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  • News

    A Fair Slice: New method makes for equitable eating

    Sometimes, a birthday celebration goes awry when a pair of partygoers squabble over the cake, both preferring the slice with the cherry or with the thickest icing. That sort of spat caught the attention of mathematicians, inspiring a new idea for making divisions fairly.

    The problem hinges on the definition of fair. Steven Brams of New York University and his colleagues...

    12/13/2006 - 12:25 Numbers
  • Math Trek

    Math Trails in Ottawa

    Housed in a spectacular building redolent of crystals and light, the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa was recently the setting for a highly unusual school event–a mathematics field trip!

    For several years, math teacher Ron Lancaster of Hamilton, Ontario, has been creating "math trails" for both students and teachers as a...

    11/06/2002 - 09:23 Numbers
  • Feature

    Close Calls

    10/17/1998 - 00:00