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Carnival of Maths is coming to IntMath

By Murray Bourne, 18 Aug 2014

Carnival of Mathematics #114 will be hosted here at squareCircleZ, the blog of

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The Carnival of Mathematics accepts any mathematics-related blog posts: explanations of serious mathematics, puzzles, writing about mathematics education, mathematical anecdotes, refutations of bad mathematics, applications, reviews, etc. Sufficiently mathematized portions of other disciplines are also acceptable. We also accept YouTube videos, and non-blog based content, as long as it's new and has been recently posted online.

The most recent carnival was hosted by Mike at Walking Randomly. It covered the full gamut from limits to Ninjas and 3D printed geometry to mathematically-related underwear. See

Carnival of Mathematics #113

All the previous carnivals can be found on Aperiodical. See:

Carnival of Mathematics archive

See you back here in mid-September for edition #114!

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