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# Category Archives: Carnival

## Asian Carnival

Via Asia, Zac brings us the 20th Carnival of Mathematics. Thus he has numbered the entries using Chinese & Devanagari (Hindi) characters (and here I thought that was “equals plus”). Lots of nice stuff included. The carnival led me to … Continue reading

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## Spam, spam, spam, eggs, spam, spam, and …math?

The 19th Carnival of Mathematics is up over at Good Math, Bad Math. Apparently MarkCC has been inundated with spam along with carnival submissions. I hope there weren’t any Vikings. This submission just reinforced my belief that we need a … Continue reading

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## Carnival of Mathematics #18

The 18th Carnival of Mathematics is up at JD2718. Outstanding work by Jonathan in assembling a nice variety of posts (52 topics by 49 different authors). Good thing I have no school on Monday, so I’ll have time to play … Continue reading

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## 17th Carnival of Mathematics

The 17th Carnival of Mathematics is up at Math Notations. Dave provides a lead in with some interesting facts about the number 17 — which reminded me of this site on 17 and yellow pigs. JD’s post about the carnival … Continue reading

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## Carnival of Mathematics XVI

The 16th edition of the CoM is up and running at Learning Computation. Despite previous conversations here and here the carnival has not been split. So, enjoy some math ed, some pure math, and some computer science. The next carnival … Continue reading

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