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# Posts

### November 24, 2015

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Buenas! Aquí os dejo con mi aportación a la presente edición del Carnaval: http://elmundoderafalillo.blogspot.com.es/2015/11/arcos-de-malaga-ojival-equilatero.html Espero que os guste ;)

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### November 21, 2015

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Can you split the numbers 0 to 31 into two groups so that the sum of their 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th powers are all equal?
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Tadashi Tokieda continues to cut loops and Mobius strips... See part one.
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Tadashi Tokieda cuts various combinations of loops and Mobius loops - with surprising results.
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A video discussing creating a chart with a y-axis that does not start at zero.

### November 19, 2015

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This post is written with contributions from graduate students Megan Ly (Megan.Ly@Colorado.EDU) and Alexander Diaz (adiaz4@nd.ed). The SACNAS annual conference took place at the end of October this year near Washington DC. SACNAS stands for the Society for Advancement of … Continue reading →

### November 17, 2015

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¡Enhorabuena a tod@s l@s participantes, y en especial a Raúl Ibáñez! Premio al vencedor de la 'Edición 6.7: El punto' del Carnaval de Matemáticas ¡Un abrazo para tod@s!

### November 14, 2015

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Bubbleologist Tom Noddy shows Marcus du Sautoy how bubbles form the most efficient shapes and how these change the more bubbles are joined together.
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Exploration of how Bonds work. A good video for students interested in how financial markets work. Explores the question: How are interest rates set?
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An animated explanation of interest rates and compound interest.

### November 13, 2015

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The first in a series to covering interesting facts that involve π and how it pops up unexpectedly. See also: Part 2: How Pi Connects To Quantum Mechanics
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This resource is to support the NSW Syllabus: Investigate and calculate the Goods and Services Tax (GST), with and without the use of digital technologies The Examples worksheet is accompanied by the PowerPoint file. The electronic worksheet is for students to complete in a computer lab (or on their devices) - requires Excel. This worksheet provides is highly scaffolded and provided immediate feedback. There is also a printable version of the worksheets.

### November 11, 2015

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The good old times tables lead a very exciting secret life involving the infamous Mandelbrot set, the ubiquitous cardioid and a myriad of hidden beautiful patterns. Time for the Mathologer to go on a serious fact-finding mission.

### November 10, 2015

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33 is the lowest unsolved problem in the world of "summing three cubes". But 30 was also a tough nut to crack! Featuring Tim Browning from the University of Bristol.