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This weekend should be a very interesting and accessible lecture by Dr. Harold Reiter:

Exploding Dots is an alternative method for examining place value. We’ll look at some exotic methods of representing numbers and see a few applications. Some methods make use of antidots and some require black holes.

Dr. Reiter is a professor at the University of North Carolina.  Following are some of his many accomplishments:

  • Member of the College Board’s College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) Pre Calculus Mathematics Committee
  • Chair of the MAA’s Edith May Sliffe Award Committee.
  • Former chair of the MATHCOUNTS Question Writing Committee
  • Former member of AIME and USAMO committees
  • Former chair of SAT II Test Development Committee with ETS. advanced mathematics

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