The electronic version of the latest issue of the Girls’ Angle Bulletin is now available on our website.

The object on the cover of Volume 8, Number 6 is called the Chebyshev Lollipop. It is based directly on an idea of Michael Trott. The mathematical content differs slightly from his creation which can be seen at MathWorld.

Chebyshev polynomials (of the first kind) appear in this summer’s batch of Summer Fun problem sets and in a new Emily and Jasmine series which commences in this issue.

Does this make you go “Hmm…”?

In school, Jasmine happened by a geometry class where the teacher had the peculiar figure shown at right on the board. That figure turned out to be the launch point for an adventure in search of nice triangles.

This issue’s interview is with the Chair of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Professor Judy Walker. In her interview, Prof. Walker gives some pointers for how to learn mathematics well, saying “I absolutely must work through examples.”

In Anna’s Math Journal, Anna takes up Prof. Walker’s specific example suggestion and explores finite fields with 4 and 8 elements

In Part 5 of our series on the derivative, we explore the derivative of the exponential function.

We wrap up with detailed solutions to this summer’s batch of Summer Fun problem sets which include proofs of the arithmetic-geometric mean inequality, a derivation of the Taylor series of the arctangent function, and a proof of Lagrange’s theorem that, in finite groups, the order of any subgroup divides the order of the group.

We hope you enjoy it!

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