Blog Carnival 12 Reminder

The Math and Multimedia Carnival is on its 12th edition.  If you have a blog post about K-12  mathematics or mathematics teaching, I would like to invite you to submit your article to the Math and Multimedia Blog Carnival. The carnival accepts articles about K-12 mathematics on problem solving and proofs, mathematics teaching, conceptual explanation of mathematical concepts, technology integration, real-life mathematics, software tutorials, games and puzzles and other K-12 math articles.

The 12th edition of the Math and Multimedia Carnival will be hosted by Mathematics for Teaching.

You may also want to submit other articles to Math Teachers at Play Carnival and the Carnival of Mathematics. Please do not make duplicate submissions.

Math Teachers at Play 38

Welcome to the May 20, 2011 edition of Math Teachers at Play. Before beginning the carnival, let us have some interesting facts about 38.

  • The sum of the squares first three primes
  • The number of years it took the Israelites to travel from Kadesh Barnea to the Zered valley in Deuteronomy
  • There number of surviving plays written by William Shakespeare
  • The atomic number of strontium
  • Thirty seven and 38 are the first pair of consecutive positive integers not divisible by any of their digits.
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