Carnival of Math #48, and Monday Math Madness #25

The 48th Carnival of Mathematics is posted at Concrete Nonsense. My favorite posts include Foxmath’s post about a strange iterated sequence involving pi and this amazing picture of a fractal cabbage. Also near and dear to my heart is Mark Dominus’s post on monads and closure operators.

Also, check out Monday Math Madness #25 over at Wild About Math!. This week’s problem is a very interesting counting problem.

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