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New Meetup: July Math Meetup Reignited

From: Daphne G.
Sent on: Saturday, June 19, 2010 4:16 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Washington Math Meetup Group!

What: July Math Meetup Reignited

When: Saturday, July 10,[masked]:00 AM

Reiter's Books
1900 G Street NW
Washington , DC 20006

Thanks to the suggestion of member Umar Khan, I would like to restart the Washington Math Meetup at Reiter's books. We can start with general talk and suggestions. We have a comfortable cafe area within our bookstore, but since it is closed on the weekends we can use the space to meet. We would be happy to provide refreshments.

As suggested by Umar:

"I suggest we get coffee and meet each other; we can talk about our interest in math and what we would like to see happen with this group...maybe we can come with select problems from different areas (geometry, diffeq, calculus, etc) to address for the next meetup. Our meetings could consist of solving problems we bring to the table. Kudos and mock prizes go to the most creative or original solutions. Then, just looking ahead here...we can all read a book like "The Man who Knew Infinity" or "Symmetry: A Journey into the Patterns of Nature" or "The Equation that couldn't be Solved" (all good reads, by the way) and discuss those for other meetups where we don't discuss problems but books on math or related fields (pun intended). If you like this idea, let's make it official and meet"

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