Lessons of the Möbius Bagel

Quoting from this WSJ article, “Almost everything in our modern world depends on calculus in some way, from electricity and automation to the weather forecast and the construction of roads and bridges”. To this quote, I would also add, “and to modeling the evolution of asset prices and valuation of financial derivatives”…

Speculative math isn’t useless. Real-world applications often follow, though it may take some time.

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