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Alef’s Corner: “It won’t work, sorry”

Alef thanks Nicolas Curien for the triangulation. Click here for other posts with Alef’s art.

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Ehud Friedgut: How many cubes of 2×2×2 fit into a box of size 8×4×3? (TYI 49)

This blog post is kindly written by Ehud Friedgut. My daughter, Shiri, who’s in seventh grade, had the following question in a math exam: How many cubes of 2×2×2 fit into a box of size 8×4×3? Shiri divided the volumes, … Continue reading

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To cheer you up in difficult times 35 combined with Test Your Intuition 48: Alef’s corner – Jazz and Math

Test your intuition: What is the true title of this drawing?

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ICM 2018 Rio (5) Assaf Naor, Geordie Williamson and Christian Lubich

This is my fifth and last report from ICM 2018 at Rio. I will talk a little about the three Wednesday plenary talks by Assaf Naor, Geordie Williamson, and Christian Lubich. See here for other posts about ICM2018. (For the … Continue reading

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Alef’s Corner: QED (two versions)

QED:  Version 2    

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Alef’s corner: Mathematical research

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To Cheer You Up in Difficult Times 28: Math On the Beach (Alef’s Corner)

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Alef Corner: ICM2022

Alef’s new piece for ICM 2022 will surely cheer you up!

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Alef’s Corner

After Picasso 1955. Happy Passover to all our readers. More from Alef’s corner

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