This is a webpage written for Math 595.

# Title goes here

## Op een big

This is a poem. It's in Dutch, and very funny. It was written by a poet named Kees, I believe.

Een Britse big wiens naam was Pork
liep altijd rond met mes en vork.
Ik draag dit bij mij, sprak het beest,
zoals eenieder die dit leest,
en Brits verstaat terstond zal snappen,
for if the worst should come to happen.

### Which Google translates as follows:

• A British piglet whose name Pork
• always walked around with a knife and fork .
• I carry this with me, said the beast,
• as anyone who reads this,
• and British understand will understand immediately,
• for if the worst come to shouldering happen

### and might be edited (by GF) as follows.

• A British piglet whose name was "Pork"
• Always walked around with knife and fork.
• I carry this with me, said the beast,
• As any person knows who reads,
• A Brit will catch it in a snap...it's
• For when the worst should come to happ."

## Another section

• An item $$\sqrt{2}$$.
• Another item.
• Here is Stokes' theorem (well, just the formula): $$\int_S d\alpha = \int_{\partial S} \alpha.$$

Here is no table.

## Collatz conjecture

Given a number, we can get a sequence of numbers by repeatedly applying the following procedure:

• If the number is even, divide it by 2.
• If it's odd, multiply by 3 and add 1.

The Collatz conjecture states that no matter which number you start with, you'll always eventually reach 1. This webpage will (using javascript) numerically verify the conjecture for a given number.

## WebGL demo

Here's a simple WebGL demo. You'll need a modern browser to make this work. The monkey was made in Blender, where it is a standard primitive.