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Carnival of Mathematics 132

Welcome to the 132nd Carnival of Mathematics, a monthly roundup of mathematics-related blog posts! First, some facts about the number 132 (sourced from What’s Special About This Number? and Wikipedia. Of course, . 132 is a pronic number since it … Continue reading

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Carnival of Mathematics 132: call for submissions!

Next week I will be hosting the 132nd Carnival of Mathematics, a monthly roundup of mathematics-related blog posts. Anything math-related is fair game: explanations of serious mathematics, puzzles, writing about mathematics education, mathematical anecdotes, refutations of bad mathematics, applications, reviews, … Continue reading

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Carnival of Mathematics: here, this Friday!

I will be hosting the Carnival of Mathematics here this Friday (June 5). Please send in your submissions! IMPORTANT: it’s a long story but I am not yet listed as the host on the blog carnival site, so DO NOT … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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