*From*: Philip Bays <pbays~at~saintmarys.edu>*Subject*: Re: CCL:nanomathematics*Date*: Wed, 8 Dec 2004 05:43:55 -0500

All right -- someone else did it so I will follow :-)

Nanomathematics is the math of small numbers;

or

a nanomathematics course is a one offered in the math department that contains "little mathematics", one many of my students would sign up for in a flash.

On Dec 7, 2004, at 2:11 PM, Shobe, David wrote:

I've never seen the term before, but logically it should refer to arithmetic in which all numbers are rounded off to the nearest billionth. :-)

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