Blog Carnival of Mathematics

June 4, 2010 at 12:01 am 1 comment

Blog carnivals are collections of blog posts around a single theme. There are blog carnivals for all kinds of topics, including mathematics. The most recent carnival for mathematics was hosted by Maxwell’s Demon, and starting today, a new carnival will be hosted by Wild About Math. They’re fun, if for no other reason than to let you see lots of blog listings all in one place, which might introduce you to some new bloggers.

Q: How many bloggers does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: 100. One to change the lightbulb, and 99 to comment on how it should have been done.

For more blog carnival topics, check out Blog Carnival.

A man walks into a blogger’s office and sees a parrot next to the blogger’s desk.
“Does he talk?” the man asks.
“Nah,” says the parrot. “He just clicks.”

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Martin Gardner Puzzling Blondes

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  • 1. Peter L. Griffiths.  |  March 3, 2014 at 12:09 pm

    Fermat’s Last Theorem can be proved by expressing the equation as the difference binomial expansion (p +q)^n -(p -q)^n which always has 2 as a common factor, so that the nth root of this expression will contain the irrational number of 2^(1/n). This irrationality will only be corrected if p=q. This proves Fermat’s Last Theorem.


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