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Monthly Archives: July 2020
The Math ∩ Programming Blog
I’m a new reader of Jeremy Kun’s Math ∩ Programming blog. However, it didn’t take much scrolling before I read a post mentioning a tool I’ve wanted to find for quite a while and hadn’t even realized it. In “Contextual … Continue reading
Posted in Interactive, Math Education, Mathematics and Computing, Mathematics and the Arts
Tagged Bezier Curves, Detexify, Jeremy Kun, Math ∩ Programming, Picasso
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Tanya Khovanova’s Math Blog: A Tour
Dr. Tanya Khovanova is a mathematician whose research interests lie in recreational mathematics, combinatorics, probability, geometry, number theory. Currently, she is a Lecturer and PRIMES Head Mentor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In To Count the Natural Numbers, … Continue reading
Posted in Blogs, people in math, Recreational Mathematics, women in math
Tagged Blog on Math Blogs, blogs, math, mathematics, Penney's Games, PRIMES STEP, Recreational Mathematics, Set TicTacToe, Tanya Khovanova
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Farewell, Roots of Unity
Last month, Evelyn Lamb (former coeditor of this blog) shared her final post for her Roots of Unity blog, which was part of the Scientific American blog network. I’m sad to see such a fantastic math blog come to an … Continue reading
Posted in Blogs, Current Events, Math Communication, people in math, Publishing in Math
Tagged Evelyn Lamb, math writing, Roots of Unity, Scientific American
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Aleph Zero Categorical Blog: A Tour
The Aleph Zero Categorical: There can only be one blog is written by Canadian mathematician Dr. Jason Polak. The blog started back in 2011, when Polak began his Ph.D. as a way to “showcase abstraction and its beauty in the … Continue reading
Posted in Applied Math, Biomath, Blogs, Theoretical Mathematics
Tagged Aleph Zero Categorical Blog, applied math, Blog on Math Blogs, Jason Polak, math and ecosystems
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An Arbitrarily Close Tour
Annie Perkins, a math teacher for Minneapolis Public Schools, writes the arbitrarily close blog. Here are just a few of the interesting/exciting/compelling components of her blog. #MathArtChallenge posts Perkins has been creating posts for this challenge since March 16 and … Continue reading
Posted in BlackLivesMatter, Current Events, Issues in Higher Education, K12 Mathematics, Mathematics and the Arts, people in math, Recreational Mathematics
Tagged #MathArtChallenge, Annie Perkins, arbitrarily close, Black Lives Matter
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