The Blog Carnivals
The Mathematics and Multimedia Blog Carnival is now accepting entries for its 22nd edition. You may submit your entries to email@example.com or the carnival submission form on or before April 14, 2012. The carnival will be hosted by Math is Not a Four Letter Word and will be posted next week.
The 49th edition of Math Teachers at Play is now online at Teach Beside Me.
The 85th edition of the Carnival of Mathematics is also online at Traveled in the Mathematical World.
If you are interested to host the Math and Multimedia Carnival, you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated GeoGebra Tutorials (to version 4.0)
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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The 84th edition of the Carnival of Mathematics, the oldest mathematics carnival on the net, will be hosted here. If you have articles about mathematics or mathematics teaching, you may submit it to email@example.com. The deadline of submission is on December 7, 2011. The carnival will go live on Friday, December 9.
Note: Please do not submit it to blogcarnival.com as it is currently malfunctioning.
For those who are ‘readers’ of mathematics and/or mathematics teaching, you may want to visit the current carnivals: