**An exploration of infinity as this math series, not being infinite, comes to an end***- The New York Times, *May 9, 2010

# Group Think→

/**Group theory, one of the most versatile parts of math, bridges the arts and sciences***- The New York Times, *May 2, 2010

# Chances Are→

/**The improbable thrills of probability theory***- The New York Times, *April 25, 2010

# It Slices, It Dices→

/**The integral, perhaps mathematics’ most graceful sign, is a foundation of calculus***- The New York Times, *April 18, 2010

# Change We Can Believe In→

/**Differential calculus can show you the best path from A to B, and Michael Jordan’s dunks can help explain why that is***- The New York Times, *April 11, 2010

# Take It to the Limit→

/**Archimedes recognized the power of the infinite, and in the process laid the groundwork for calculus***- The New York Times, *April 4, 2010

# Power Tools→

/**In math, the function of functions is to transform***- The New York Times, *March 28, 2010

# Think Globally→

/**Differential geometry can show us the shortest route between two points***- The New York Times, *March 21, 2010

# Square Dancing→

/**Geometry, intuition and the long road from Pythagoras to Einstein***- The New York Times, *March 14, 2010

# Finding Your Roots→

/**Complex numbers, a hybrid of the imaginary and the real, are the pinnacle of number systems***- The New York Times, *March 7, 2010

# The Joy of X→

/**The series moves on to high school math, specifically algebra and formulas***- The New York Times, *February 28, 2010

# Division and Its Discontents→

/**This week, division—where many students hit the mathematical wall—is made less confusing***- The New York Times, *February 21, 2010

Einstein's boyhood proof of the Pythagorean theorem foreshadows the scientist he later became.

- The New YorkerNovember 19, 2015