Family Fridays at MoMath presented by Time Warner Cable: "Curb Summer Learning Loss with Chocolate"
Come take a bite out of summer learning loss and engage in chocolate-y math! Join Professor Tim Chartier, author of Math Bytes: Google Bombs, Chocolate-Covered Pi, and Other Cool Bits in Computing as he helps us make a mosaic, estimate the value of pi, and even easily perform some calculus. All you need is a handful of M&M's and some tips that get you mathematically ready for MOre MATH in this summer!
Davidson College's Dr. Tim Chartier is a popular presenter at MoMath, featured in the Math Encounters series and as the architect behind March MoMathness, a program on using math to predict outcomes in sports tournaments. Dr. Chartier is also an accomplished mathematical mime, having trained with Marcel Marceau.
This presentation is free to attendees, as part of Time Warner Cable's Connect a Million Minds campaign. Recommended for ages 12 and up. Time Warner Cable will be filming portions of Family Fridays: Curb Summer Learning Loss with Chocolate for a public service announcement they are creating for MoMath. Attendees will likely be filmed, although it is not guaranteed anyone will appear in the final video. There will be a special seating section for those who do not wish to be filmed. By sitting elsewhere at this presentation, you are agreeing to be filmed and to allow the National Museum of Mathematics and/or Time Warner Cable to use such footage for any purpose whatsoever.