







Demonstration of Goals


Emma
My section of the website on John Nash and on Game Theory satisfies the goals of exploring mathematical concepts
in a more openended fashion, building bridges from mathematics to other topics, and working with others in a responsible
and harmonious fashion. It covers information on Nash’s life, introduces us to his Nash Equilibrium, and discusses some
of the applications and examples of game theory. The game theory discussed is not, however, limited to the ideas of Nash.
Vivien
For
my component of the website, there are explanations on the four probability properties, Pascal’s Wager,
and the Bernoulli Trials. This project allows for exploring mathematical concepts in a more openended fashion, building bridges
from mathematics to other topics, becoming more selfaware and reflective about learning, learning from mistakes, and
working with others in a responsible and harmonious fashion. There are examples of the mathematicians' works and its relation
to modern society, as well as biographies about Pascal and Bernoulli.
Dhiviya
This piece should satisfy
4) Learning from your mistakes
5) Work with others in a responsible and harmonious fashion
I did the sections called Probability Laws, Chance Games and Math in
Music with Vivien. Building this website was completely new to me and it took some time to learn how to upload the songs and
how to format parts of the site. I made mistakes like not having the proper letters bolded or having letters too small, so
this was a good learning experience for me. I think we also really worked well together to make the website better. Even when
Emma had to leave a week earlier, she made sure she sent us all of her information and trusted us to put up her sections.
Then Vivien and I formatted, added everything else and the result is this functioning website on probability, game theory,
chance games and more.











math is fun!






