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    Published: 9/01/2017
    A farewell to ice: A report from the Arctic by Peter Wadhams Peter Wadhams has been to the Arctic over 40 times, nearly every year since 1970. He is Professor of Ocean Physics at the Centre for Mathem ... Read more
    Source: plus.maths.org
  • 'Can you solve my problems?'

    Published: 9/01/2017
    Can you solve my problems?: A casebook of ingenious, perplexing and totally satisfying puzzles by Alex Bellos In Can you solve my problems? Alex Bellos offers yet another light-hearted exploration int ... Read more
    Source: plus.maths.org
  • 'Calculating the cosmos'

    Published: 9/01/2017
    Calculating the cosmos by Ian Stewart There is a quote attributed to Albert Einstein: "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler". This is the approach that Ian Stewart takes in ... Read more
    Source: plus.maths.org
  • Sequences and Series

    Published: 8/01/2017
    A few days ago I posted a card sort I did to start my unit on Sequences. I figured I’d share my entire packet for Sequences (2016-10-31-sequences [doc] 2016-10-31-sequences [pdf]) in case itR ... Read more
    Source: samjshah.com
  • My Favorite Math Games

    Published: 7/01/2017
    Take a break from textbook math and enjoy yourself! I like to use games as a warm-up with my co-op math circle. Some homeschoolers make every Friday a game day, and some turn gaming into a family life ... Read more
  • How to Build Your Math Blog’s Audience

    Published: 7/01/2017
    New Year, New Blog! The first way to make your math blog grow is to write posts. Here’s an #MTBoS blog challenge that seems doable: Only one post a week, so maybe even I can keep up. With the st ... Read more
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