Mark Krusemeyer

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In this column, the following books are reviewed: 1. Games and Mathematics: Subtle Connections, by David Wells. Reviewed by S. C. Coutinho. This is a (mostly non-technical) book that explores the mathematical nature of games. In addition, and more extensively, it discusses the game-like nature of mathematics through a variety of mathematical examples. 2.(More)
Without his guidance, this thesis would not have been possible, and I would have probably left Michigan after my second year. I consider myself very fortunate to have been able to learn how to use the circle method and pursue math research from Professor Wooley. I would also like to thank Donald Lewis for stepping in during my last year of graduate school(More)
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