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Carnival of Mathematics #221

Carnival of Mathematics #221 from the Aperiodical. These are articles from the month of October in math communications.

Graffiti on Brick Wall Says Everything Has Beauty but Not Everyone Can See It

Explore Over 100 Links and Meet the Storytellers Who Bring Mathematics to Life

Unlock the exciting world of mathematics with our comprehensive list of 100+ resources. Including TV shows, podcasts, books, websites, and more. Meet the experts who make math fun and accessible for all.

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Fostering Math Confidence and Diversity in Technology

Join us on a journey of breaking stereotypes and supporting inclusivity in Technology,

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Math Communications as Rebellion

Explore the power of math communication as a form of rebellion, overcoming trauma, and fostering a supportive community. Uncover the importance of math communication and the potential it holds for transforming lives.

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My Favorite Video from Every Year of Numberphile

Discover the top 10 must-see Numberphile videos! From mind-bending math puzzles to fascinating number theories, these videos are sure to spark your curiosity and ignite your love for creative problem-solving.

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The Role of Creative Play in Mathematics

Discover how creative play can enhance your understanding of math and improve your skills. Join the author on their journey of finding joy in algebra through self-made games, and learn the importance of imagination in learning any craft.