The random graph, 4.

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Schur complement

via Matrix identities as derivatives of determinant identities.

An introduction to special relativity for a high school math circle.

Readings for Math Teachers.

Topics in random matrix theory.

Multiple recurrence in quasirandom groups.

Ethnomathematics… in the Classroom.

MOOCs and Hype Again.

Tweet via Keith Devlin ‏@profkeithdevlin
There is not one but TWO MOOC revolutions going on. My new post at http://mooctalk.org/

Coming up for air (and spouting off).

Careers advice in Mathematical Sciences.

The closed graph theorem in various categories.

Spending symmetry.

H. C. Chan, \pi in terms of \phi: Some Recent Developments, Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference in Fibonacci Numbers, (2010): 17-25. Read Pi in terms of Phi (Fib Conf 2006).

H. C. Chan, \pi in terms of \phi, Fibonacci Quart. 44 (2006): 141–144. Read Pi in terms of phi.

H. C. Chan, More Formulas for \pi, Amer. Math. Monthly 113: 452-455. Read More formulas for Pi.

H. C. Chan, Machin-type formulas expressing \pi in terms of \phi, Fibonacci Quart. 46/47 (2008/2009): 32–37 Read Pi via Machin.

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Data, Tech & Policy

xkcd982

First year students, beware! The axiom of choice may be used on Monday…

(As always, a big thanks to xkcd.)

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A computer-checked proof of the odd order theorem.

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