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SUMMARY:How many different ways can you prove that there are infinitely many primes?
DESCRIPTION:\n Christian Millichap\n\n\n Asst. Professor of Mathematics\n\n\n Linfield College\n\n\n \;\n\n\n We have known there are infinitely many primes since Euclid first gave a proof back in 300 B.C. Since then\, many other proofs have been developed using a variety of mathematical tools: algebraic number theory\, analytic number theory\, calculus\, and even topology. In this talk\, we shall go over three different proofs: Euclid's original proof (and dive a little deeper into what his proof says)\, Euler's proof which uses some fundamental ideas from calculus\, and Furstenberg's point-set topology proof.\n\n\n This talk does not require any background in number theory or point-set topology.\n
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LOCATION:J.R. Howard 101
SUMMARY:Fulbright Student Workshop
DESCRIPTION:\n Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs\, The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers fellowships abroad for one academic year to graduating college seniors\, graduate students\, young professionals\, scientists and artists. \;\n\n\n Program participants pursue graduate or professional study\, advanced research\, or English teaching in elementary and secondary schools or universities.\n\n\n Lee Rivers\, Assistant Manager of Outreach for the Institute of International Education (IIE) invites all undergraduate and graduate students interested in learning more about the Fulbright Program to attend his presentation.\n\n\n For more information contact: Jane Hunter (Professor of History) or Adonica DeVault (Career Center)\n
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