Disclaimer: Some of the solutions discussed aren't exactly correct, but can be adapted to correct solutions.

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Disclaimer: Some of the solutions discussed aren't exactly correct, but can be adapted to correct solutions.

Email: hello@after-math.ca

**Social Media:**Twitter - @after_math_cast

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The conversation ranges from discovering college algebra, finding out about other math communities, arranging Pi Days at work and the dark sides of online life, all while dispelling myths about slide rules and log books.

Jennifer 'Jenna' Race is a future mathematician from White Bear Lake, MN. Her interest in math started early on but mental health and family issues interfered with her pursuing an education in math until her 30s. She currently studies at Century College as a first-generation nontraditional student. When she's not studying math or trying to change the world, she drinks coffee, eats Puerto Rican food, and watches Star Trek.

Jenna's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mrs_Meowmerz

Jenna's Blog Post: https://www.mathvalues.org/masterblog/m-is-the-loneliest-letter-in-stem-until-its-not

Email: hello@after-math.ca

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The conversation ranges from discovering college algebra, finding out about other math communities, arranging Pi Days at work and the dark sides of online life, all while dispelling myths about slide rules and log books.

Jennifer 'Jenna' Race is a future mathematician from White Bear Lake, MN. Her interest in math started early on but mental health and family issues interfered with her pursuing an education in math until her 30s. She currently studies at Century College as a first-generation nontraditional student. When she's not studying math or trying to change the world, she drinks coffee, eats Puerto Rican food, and watches Star Trek.

Jenna's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mrs_Meowmerz

Jenna's Blog Post: https://www.mathvalues.org/masterblog/m-is-the-loneliest-letter-in-stem-until-its-not

Email: hello@after-math.ca

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Although that might be true is certain professions, that can't be said for math.

To teach math, you have to know the material and know it well.

In this episode of After Math, co-hosts Sarah and Ifaz talk about teaching math with Vincent Chan, a researcher turned teacher who shares important math skills with his own children and others.

This is a great episode for Moms and Dads struggling to make math add up for their kids.**Guest Vincent Chan**

Vincent completed a Bachelor's of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo (2009), double majoring in pure mathematics and applied mathematics, before staying on to complete a Masters of Mathematics in pure math (2010), then went to UBC for his PhD (2014). He has taught at both UBC and U of C. Since then he's become a K-12 math teacher at Renert School. In his free time, he coaches students in competition math and has volunteered with the math outreach team at U of C. He's worked with extremely strong students in both Calgary and Edmonton to further their passion in math. In 2018, he was named one of the coaches for Team Canada in the International Math Olympiad held in Romania.

Renert School Website

Facebook account for Renert School https://www.facebook.com/renertschool

Some of Vincent's favourite math puzzles

**CONNECT WITH Sarah and Ifaz**Website: after-math.ca

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Although that might be true is certain professions, that can't be said for math.

To teach math, you have to know the material and know it well.

In this episode of After Math, co-hosts Sarah and Ifaz talk about teaching math with Vincent Chan, a researcher turned teacher who shares important math skills with his own children and others.

This is a great episode for Moms and Dads struggling to make math add up for their kids.**Guest Vincent Chan**

Vincent completed a Bachelor's of Mathematics from the University of Waterloo (2009), double majoring in pure mathematics and applied mathematics, before staying on to complete a Masters of Mathematics in pure math (2010), then went to UBC for his PhD (2014). He has taught at both UBC and U of C. Since then he's become a K-12 math teacher at Renert School. In his free time, he coaches students in competition math and has volunteered with the math outreach team at U of C. He's worked with extremely strong students in both Calgary and Edmonton to further their passion in math. In 2018, he was named one of the coaches for Team Canada in the International Math Olympiad held in Romania.

Renert School Website

Facebook account for Renert School https://www.facebook.com/renertschool

Some of Vincent's favourite math puzzles

**CONNECT WITH Sarah and Ifaz**Website: after-math.ca

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But the math we see in movies, is it really math? And is the math used in an entertaining way?

Sarah and Ifaz dig into several blockbuster movies and reveal their calculations

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But the math we see in movies, is it really math? And is the math used in an entertaining way?

Sarah and Ifaz dig into several blockbuster movies and reveal their calculations

Email: hello@after-math.ca

**Social Media:**Twitter - @after_math_cast

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Facebook @aftermathcast

A woman is a heartbeat away from the Oval Office.

Women run more Fortune 500 companies than anytime in history.

But there is still so much more to do.

In this episode of After Math, Co-Hosts Sarah and Ifaz look at math, careers that math leads to, and where the women are.

They found that not all the numbers add up.

Email: hello@after-math.ca

**Social Media:**Twitter - @after_math_cast

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A woman is a heartbeat away from the Oval Office.

Women run more Fortune 500 companies than anytime in history.

But there is still so much more to do.

In this episode of After Math, Co-Hosts Sarah and Ifaz look at math, careers that math leads to, and where the women are.

They found that not all the numbers add up.

Email: hello@after-math.ca

**Social Media:**Twitter - @after_math_cast

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The co-hosts of After Math are of East and South Asian backgrounds. Both can speak first hand to the stereotypes when it comes to math skills.

In this episode of After Math, Co-Hosts Ifaz and Sarah discuss the many misconceptions when it comes to Math skills, who has them, and the REAL reason that is.

Links to the above article:

Maclean’s, The enrolment controversy.

https://www.macleans.ca/news/canada/too-asian/

**CONNECT WITH Sarah and Ifaz**Website: after-math.ca

Email: hello@after-math.ca

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The co-hosts of After Math are of East and South Asian backgrounds. Both can speak first hand to the stereotypes when it comes to math skills.

In this episode of After Math, Co-Hosts Ifaz and Sarah discuss the many misconceptions when it comes to Math skills, who has them, and the REAL reason that is.

Links to the above article:

Maclean’s, The enrolment controversy.

https://www.macleans.ca/news/canada/too-asian/

**CONNECT WITH Sarah and Ifaz**Website: after-math.ca

Email: hello@after-math.ca

**Social Media:**Twitter - @after_math_cast

Instagram - @after_math_cast

Facebook @aftermathcast

What is Math?

For Ifaz, Math is the study of structures to reveal properties of themselves through creative and systematic application of logic.

For Sarah, Math is the language of the Universe, a way to understand how our World works and how things relate to each in a form we can both prove and appreciate.

How ironic the interpretation of what Math is – actually has more than one right answer.**CONNECT WITH Sarah and Ifaz**Website: after-math.ca

Email: hello@after-math.ca

**Social Media:**Twitter - @after_math_cast

Instagram - @after_math_cast

Facebook @aftermathcast

What is Math?

For Ifaz, Math is the study of structures to reveal properties of themselves through creative and systematic application of logic.

For Sarah, Math is the language of the Universe, a way to understand how our World works and how things relate to each in a form we can both prove and appreciate.

How ironic the interpretation of what Math is – actually has more than one right answer.**CONNECT WITH Sarah and Ifaz**Website: after-math.ca

Email: hello@after-math.ca

**Social Media:**Twitter - @after_math_cast

Instagram - @after_math_cast

Facebook @aftermathcast