Mathematical Association of America

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The Mathematical Association of America is the world's largest community of mathematicians, students and enthusiasts.

The Mathematical Association of America is the world's largest community of mathematicians, students and enthusiasts.

303,995 followers

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Mathematical Milk and the U.S. Presidential Election - Keith Devlin mails his completed election ballot. What does math have to say about his act?With the

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I Love Teaching Math Maybe You Will Too - By Patrick Honner Patrick Honner, assembling a dodecahedral sculpture.Mathematics is a beautiful sub

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It was Twenty Years Ago Today - The title of the famous Beatles song does not exactly apply to Devlin’s Angle. The online column (no

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Then and Now: Devlin’s Angle Turned Twenty This Year - Devlin’s Angle turned 20 this year. The first post appeared on January 1, 1996, as part of the MAA’s

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A Mathematician Goes to Washington - By Katherine Crowley Senator Al Franken and Katherine Crowley. Photo Credit: Katherine CrowleyIn Dec

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Mathematics and the End of Days - A scene from Zero Days, a Magnolia Pictures resease. Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures The new doc

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What Does the UK Brexit Math Tell Us? - The recent (and in many respects ongoing) Brexit vote in the United Kingdom provides a superb exampl

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Infinity and Intuition - On May 30, Gary Antonick’s always interesting Numberplay section in the New York Times featured a co

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Algebraic Roots – Part 2 - What does it mean to “do algebra”? In Part 1, published here last month, I described how algebra (fr

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Algebraic roots – Part 1 - Fig. 1: A problem from the first ever algebra textbook.The first ever algebra text book was written

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