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Starved? Let's Solve That Math Hunger!

TJ Norton, Klamath Community College
Talk Abstract: 
We all enjoy that time of day when we get to sit down and enjoy our favorite meal. We typically eat three or more times per day. However, being a hard-working college student and living on a college budget often severely restricts the amount of money we can spend. Essentials like lunch, dinner, and second dinner could be much cheaper than what we currently spend. Everyone knows that coupons save us money on our everyday needs, but how many people know how to use mathematical logic to solve these expensive cravings? It is possible to reduce the size of your food budget by using equations to calculate the savings from coupons. Let's apply math so we can buy more late-night grub and keep up with the massive amounts of math homework!
Talk Subject: 
Mathematics Applications in the Sciences
Talk Type: 
Oral Presentation
Time Slot: 
Saturday, April 2, 2016 - 11:15
Room Number: 
STAG 162