ESP Biography
RIKHAV SHAH, MIT pure math major
Major: 18 College/Employer: MIT Year of Graduation: 2019 

Brief Biographical Sketch:
Not Available. Past Classes(Clicking a class title will bring you to the course's section of the corresponding course catalog)C11605: Advanced Algorithms in Splash 2017 (Nov. 18  19, 2017)
Forget the boring basic algorithms. In this class we will push the border of what is currently known and explore some of the coolest and mind blowing algorithms! Don't worry if you get lost because we are too!
M11842: Mods and Primes in Splash 2017 (Nov. 18  19, 2017)
When does 11+4=3? When isn't 5 a prime number? How do prime numbers keep our bank accounts safe? What is Fermat's Little Theorem? Come learn about mods and primes to find out!
M11843: Axioms of Z in Splash 2017 (Nov. 18  19, 2017)
What is a number? How do we know there aren't any integers in between 0 and 1? Does the commutative property have to be true? Come find out if AXIOMS hold the answer to all these questions and more!
H10772: Ethics and Justice in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19  20, 2016)
Should you kill one person to save two? Is it ever justified to lie? Theories of ethics and justice can help us answer these questions.
We will give a brief rundown of the ethics of Mill and Kant, and also contrast the two most prominent theories of justice: those of Rawls and Nozick.
M10773: How big is infinity? in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19  20, 2016)
Are there more even numbers or odd numbers? More irrational numbers or rational numbers? Come learn what 'infinity' means and how not all
infinities are created equally.
M10775: Axioms of Z in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19  20, 2016)
What is a number? How do we know there aren't any integers in between 0 and 1? Does the commutative property have to be true? Come find out if AXIOMS hold the answer to all these questions and more!
M10777: Mods and Primes in Splash 2016 (Nov. 19  20, 2016)
When does 11+4=3? When isn't 5 a prime number? How do prime numbers keep our bank accounts safe? What is Fermat's Little Theorem? Come learn about mods and primes to find out!
M10418: Complex Numbers and the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic in Spark 2016 (Mar. 12  13, 2016)
Is 1 really a number? How can you factor x^24? What about x^4+1? For what values of x does x^3=1? (hint, there are more than one). What is the square root of negative one? Come to find out!
M10421: How big is infinity? in Spark 2016 (Mar. 12  13, 2016)
Are there more even numbers or odd numbers? More irrational numbers or rational numbers? Come learn what 'infinity' means and how not all
infinities are created equally.
H9711: Ethics and Justice in Splash 2015 (Nov. 21  22, 2015)
Should you kill one person to save two? Is it ever justified to lie? Theories of ethics and justice can help us answer these questions.
We will give a brief rundown of the ethics of Mill and Kant, and also contrast the two most prominent theories of justice: those of Rawls and Nozick.
M10070: Axioms of Z in Splash 2015 (Nov. 21  22, 2015)
What is a number? How do we know there aren't any integers in between 0 and 1? Does the commutative property have to be true? Come find out if AXIOMS hold the answer to all these questions and more!
M10077: Mods and Primes in Splash 2015 (Nov. 21  22, 2015)
When does 11+4=3? When isn't 5 a prime number? How do prime numbers keep our bank accounts safe? What is Fermat's Little Theorem? Come learn about mods and primes to find out!
