Monthly Archives: July 2014

Millenium Bookball

is a pretty cool mathematical sculpture by George Hart. Gone with the Wind, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham. What is not to like? Speaking of which, I still cannot believe that … Continue reading

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On practice

I’m sure I am interpreting this in a context different from Vygotsky who was quoting Lenin Man’s practice, repeated a billion times anchors the figure of logic in his consciousness.

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Math videos

“Speaker, I’d like to talk about twin prime numbers …” goes McNerney in the US Congress. This took place on 11 Feb 2014. More details may be found here. There is still hope in politics afterall. I would love to … Continue reading

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Prime Mystery

A nice puzzle from Aziz Inan on plus.maths.org The number N represents the first 6 digits of a special number. N consists of three prime numbers put side by side. These three prime numbers come xth, yth and zth on … Continue reading

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