The 28th Carnival is here! This edition is hosted by Tyler and Foxy’s Scientific and Mathematical Adventure Land and, as they point out, it’s the last time that the Carnival will be a perfect edition until #496.
Tyler and Foxy’s Scientific and Mathematical Adventure Land covers Math, Computer Science, Other Sciences, Religion, Politics, and all sorts of other things. Their post on how many characters are in the nth row of Pascal’s Triangle is something I’m sorely tempted to give to my own students to explore. The bloggers each have individual blog as well (Tyler at Powerup and Foxy at FoxMaths! 2.0), so there’s lots of neat stuff to look at in addition to the Carnival.