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A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: The Best Questions For A First Date; The Science of Soccer Substitutions; Role of statistics regulator; Math may help calculate way to find new drugs for diseases; Proposing math models to enhance two-way wireless network communication; Without language, numbers make no sense; Unique math program helps students; Aloha Math; Overweight Kids Who Exercise Improve Thinking, Math Skills: Study; Mathematics teachers learn to inspire students by encouraging pattern hunting; The pointy end of pineapple numbers; Giant Leaps; Researchers produce world's first programmable nanoprocessor; 2011: Ranking 200 Jobs From Best to Worst; 1942 adding machines: a marvel of non-essential zero elimination!; The blackboard - a modern classic; Carnival of Mathematics #74; Bite-sized History of Mathematics; Valentine's day mathematics; & more.
The Best Questions For A First Date
The Science of Soccer Substitutions
I'm not the ref, says Sir Michael
MATH MAY HELP CALCULATE WAY TO FIND NEW DRUGS FOR DISEASES
Proposing math models to enhance two-way wireless network communication
Without language, numbers make no sense
Unique math program helps students
Overweight Kids Who Exercise Improve Thinking, Math Skills: Study
Mathematics teachers learn to inspire students by encouraging pattern hunting
The pointy end of pineapple numbers
The Golden Section. A talk by Richard Simpson
Researchers produce world's first programmable nanoprocessor
Jobs Rated 2011: Ranking 200 Jobs From Best to Worst
1942 adding machines: a marvel of non-essential zero elimination!
The blackboard – a modern classic
Carnival of Mathematics #74 – The Tungsten Edition
MAA eBooks Store
Bite-sized History of Mathematics webpage & PDFs
Bite-sized History of Mathematics RSS
Bite-sized History of Mathematics iTunes
Möbius Strip Hearts (For Valentine's Day)
The Broken Heart Tangram
TES collection St Valentine's Day
400 words in 30 minutes on sexy primes
MathsLinks - A directory of useful objects found on the web for teaching Maths.
@walkingrandomly Mike Croucher: I prefer to say hi through the medium of equations
Developing mathematical thinking through problems, puzzles and games
New MathsJam website live
Math/Maths Twitter App
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Find Samuel Hansen at samuelhansen.com and acmescience.com and on Twitter as @Samuel_Hansen and @acmescience.
Find Peter Rowlett at peterrowlett.net or on Twitter as @peterrowlett.
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