The Carnival of Mathematics is returning to CatSynth this Friday!

You can submit your mathematical articles to the carnival by leaving a comment here, contacting us, or the carnival submission form. Leaving a comment is the best way to ensure your article will make it in time, but we will be compiling results from all sources and using our best mathematical talents to test for equivalency among multiple submissions.

Large praise for this well written and easily understandable contribution. I take up this blog to my favorites and times will soon again by-look.

This submission might very well be too simple for the carnival, but it works great for my English Language Learner students:

http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/2008/08/06/math-word-game/

Hiya

I tried using the submission form but it doesn’t seem to know that you are hosting this one so here is my submission:

http://www.walkingrandomly.com/?p=133

Thanks for hosting the carnival,

Mike

Here’s one from me

Phylogenetics and Algebraic Geometry

A recent post about order of operations, or mathematics in popular culture, depending on how you spin it.

http://threesixty360.wordpress.com/2008/07/31/order-of-operations-does-it-really-matter/

My submission is Coloring a plane, which solves an interesting puzzle in geometry suggested by Skeptic’s Play.