Monthly Archives: December 2007

Carnival of Mathematics #23: Haiku Edition

Welcome to the 23rd Carnival of Mathematics: Haiku Edition! First, I must apologize for the delay: I usually have very little trouble with my hosting provider, but of course it went down just when the CoM was supposed to be … Continue reading

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Recounting the Rationals, part I

This is the first in a series of posts I’m planning to write on the paper “Recounting the Rationals“, by Neil Calkin and Herbert Wilf, mathematicians at Clemson University and the University of Pennsylvania, respectively. I’m really excited about it, … Continue reading

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Carnival of Mathematics — first call for submissions!

The Carnival of Mathematics is coming here on December 28, and it’s not too early to think about submitting! I’ve already got a few but I’m hoping for a bunch more. I’m especially hoping to have a good mix of … Continue reading

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