The 48th edition of Math Teachers at Play Carnival is now online at Math is Not a Four Letter World. Bon Crowder, the author, has not run out of ideas yet — this time, she created every sentence with exactly 15 words!
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Welcome to the 20th edition of the Mathematics and Multimedia Blog Carnival. Here are the posts I have collected this month — some from the Blog Carnival site and some from my RSS feed.
Before we begin a carnival, let’s have some trivia about the number 20.
- The number of sectors in a dartboard.
- The atomic number of calcium.
- It is the smallest primitive abundant number
- The number of faces of an icosahedron
- Can be written as the sum of the three Fibonacci numbers: 13 + 5 + 2