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Mondrian Art Puzzles

Mondrian Art Puzzles Piet Mondrian was a Dutch painter who is now considered one of the great artists of the 20th century [1]. Among his other works, some of Mondrian’s art had a unique, geometric style that (no surprise) attracted the eyes and minds of mathematicians. His art looked a little something like this: From the clashing of two worlds,

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Flipping Pancakes

This article was originally published in the Winter/Spring 2016 edition of the MTCircular.   Facebook Twitter The Pancake Problem is a sorting problem with connections to computer science and DNA rearrangements, which leads to discussions of algorithms, sequences, and the usefulness of approximations and bounds. Te original problem was frst posed by mathematician Jacob Goodman under the pen name “Harry

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Math Communities Blog

Each week, we update our blog with a detailed look into a math activity as well as an article showing a unique look into math education and online learning. Posts added Thursdays at 7pm PT (Los Angeles Timezone).

Educators, do you have an idea you’d love to share? Contact us below to submit to our blog! 

Newsletter & Mailing List

Our weekly newsletter features upcoming joyful math activities and new blog posts. View previous issues by clicking on the image archive to the right.

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Math Circular

Coming in late 2020! The semi-annual Math Circular magazine collects stories, activities, and experiences from math professionals nationwide. 

While waiting for the first issue of the Math Circular, you can browse back issues of the previous version of our magazine, the MTCircular, which was published from 2011 to 2019.

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