Math for Everyone Series: Juggling Probabilities
From the right perspective, everything is mathematical – even juggling. In this talk, Greg Warrington from the University of Vermont will describe how juggling relates to traditional mathematical fields such as graph theory and look at what happens when a person starts juggling randomly. In doing so, she’ll illustrate how these mathematical underpinnings can be useful even accomplished jugglers. There will be numerous live demonstrations with the juggling of 0 to 7 objects.
For more information, please contact Lisa Driver at L.Driver@nd.edu or call 574-631-4178.