March 4
3:00pm, BRH 208
Jay Cummings, Quin Darcy and Morgan Throckmorton
(Sacramento State)
Natalie Hobson, Drew Horton, Keith Rhodewalt, and Ry UlmerStrack
(Sonoma State)

Title:
Counting Pseudo Progressions

Abstract:
Arithmetic progressions are sequences of numbers in which each consecutive term differ by the same constant. If we allow for more than one common difference between consecutive terms, then the progression is called a pseudo progression; if we allow up to m common differences, then it is called an $m$pseudo progression. We will explore how to count the number of pseudo progressions in the set $\{1,2,\dots,n\}$, and discuss the applications of this to future work in Ramsey theory.