a lot of problems.
Monica Geist Ph.D.: Monica.Geist@frontrange.edu
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