Math and Multimedia turns 2
First, I’m happy to announce that Math and Multimedia turns 2 today, the World Teachers Day. This endeavor started two years ago as a blog (for my eyes only), which was supposed to be mathematical problems and solutions.
Today, it has grown quite a lot with 487 posts and 1132 email, RSS, Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ subscribers/followers. It has also reached more than 510 000 hits (WordPress Stat), averaging 21 000 unique visitors (Google Analytics) and 50 000 hits a month (WordPress Stat).
Second, I would like to share with you some of my favorite written articles that you might have missed. If you want to read more, you go to the Post List page.
- Counting the Uncountable: A Glimpse at Infinite Sets
- Counting the Real Numbers
- The Mathematics of Tiling
- Regular Tessellations: Why only three of them?
- An extensive explanation of the definition of limits
- Some thoughts on Wolfram Alpha in teaching math
- Using Mathematics to Win the Lottery
- A Gentle Introduction to Probability
- Mathematics in Microsoft Office
- Using Google Sketchup in Teaching Mathematics
- More than 20 000 contest problems and solutions
Lastly, I would like to greet all teachers in the world a Happy Teachers Day!
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