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Carnival of Mathematics 150

Episode 150 of the Carnival of Mathematics is now live, here on the CoDiMa blog. Did you know that there are 150 groups of order 900? For what values of n is it true that the number of groups of … Continue reading

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Carnival of Mathematics

The Carnival of Mathematics, a monthly blogging round-up, will be hosted on the CoDiMa site in October. (It travels round various mathematics blogs but is coordinated by Katie at The Aperiodical.) My contribution to the carnival is a piece called … Continue reading

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