Marc Wantuch

 Marc Wantuch received a B.A. in Mathematics from Adelphi in 1970. He was immediately sent back to high school where he taught for about 25 years, despite earning an M.S. somewhere along the way. Having no children of his own, he helped raise an estimated 8,000 – that’s 8 x 103 – teenagers. Marc was also a computer programmer-analyst for AT&T (the original one) and has taught professional and college courses (and also skiing and horseback riding).

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Some Simple Math Delights for the Sophisticated Mind

Content will be a “tasting menu”, a smorgasbord, including (but not limited to): White bears, black swans, peculiar triangles, stupid Babylonians, math geniuses who did “stoopid” things (not just me), neckties, why humans aren’t very good at the THIRD dimension – never mind fourth, fifth or higher – and a quotation from Hamlet.