ex dx = ex + C Help!Among the many valuable resources available to students at Jesuit, the math lab may be one of the most unique and beneficial tools that, when taken advantage of, guarantees a significant boost along the path of absorbing and comprehending content from any mathematical subject you may be currently learning. The Jesuit Math Lab is...

Have you ever wondered just how perfect you are? Many students found out on November 23, "Fibonacci Day." Jesuit students could participate in a variety of activities pertaining to Leonardo Pisano's sequence of numbers.The event was organized by Mu Alpha Theta, Jesuit's math club, commemorating Pisano's sequence of numbers on 11/23 because those are its first 4 terms in the sequence. "The...

Infinite series, binomial coefficients, n-simplex numbers. Confused yet? Don’t worry; I’m as lost as you are. These are just a few of the magnificently complex mathematical subjects that fascinate Jesuit senior Alonso Espinosa-Dominguez 16’. In fact, Alonso’s unqualified love of mathematics has inspired him to give a series of math-based lectures through the Mu Alpha Theta Club.Throughout this year,...

Jesuit is a place of intellectual growth. While some people enter their freshman year disliking math, many come to enjoy it by senior year. Moving from algebra 1 and in some cases all the way up to calculus, the Jesuit graduate will see a wide variety of math in his four years. Although many consider math to be confined...

During each period of the day, students file into Hughes Hall, the lecture hall, or the Terry Center, anticipating what kind of presentation they will see next. With the variety of Pi Day presentations, each with their own distinct topic and personality, students never know what to expect. On March 6th, 2015, students and faculty were given the opportunity to learn...

Statistics is everywhere; we just don’t always make an effort to recognize it. Here at Jesuit, the faculty and staff make sure to show their students how statistics in the classroom translates to real world applications.On September 25th-28th, the Jesuit Statistics course took a trip to the Goshute Mountains, about twenty-three miles south of Wendover, Nevada. There, Mrs. Mattacchione and...

Why is math important? It’s a question many students, trudging through the arduous task of learning math, have asked themselves. Upon further thought, one would dismiss the question as shortsighted, but when one adds profession into the mix, the question becomes “Why is math important to me if I want to study English?” The question changes into a somewhat...

Students fill Hughes Hall and sit shoulder to shoulder on the rustic brown steps as they listen to one of the many Pi Day presentations. On the day before Spring Break, Friday, March 7, Jesuit students experienced a Pi day that was very different from the expected all day event in the Terry Center.This year, in contrast to previous years,...