59th Carnival of Math published at Number Warrior

November 8th, 2009 | Categories: Carnival of Math, general math | Tags:

The carnival is back and it’s better than ever!

The 59th Carnival of Math has been published by Jason Dyer over at Number Warrior and is truly epic!  The range of topics on offer is astonishing including mathematical clocks, ants on rubber bands, an entire quiz on the number zero, the game of life, cheating the derivatives market and whether or not an omnipotent being can create a rock so heavy that He/She cannot lift it?

The next carnival (the 60th)  is set to be published on Friday December 4th but currently has no host set.  If you are a math blogger and would like to get involved then drop me a comment and let me know.  Hosting a carnival is not difficult and is a great way to get involved with the wider mathematics blogging community.  As a bonus, it will help get your blog a lot of free publicity!

Ideally, I’m looking for someone who has never hosted a carnival before but old hands are welcome to volunteer too.

If you simply can’t wait for December’s Carnival of Maths then you can get your fix of community mathematical  goodness from the next Math Teachers at Play Carnvial.  Set to be hosted on 20th November by Denise of Let’s Play Math, the MTAP carnival focuses on preK-12 mathematics but, despite its name, it isn’t just for math teachers – anyone can join in.

Update (9th November 2009): The quest for the next carnival host is over.  The 60th edition of the Carnival of Math will be hosted on Friday December 4th over at Sumidiot.  Start getting your submissions in now and help make this the best carnival ever.

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