While some had their fill of pies on March 14, a group of Arcadia students spent Pi Day presenting at the Spring Meeting of Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware Section of the Mathematics Association of America. The event, held at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., brought students from nine colleges and universities in the region to participate in discussions and present papers. A countdown led up to the Pi moment, 3/14/15 9:26 a.m., in recognition of an instant which occurs only once in a century.
Elizabeth Begley ’15 and Xi Xia ’16, Statistical Techniques for Balancing Samples
Qian Yi Cheng ’15, Yimeng Zhang ’15, and Yaxuan Zhou ’15, Using the Efficient Frontier Model to Optimize Investment Portfolios
Matthew Hoffman ’15, Outlaw P-values and Confidence Intervals?: The Current Debate
Franklin Loeb ’15, The Dangers of Ignoring Hierarchical Data
Eric Macchi ’15 and Yihao Gu ’15, Does Auto-insurance Redlining Still Exist?
Stephanie Roscher ’16 and XinLing Wang ’15, Imputation and Related Statistical Methods