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Taught by Axel Brandt 

Appreciation of mathematical ideas applied to problems from the real world; scheduling, voting schemes, apportionment, descriptive statistics, shape and symmetry, fractals, and population growth. For students of the liberal arts.

"The Philanthropy Project provides students meaningful opportunity for a real-world example for implementing course topics including matching algorithms for group formation, basic data visualization for analyzing financial data of applicants, and alternative voting methods for determining a recipient."

- Professor Axel Brandt

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