During the Hellenistic times lived one very intelligent mathematician, engineer, and even physicist by the name of Heron of Alexandria.
He was born in Alexandria, Egypt around 10 AD according to Evangelos Papadopoulos (2007).
In April of 2016, I attended my first big conference, the Mathematical Association of America - Southeastern Sectional Meeting. The conference was held at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.
In April of 2016, I was asked by a Professor of Mathematics at Francis Marion University to present at a small conference at a nearby college. The conference is called the Carolina Math Seminar, they host a meeting each semester at different universities and colleges across South Carolina.
I attended Francis Marion University from fall 2013 to spring 2017. FMU was not at the top of my list compared to others like NC State or The Citadel. However, I wanted to major in Health Physics, and FMU was the only school in the state that offered a degree. This was one reason I chose to attend Francis Marion. In addition to that, my uncle graduated from FMU with a Math degree and he has a track record for being very intelligent.
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