Welcome to this week’s Math Munch! What you see there is a 10 pound note. You know, British money. So who’s that guy on there? Must be a president or king or prime minister or something, right? NO! That’s Alan Turing, one of the most important mathematicians of the 20th century. During WWII, he was […]

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# Music Box, FatFonts, and the Yoshimoto Cube

Welcome to this week’s Math Munch! With the transit of Venus just behind us and the summer solstice just ahead, I’ve got the planets and orbits on my mind. I can’t believe I haven’t yet shared with you all the Whitney Music Box. It’s the brainchild of Jim Bumgardner, a man of many talents and […]

# Nice Neighbors, Spinning GIFs, and Breakfast

Welcome to this week’s Math Munch! Math projects are exciting—especially when a whole bunch of people work together. One example of big-time collaboration is the GIMPS project, where anyone can use their computer to help find the next large prime number. Another is the recent MegaMenger project, where people from all over the world helped to build […]