The German capital naturally lends itself to the study of mathematics and culture. Several German mathematicians—including Leibniz, Euler, Weierstrass, and Kronecker—made important contributions to the development of calculus. The program will feature visits to Berlin museums providing an exploration of mathematics and mathematicians through the arts. The Neues Museum, Technikmuseum, Pergamon museum, Gemäldegalerie, and a visit to a contemporary art gallery in Kreuzberg round out the extended program. The core element of this program is MAT 141, Euclidean Geometry. The offering should appeal to students who enjoy learning about the history and discovery of geometry.
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