The Mathematics of Simple Things
Very simple objects can yield great mathematical richness. Join mathematician Paul Zeitz in this first of an occasional series as he describes the surprising (and mathematical!) fun you can have with items as simple as a bag of cheap balloons and a tube of Skittles. Learn more and register at most.momath.org.
Venue: National Museum of Mathematics
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