It’s carnival time once more and the Mathematics and Multimedia Carnival is home. If you have a blog post about school mathematics, multimedia, mathematics teaching, math games and puzzles, etc., you may submit here or submit directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. The 19th edition of the Math and Multimedia Carnival will be posted here on January 23, 2012.
Here are last month’s carnivals
For those who are not familiar with math carnivals, you may want to read “What is a blog carnival?“
It’s Math Carnival again!
If you want to be a host of these carnivals, contact me at email@example.com, Michael (Carnival of Math), or Denise (MTAP).
Welcome to the 84th edition of the Carnival of Mathematics. The 83rd edition was posted at Teaching Beside Me.
We have a few entries for this edition. Some were submitted via email and some came from my subscriptions. Here are the entries for this edition.
For the Adventurous Travelers
Katie Erika tours us around the world of Most Mathematically Interesting Buidlings at Tripbase.
Ivars Peterson takes us to Geometreks in Boston posted at Mathematical Tourist.
Adventurous you say? The Physicist has an intuitive and superb explanation on “How wormholes can be used for time travel?” posted at Ask a Mathematician.
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