Math Encounters: "Mathematical Models and Card Shuffles — An Exploration in Group Theory and Probability"
Wednesday, December 1 at 4:00 pm ET (New York)
How can ordinary playing cards lead us into an adventure in group theory? What are the chances that an ordinary shuffle will result in a random ordering of cards? Are seven shuffles really enough to thoroughly mix up a deck of cards? Join Dan Rockmore, Dartmouth Professor of Mathematics, to investigate the math behind the shuffle.
Special introduction by Steve Strogatz, Cornell University Professor of Mathematics and MoMath's Distinguished Visiting Professor for the Public Dissemination of Mathematics.
This event will take place in person at MoMath at 11 East 26th Street.
This page is for the 4:00 pm ET (New York) in-person session. Click here to register for a live-streamed session or for the 7:00 pm ET (New York) session instead.
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Please arrive 15 to 30 minutes before the event start time to complete registration.
In light of the current COVID-19 situation, MoMath is temporarily suspending the provision of food during Math Encounters.
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Math Encounters is MoMath's popular free public presentation series celebrating the spectacular world of mathematics, produced with support from the Simons Foundation.
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