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## Julie Rehmeyer's Articles

- Math Trek
## Million-dollar math prize awarded, but not necessarily accepted

The reclusive mathematician who proved the Poincaré conjecture may or may not claim his prize. - Math Trek
## The mutual inspiration of art and mathematics

Economics, origami and other fields trigger new and original creations. - Math Trek
## Teaching a computer to spot a bogus Bruegel

Mathematicians apply a technique from vision research to find fake art. - Math Trek
## Mathematics by collaboration

The Polymath project harnesses the power of the Internet to use massive collaboration to solve a major problem in record time - News
## Statistical tests suggestive of fraud in Iran’s election

One mathematician’s closer look at voter ballot data reveals that results run afoul of Benford’s Law and show other suspicious anomalies. - Math Trek
## The four color problem gets a sharp new hue

Mathematicians find new answers to the still puzzling theorem that four colors suffice to color any map. - Math Trek
## Mathematician answers Supreme Court plea

New, fair method for dividing states into congressional districts could reduce political squabbles. - Math Trek
## Darwin: The reluctant mathematician

Despite disliking mathematics, the great biologist inadvertently advanced statistics. - Math Trek
## When art and math collide

An exhibit of mathematical art reveals the aesthetic side of math. - Math Trek
## The Sudoku solution

Mathematicians use Sudoku to understand a mysterious, powerful algorithm.