**introduce**

Mathematical diversity

*Jesse Emspark*

**Part 1: The big question**

1.1. The most unresolved problem in mathematics is still a mystery

* By Rachel Crowell*

1.2 English random walk

*Jordan Allenberg*

1.3 Hilbert walks to make the Clay Institute of Mathematics work

*Author: Evelyn Lamb*

1.4 Number games

*Kelsey Houston Edwards*

1.5 Is mathematics as diverse as science?

*By John Hogan*

1.6 The new proof solves the irrational number problem 80 years ago

*By Leila Sloman*

1.7 Three-body problem

*By Richard Montgomery*

1.8 Unable to (solve) problems

*Authors: Toby S. Cubitt, David Perez-Garcia and Michael Wolf*

**Part 2: Measurement and analysis**

2.1 Facing the unknown

*Jessica Herman*

2.2 Major issues with P value

*By Lydia Dunworth*

2.3 How small is it?

*Naomi Oresquez*

2.4 Calculations for poetry services

*Author: Evelyn Lamb*

2.5 Say goodbye to score feet

*Author: Evelyn Lamb*

**Part Three: Society, Politics and Economics**

3.1 Can algorithms help resolve political paralysis?

*Julia Hotz*

3.2 Smartphone data show that voters in black communities have waited longer

*Daniel Gallisto*

3.3 Geometry and Gerrymandering

*by Moon Du Qin*

3.4 Ask Gini: How to measure inequality

*Author: Evelyn Lamb*

3.5 The U.S. economy is manipulated

*Joseph E. Stiglitz*

3.6 Is inequality inevitable?

*Author: Bruce Bogosian*

**Part 4: Your health numbers**

4.1 False alarm

*Sarah Levin Fraser*

4.2 The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle of Social Science Modeling

*Ben Clemens*

4.3 The geometric orientation of target candidates for coronavirus drugs

*Michael Dahl*

4.4 If policymakers better explain their risks, few people will be afraid of the COVID vaccine

*Claudia Wallis*

4.5 When evaluating new risks, facts are not enough

*By Baruch Fischhoff*

**Part 5: Math Drive Technology**

5.1 (hacking) the mathematics of passwords

*Jean-Paul De La Haye*

5.2 Why history is important to code breakers

*Author: Craig P. Bauer*

5.3 Color-changing fibers uncover a tricky mystery

*By Jeremy Hsu*

5.4 Algorithms help find missing persons at sea

*Scott Hershberg*

5.5 Mathematics helps build a global digital community

*By Cindy Lawrence*

5.6 The mathematics of making connections

*Kelsey Houston Edwards*

**Part 6: Mathematics 101: Education and Learning**

6.1 Why doesn’t the mathematics education in the United States add up?

*Author: Jo Baoler & Pablo Zoido*

6.2 Teach the argument: 5 × 3 Five 3s or three 5s?

*Author: Evelyn Lamb*

6.3 The surprising connection between casual mathematics and undecidability

*Author: Evelyn Lamb*

6.4 Math phrases that melt my brain

*Author: Evelyn Lamb*

6.5 Study on the back of the envelope

*By Amanda Baker*

6.6 Score: What went wrong

*Robert S. Siegler*

6.7 The only way to win is not to play games

*Author: Evelyn Lamb*

**Part 7: Popular Culture Math**

7.1 For math enthusiasts: a free-rider guide to the number 42

*Jean-Paul De La Haye*

7.2 What is the most interesting number?

* Author: Evelyn Lamb*