Welcome to the 183rd Carnival of Mathematics. The Carnival is a monthly post, hosted by a different maths blog each month, collecting interesting mathematical content from all over the internet. First up, we look at the number of this carnival, the

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## 5 Amateur Mathematicians Who Revolutionized Math

Whilst most people are happy to leave the academic study of mathematics to university professors and researchers, the history of math includes a lot of amateurs – people who had other jobs and did math as a hobby. They, as

Read more## Flattening the Curve – Math and Epidemics

‘Flatten the curve’ has become a catchphrase of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s what the epidemiologists (people who study the spread of infectious diseases) and policymakers both want to achieve. But you might be asking: “what is the curve?”, “How do

Read more## 7 Mathematics Holidays to Celebrate

Did you know there are special mathematics holidays. Yes, days where we celebrate mathematics or famous mathematicians contributions. Because mathematics is not everyone’s favorite subject most people do not know there are special days throughout the year for mathematics. Mathematics is

Read more## 6 Films about Famous Mathematicians

With Bio-pics a popular choice, it is no surprise that Hollywood and other movie makers have made so many films about famous mathematicians. We have reviewed some great movies about real famous mathematicians. 1. A Beautiful Mind – John Nash

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