We recently discovered a series of math comics because first a commenter and then Mike himself linked to us on Spiked Math. Yay — more math comics! So as the weekend approaches, you can treat yourself to:

or

or

or this one which is, of course, near and dear to my heart:

*All of these are copyrighted, but available for non-commercial use.*

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October 9, 2009 at 8:50 am |

Hi – I’d like to include these posts about math comics in the next Math Teachers at Play carnival (next week). Does this sound OK?

Thanks,

— Dan

October 9, 2009 at 11:37 am |

Dan, that’d be great — thanks for thinking of us!

October 19, 2009 at 12:53 am |

My calculus teacher in college told me he had had a math professor at San Jose State who

lovedalpha. This prof would use alpha routinely for coefficients for polynomials (distinguishing among them with subscripts). He used them for the entries of general matrices or determinants (using double subscripts). I don’t know if he used them for tensor components, in which case the debauch of sub- and superscripts could have been awesome.I’m itching to us xi now…