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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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Carnival of Mathematics 86

Welcome to the 86th Carnival of Mathematics! is semiprime, nontotient, and noncototient. It is also happy since and . In fact, it is the smallest happy, nontotient semiprime (the only smaller happy nontotient is 68—which is, of course, 86 in … Continue reading

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Carnival of Mathematics submissions due in a week

I’ll be hosting the Carnival of Mathematics, and the submission deadline is coming up soon—Tuesday, May 1. Please submit something! It could be something you wrote, or something someone else wrote that you enjoyed. All mathematics ranging from elementary to … Continue reading

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New Carnival of Mathematics

The Carnival of Mathematics has been revived! A big thanks to Mike Croucher of Walking Randomly for organizing it for the past few years, and to Katie Steckles, Christian Perfect, and Peter Rowlett for taking over. The latest edition, carnival … Continue reading

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Carnival of Mathematics this Friday!

The next Carnival of Mathematics goes up this Friday at idiot’s blog—get your submissions in!

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New and improved: bookshelf and Carnival of Mathematics

Two things today: first, I’ve updated my “bookshelf” (go to http://www.mathlesstraveled.com/, scroll down a bit and look in the right margin). The books come from my LibraryThing library, and I’ve now figured out how to write reviews of the books … Continue reading

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Carnival of Mathematics #53

Welcome to the 53rd Carnival of Mathematics! A somewhat shorter carnival this time, but I greatly enjoyed reading the submissions I did get, and I hope you do too. Meaghan Montrose at TutorFi presents ten tips for daily practicing your … Continue reading

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