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Tag Archives: Christmas
“Physics Buzz”: A Tour
While the “Physics Buzz” blog from the American Physical Society isn’t a math blog, there is some overlap. Here are some interesting recent posts on the site. “Holiday Instability” This post explores questions such as whether a Christmas tree, a … Continue reading
Posted in Applied Math, mathematical physics, Physics, Recreational Mathematics Tagged American Physical Society, Christmas, coffee, Festivus, fractals, Hannah Fry, Hannukkah, stars Comments Off on “Physics Buzz”: A Tour
A Tour of the Chalkdust Magazine Blog
Chalkdust Magazine (“for the mathematically curious”) and the associated blog are a treat. Anna wrote a post last year in which she described the magazine as “filled with as much mathematical goodness as a fresh unopened box of Hagoromo “Fulltouch” chalk.” … Continue reading
Posted in Applied Math, Blogs, Interactive, Math Communication, Math Education, people in math, Recreational Mathematics Tagged brewing, Christmas, fractional polygons, holidays, knot theory, lights, ponytail, representation, tangles, tiling, treegonometry Comments Off on A Tour of the Chalkdust Magazine Blog