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Students Embroiled in Conway’s Rational Tangles

Me: We’re going to do an activity today. Jonathan: Let me guess. It’s your favorite activity. M: How did you know that? J: You say that about everything we do. M: You have a problem with that? J: No. But I’ve lost track of how many favorites you have. M: And I’ve lost track of how many […]

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Math Teachers’ Circle

Last Monday morning I was on a SuperShuttle from SFO to the Creekside Inn. But I was running a little late, so the driver took me straight to the American Institute of Mathematics (AIM). I was expecting a tall building with lots of glass windows — instead the driver stopped here. I was at AIM to attend a one-week workshop on How to Run a […]

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