Kristine Numrich ("NOOM rik")
Professor of Mathematics

Math Tech Conferences: ICTCM Wolfram 
El Camino College / Mathematics Building MBA 243 / 310 6603593 Ext. 7756
Fall 2014 

Math 73 
Math 170 
Math 73 
Section 0420 
Section 0830 
Section 0432 
MBA 319 

MBA 218 
Free Student Access to CAS Mathematica
(for El Camino College students)
Math 190 CAS Demonstrations
Optimization Box Trapezoid Ellipse Tangent Line Travels along a Curve 
"Everything that is really great and inspiring is created by the individual who can labor in freedom."
"All [ModelT] Fords are exactly alike, but no two men [nor two 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
Welcome to El Camino College! I have been teaching math here since 2000, but I have not always been a college professor. After earning a bachelor's degree, I took a job with Logicon in San Pedro (now a part of Northrup Grumman). I worked as a software analyst on three different systems (the peacekeeper MX missile launch control, submarine combat control, and automated target tieup to aircraft). The Cold War ended around 1990. While working for Logicon I continued to study mathematics, earned a single subject teaching credential from CSULB, and accepted an offer into the graduate program at Miami University (of Ohio).
Here at El Camino College the latest technology is prevalent in the classrooms, and teaching and continued learning are paramount. Welcome and good luck in your studies! 
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 
A Case of the EpsilonDelta Definition of a Limit from the Wolfram Demonstrations Project by Joseph F. Kolacinski
Estimate distance traveled (5.1 exercise)
The Calculus Page
Abby Brown  Math Rules!