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Erik Seligman  
These "show notes" accompany a short podcast of the same name that explores "fun, interesting, or just plain weird corners of mathematics that you probably didn't hear in school." Posts, which date back to December, 2011, have included "Flat People Give Me Indigestion," "How Polish Math Saved Europe," "Exponentials for Easter," "A Mathematical Nuclear Bomb," "Death by Theorem," "A Billion Frenchmen Can Be Wrong," "Why Statisticians Stink at Statistics," "Twistier Than You Thought," and "Perfect Maps." Seligman, an engineer with teacher certification, serves on the board of directors of his local school district. Also available from http://mathmutation.blogspot.co.uk/.  


Levels:  Middle School (68), High School (912), College 
Languages:  English 
Resource Types:  Audio, Recreations 
Math Topics:  Basic Algebra, Arithmetic/Early Math, Calculus (Single Variable), Discrete Math, HigherDimensional Geometry, Euclidean Plane Geometry, NonEuclidean Geometry, Transformational Geometry, History and Biography, Logic/Foundations, Number Theory, PreCalculus, Data Analysis, Probability, Statistics, Topology, Applications/Connections 
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