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When Math is Mushy and Soft in Real Life

Math handed me undiluted friendship; boring ways to make money and more. Pristine and murky are passé for Math.

Full disclosure: I don’t have a Ph. D.

Math and Friendship

Once upon a time, I had the privilege of sitting across a gentleman with a freshly minted Ph. D.

That was my first opportunity to lead a team. I was doing interviews to make my first hire. It became crystal clear that I was sitting…

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Reimagining the learning and teaching of mathematics

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Karthik Rajan

Karthik Rajan

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