Michael Fountaine

 

 


 

Michael is an undergraduate at Harvard, where he studies Mathematics. While teaching, he strives to promote abstract reasoning and intellectual curiosity. Previously, Michael worked on the Large Hadron Collider's ATLAS experiment, writing software for its detectors.




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Jul 1st 2016

Solve equations, draw graphs, and play with quadratics in this interactive course! We live in a world of numbers. You see them every day: on clocks, in the stock market, in sports, and all over the news. Algebra is all about figuring out the numbers you don't see.

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Jul 1st 2016

Measure angles, prove geometric theorems, and discover how to calculate areas and volumes in this interactive course! More than 2000 years ago, long before rockets were launched into orbit or explorers sailed around the globe, a Greek mathematician measured the size of the Earth using nothing more than a few facts about lines, angles, and circles.

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