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Professor of Mathematics

Kristine Numrich

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Calculus I - III

Honors Program

Math Tech Conferences:   ICTCM    Wolfram
Technology in College Mathematics (Numrich)

El Camino College  /  Math MBA 243  / 310 660-3593 Ext. 7756


Spring 2017


Math 190 

Math 170

Math 73

Section 0870
10 AM -12:30 PM

 Section 0790
 11:30 AM - 12:55 PM

Section 0474
 7 AM- 9:35 AM


Course SLO


Course SLO

Algebra II     

Course SLO

MBA 118   

MBA 309

MBA 319   


  Summer 2017
Six week session begins Monday, June 19



Math 130



 Section 0262  10 AM - 12:10 PM           MTWTh     
Section 0266  1:15 PM - 3:25 PM           MTWTh     



 College Algebra

Course SLO



MBA 318


Wolfram (Calculus) Demonstrations

Free Student Access to CAS Mathematica
for El Camino College students


Math 190 CAS Demonstrations

Optimization Box Trapezoid Ellipse

Slope and Steepness of a Line   

Tangent Line Travels along a Curve

Secant Lines Converge to Tangent Line  

Derivative of Cubic Power Function  

Height Velocity of Ball

Sequence with TI-84

Abby Brown Demonstrations

Math 191 CAS Demonstrations

Comparing Basic Numerical Integration Methods from the Wolfram Demonstrations Project by Jim Brandt

Sequence of Partial Sums          Function as Power Series

Taylor Polynomials Fixed Center            Taylor Polynomials Moving Center 

Polar Plot (video) homework exercise                    Polar Plot - Cos Sin Tan - nTheta

Wolfram Technology

       ICTCM Conference 2006, Orlando, FL              Presentation 



Albert Einstein, 'Out of My Later Years,' 1950, U.S. (German-born) physicist (1879 - 1955)

"Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom."


Henry Ford, U.S. automobile industrialist (1863 – 1947)

"All [Model-T] Fords are exactly alike, but no two men [or women] are just alike. Every new life is a new thing under the sun; there has never been anything just like it before, never will be again. Look for the single spark of individuality that makes you different from other folks, and develop that for all it is worth. Society and schools may try to iron it out of you, but I say don't let that spark be lost; it is your only real claim to importance."




Personal History

M.S., Mathematics, Miami University (of Ohio) - 1993
Single Subject Teaching Credential (Math), California State University Long Beach - 1991
B.S., Mathematics/Computer Science, Western Illinois University -1983

Welcome to El Camino College! My personal history goes like this. I have been a math professor at ECC since January 2000. Long before then, and shortly after earning my bachelor's degree, I took a job with Logicon (now a part of Northrop Grumman) in San Pedro. I was a software analyst on three different systems (the peacekeeper MX missile launch control, submarine combat control, and automated target tie-up to aircraft). The Cold War with the Soviet Union ended around 1990. While working for Logicon and continuing to study mathematics, I earned a single subject teaching credential from CSULB and accepted an offer into the graduate program at Miami University (of Ohio).

After earning a master's degree in mathematics, I took a job as consultant for
Cap Gemini. For six years I led a fast-paced consulting life and loved it. Corporate consulting had quicker deadlines and shorter projects than DoD work. I was an analyst and team manager at different companies. The job allowed me to live in several U.S. locations and eventually I decided to settle here in the South Bay with its mild temperatures and ocean beauty. Teaching math has turned out to be the most personally enriching job of all. 

Welcome students, and good luck in your studies! 



Office Hours and Schedule
No office hours during winter session 



I'm a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.   Thomas Jefferson 3rd president of U.S. 1801 - 1809



Optimize the Length of the Crease of a Folded Piece of Paper from the Wolfram Demonstrations Project by John A. Boerger


Learning Newton's Method from the Wolfram Demonstrations Project by Angela Sharp




A Case of the Epsilon-Delta Definition of a Limit from the Wolfram Demonstrations Project by Joseph F. Kolacinski

Estimate distance traveled (5.1 exercise)



The Calculus Page


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Last Published 3/30/17