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This is the third in a series (see also Partitions of Graphs I and Partitions of Graphs II). Chances are you’ve played with graphs before. If you’ve ever played the Kevin Bacon game, you’ve played with graphs. The game goes … Continue reading
It has some great mathematical art.
I saw this post on another blog about a sculpture called 72 pencils. I decided I could make it also. Here is what I threw together. It was easier than I feared it would be: The original design is by … Continue reading
I visited my friends Peter and Liz (I stayed a few nights) and came back with a laundry list of things to post about: 1) They have some really cool polyhedra and mathematical quilts, so sometime I am going to … Continue reading
I recently learned that Eric, a friend and colleague of mine, was an artist for 7 years before getting a Ph.D. in math. He was a sculptor and printmaker. Here is some of his work: Since learning that he was … Continue reading