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We are glad to have hosted 141-th Carnival of Mathematics ....

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Ganit Charcha will host Carnival of Mathematics #141 organized by aperiodical.com in December 2016.
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Add 2 with the numbers of the second column. The digits of the result (3rd Column) if are reversed gives a number (4th column) which is nothing but the same number multiplied by 2.
Question: Are these the only numbers which has this property?
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Sir Andrew Wiles won the 2016 Abel Prize in Mathematics.

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Captivating article on Pascal Triangle.

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Carnival of Mathematics 129 - an opportunity for us to celebrate 129th Birth Anniversary of Srinivasa Ramanujan

http://www.ganitcharcha.com/view-article-Carnival-of-Mathematics-129.html

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An opportunity for students of class VI, VII and VIII of India to celebrate National Mathematics Day of India by participating in a Competition. For details check out - http://www.ganitcharcha.com/view-event.php?id=11

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'Liang Zelich Theorem' - Could Change The Face Of Maths
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Xuming Liang and Ival Zelich are the youngest contributors to the International Journal of Geometry, with a paper on his theorem titled: ‘Generalisations of the Neuberg cubic to the Euler pencil of isopivotal cubics’. (http://ijgeometry.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/1.pdf)

Ivan Zelich's own words on 'Liang Zelich Theorem' - [source - stjohnsanglicancollege.com.au/wp-content/uploads/here8.pdf

The theorem essentially reduces calculations and makes things that are hard, simple. Or if anything, simpler. For example, a 5 paged
proof was simplified to 3 lines by one application of the theorem. Additionally, the theorem reveals hidden beauty between points,
things that wouldn't be originally noticed because it was simply too hard to see... The Liang-Zelich theorem is incredible already, but
of course there is still much to do, because the nature of this theorem, if generalised further, could help us understand the universe
better through string theory and multi-dimensional manifolds.
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