There’s more to the circle than meets the π
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One eighth equals seven and thirty in this strange base 60 world
The University of Wisconsin mathematician loves Fermat's little theorem and knows just the right cheese to pair with it
How to make parallel lines converge
Separating fact from speculation in math history
Why the University of San Francisco math professor loves the compact surface classification theorem
How billiards in polygons become trajectories on doughnuts
It all starts with a pentagon...
The Dickinson College math professor tells us about Archimedes and circles
The University of Chicago mathematician tells us why she loves the fundamental theorem of calculus
Meet the newest addition to your math podcast feed
The brilliant Stanford professor, killed by breast cancer at 40, worked with shapes unconstrained by the real world
The mathematical near-miss is "an exact representation of an almost-right answer"
Michèle Audin’s book about Sofya Kovalevskaya is a fascinating combination of biography, personal reflections, and fictional digressions
The mathematical model that should be an amusement park ride
June 17 is World Tessellation Day. Take a moment to look at the beautiful patterns under your feet
If it quacks like a sphere…
Repeat Nobel Winners, they’re just like us!
Julie Rehmeyer’s new memoir is a moving portrait of a person living expansively in the face of setbacks and limitations