Diane Crim

About Me

Math is your friend. Having just finished my 31st year of teaching (31 is a prime number) and launching into my 32nd year (32 is 25), I am motivated by the unique challenges and seek to find creative solutions and new ways to build our own individual understanding of mathematics. Using models to build a deep knowledge of the structure of mathematics is vital and can highlight the connections between big ideas. Transformational geometry and equation solving are my current mathematical inspirations, and I have been investigating the mathematical structure of crocheted hyperbolic pseudospheres. I believe that learning mathematics is key to building a better brain and a better world. You can tell interesting stories about the world using numbers (statistics). Mathematics is the language of science in a variety of ways and I believe that we can change the world by quantifying and analyzing what is happening all around us.

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