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Mathematical calculations have been used in the courtroom to convict people of theft, treason, forgery, and even murder. But often, the math involved was wrong — and innocent people were found guilty. Join mathematician and author Coralie Colmez as she identifies some of the mistakes made during historical trials and the consequences of those errors. Sometimes, math really is a matter of life and death!

July 25th, 2017 from  6:00 pm to  7:30 pm
Event Fee(s)
Attending $10.00