Carnival of Mathematics #48


clown at the carnivalYou blink your eyes and all of a sudden two weeks have passed, and it’s time for another Carnival of Mathematics!  This one, the 48th edition, is being hosted by the group blog Concrete Nonsense.   As usual, there is a whole bunch of great stuff there, from models of how long people spend in coffee shops to integrals, cabbages, music, and the US Constitution.

(Concrete Nonsense also has a recent post I particularly enjoyed, called “Wood, glue, and the Octahedral Axiom”.  It’s not my area of math, the post and looking at the model were still really interesting!)

Happy reading!

[Incidentally, we’ll be hosting the next Carnival, on Friday the 13th!]


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