*A simple and clever way to compute the entry in the pascal triangle using numbers in any row above the row to which the desired entry belongs.*

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*The authors discuss the evaluation of certain improper integrals by first transforming them.*

*The Golden Mean is found in electric circuit theory.*

*The author provides a short proof of Cramer’s rule that avoids using the adjoint of a matrix.*

*Elementary examples from college algebra illustrate the idea of involutions.*

*The author illustrates how certain determinants can be used to motivate students. The determinants in question have terms in artithmetic progressions.*