# Category Archives: links

## More factorization diagrams

My post on factorization diagrams from a month ago turned out to be (unexpectedly) quite popular! I got ten times as many hits as usual the day it was published, and since then quite a few other people have created … Continue reading

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## Making a computer out of… dominoes?

When I mentioned carrying out computational processes with a room full of dominoes, I wasn’t kidding. Matt Parker is planning to build a domino computer at the Manchester Science Festival at the end of the month. The Manchester Science Festival … Continue reading

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## CoM and Relatively Prime

A couple things to draw your attention to: The 90th Carnival of Mathematics is up over at Walking Randomly. There’s quite a lot of cool stuff in this edition, go check it out! The first episode of Relatively Prime is … Continue reading

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## Introduction to Mathematical Thinking with Keith Devlin

I just learned from Denise at Let’s Play Math! that Keith Devlin is going to be teaching a course on Coursera called Introduction to Mathematical Thinking. It’s free and open to anyone with only a background in high school math. … Continue reading

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## Searchable tiling database

Just a link today—check out this awesome tiling database! It’s got tons of beautiful plane tilings (with information and further reading about each one) and many ways to search through the database. It’s a great way to find examples of … Continue reading

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## Picture this

Picture this! is a very cool interactive thingy, made by Jason Davies, intended to get students (or anyone, really) thinking about some interesting math. Go play around with it and see if you can answer any of the listed questions … Continue reading

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## Wythoff’s game at Three-Cornered Things

I’ve really been enjoying Zachary Abel’s series of posts on Wythoff’s game [Wythoff’s Game: Red or Blue?; A Golden Observation; The “Fibonacci”est String; Wythoff’s Formula], over on his blog Three-Cornered Things. The Fibonacci numbers show up in the strangest places! … Continue reading

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