## Project Euler

Project Euler has some interesting math questions that require the use of computer algorithms to solve.

Project Euler has some interesting math questions that require the use of computer algorithms to solve.

Unicode characters use hexadecimal numbers (base 16) to display characters from languages like Japanese, Chinese, and Greek.

This week's math movie was a finalist in the X-Box Competition at the 2007 New York Television Festival.

In this Newsletter:

1. Math tip - Earth Geometry

2. Latest IntMath Poll - Going to the board to do math

3. From the math blog

4. Final Thought - Obama math

Industrial pollution is inevitable in all cities. How bad is it where you live? What are the particular pollutants in your community? There's potential here to do some 'real' math.

In this Newsletter:

1. Math tip - Solving word problems

2. Google's Project 10 to the 100th

3. From the math blog

4. Final thought - The Remainder of 2008

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