In this episode of Wrong, But Useful, we’re joined by @dr_teeluck, who is Dr Vijay Teeluck in real life.
- sunrise (posts by @colinthemathmo and by me got the same answer, someone else disagrees, nice thing to explore)
- favourite numbers
- a lovely post by @samhartburn about tetrahedra fitting through each other
- bridges (why are the bricks not parallel with the road?)
- The R0 value of the coronavirus
- Internet once again astonished that multiplication commutes
- Perfect espresso formula
In communicate the bloody thing properly news:
- via @peterrowlett: 30 A*s in one class
- via @peterrowlett: Funding boost
- via @peterrowlett: call for hosts for Carnival of mathematics
- via @evelynjlamb: Google ngrams shows a dramatic spike for ‘enneagons’ (and other-gons) around 1820. Why?
Watch out for a special mini-episode next week!
A selection of other posts
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