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“Primes and Perfect Powers in the Catalan Triangle

Published in Journal of Integer Sequences with N. Benjamin, G. Fickes, E. Fiorini, E. Jovinelly, and T.W.H. Wong, 2019

The Catalan triangle is an infinite lower-triangular matrix that generalizes the Catalan numbers. The entries of the Catalan triangle, denoted by \(c_{n,k}\), count the number of shortest lattice paths from \((0, 0)\) to \((n, k)\) that do not go above the main diagonal. This paper studies the occurrence of primes and perfect powers in the Catalan triangle.

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teaching

Math 54 – Fall 2017

Undergraduate course (TA), UC Berkeley, 2017

Linear Algebra. Lead Instructor: Michael Hutchings.

Math 21A – Fall 2020

Undergraduate course (TA), UC Davis, 2020

Differential Calculus. Lead Instructor: Daniel Martin.