This is the Plenary Address from MAA Michigan last week.

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i am a retiree who is interested to learn building maths though I only qualified in basic maths and that was years ago. However, it will discourage me just to revise on maths but if it is on a more practical approach such as to construct a simple building and the maths involved then from there to begin the explaination when I fail to calculate. I am not interested in studying according to a syllable as for a institutional exam but what is related to my interest and progressively into structural engineering. By the way, I am at present 72 years of age.

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