# Cedars Math:Handouts

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Click here to go back to the Cedars Math front page. You will find the directory with all these handouts and more at https://www.rasmusen.org/special/Cedars_School.

## Contents

## General Skills

### Python Coding

- Handout: "Python Commands"--learning basic commands.

- Handout: "Python Basics", an easy problem set.

- Handout: "Fibonacci Coding", with diagram plotting

- I've written up a handout of some Python code for testing divisibility by 2,3,5, and 7.

- The Python code by Professor Connell to test the Polya Conjecture.

### Miscellaneous

- "When Everyone Is Somebody Then No One's Anybody" lyrics and performance video

- Handout on writing emails

- CLT tests: Fall 2018 questions and Fall 2018 answers and Spring 2021 questions.

## Mathematics

### Miscellaneous

### Using LaTeX to Write Equations and Symbols

### Proofs

- The "All Odd Numbers Are Prime" joke and the joke script and the Python code by Professor Connell to test the Polya Conjecture.

- Proofs without Words of three infinite sums.

## Chapter 1: Integers

- The "All Odd Numbers Are Prime" joke and the joke script and the Python code by Professor Connell to test the Polya Conjecture.

- [1] Defining New Kinds of Exponents]

## Chapters 2 and 3: Fractions

- The Feynman Point, Wikipedia article on 999999 in pi.

- "Mathematical Coincidence," Wikipedia article.

## Chapters 4, 5, and 6: Rates, Proportions, and Percentages

- "Why 0.999 . . . Equals 1.000 . . .," Eric Rasmusen, Ras-Stack Substack (November 28, 2022).

## Chapter 8, Geometry

- Prefaces to Euclid's Elements in the first English translation (1570).

- Shooting the Bird from the Mahabharata.

## Chapter 9, Algebra