It's the last day of September! Here's an Advanced Knowledge Problem of the Week to distract you from the evaporation of all your remaining excuses by which you could maintain that it's still summer.

Look below for my solution to this problem.

## Wednesday, September 30, 2015

## Monday, September 28, 2015

### Problem of the Week

You might already know or have heard what the answer itself is to today's Problem of the Week, but try working it out for yourself!

Check below the break for my own way of finding the answer.

Check below the break for my own way of finding the answer.

## Thursday, September 24, 2015

### Throwback Fact: Three German Mathematicians

Happy Oktoberfest! With the annual festival taking place right now in Germany, the Center of Math wanted to celebrate by talking about three famous German mathematicians for this week's Throwback Fact.

## Wednesday, September 23, 2015

### Advanced Knowledge Problem of the Week

Autumn is upon us! Or spring, if you're in the southern hemisphere. With that in mind, let's autumn into action with the Advanced Knowledge Problem of the Week:

You can find my solution to this one after the break.

You can find my solution to this one after the break.

## Tuesday, September 22, 2015

### The Worldwide Lecture Seminar Series Presents: Graham Denham

Join us this coming Friday for a talk by Graham Denham, of the University of Western Ontario, on Milnor fibres of hyperplane arrangements, presented by the

Once the presentation has happened, we'll post and make freely available the full event footage on our YouTube channel. For more

*Worldwide Lecture Seminar Series*. You can register to attend this event for free at http://centerofmath.eventbrite.com.Once the presentation has happened, we'll post and make freely available the full event footage on our YouTube channel. For more

*Worldwide Lecture Seminar Series*coverage, click here, or watch past talks we've hosted below:## Monday, September 21, 2015

### Problem of the Week

How's everyone's Mondays? Here's a Problem of the Week which I can assure you wasn't at all inspired by anything that's happened to me recently.

Take a look after the break to find out just how many man-hours are wasted by this confluence of laziness and bureaucracy.

Take a look after the break to find out just how many man-hours are wasted by this confluence of laziness and bureaucracy.

## Wednesday, September 16, 2015

### Advanced Knowledge Problem of the Week

Happy Wednesday! Here's this week's Advanced Knowledge Problem of the Week, whose content turns up in the theory of partial differential equations, but which can be solved with just partial differentiation know-how.

My solution's posted after the break.

My solution's posted after the break.

## Tuesday, September 15, 2015

### Mathematics on Twitter

The Center of Math loves using Twitter to connect with our fans, but we also love it because it allows us to spread math literacy to people around the world. On the Twitterverse we find awesome math content, so we wanted to share with you some of our favorite Twitters. Keep reading to see who made the list.

## Monday, September 14, 2015

### Problem of the Week

Have you ever been stuck somewhere for so long you just wanted to punch out the clock? Find out the consequences of that in today's Problem of the Week!

Like always, I've got the solution posted after the break.

Like always, I've got the solution posted after the break.

## Thursday, September 10, 2015

### Throwback Fact: The ACT

With the first ACT exam quickly approaching--this Saturday, in fact!--the Center of Math wanted to talk about the history of the ACT and
how it has evolved over the years. Although the
ACT has not been around as long as the SAT, it has become just as popular and is
now accepted by all universities and colleges in the US.

## Wednesday, September 9, 2015

### Advanced Knowledge Problem of the Week

Good morning, everyone! Here's an Advanced Knowledge Problem of the Week based in some commutative algebra.

As always, my proof for this problem can be found after the break.

As always, my proof for this problem can be found after the break.

## Monday, September 7, 2015

### Problem of the Week

Happy Labor Day, everyone! In celebration of the time off, here's a Problem of the Week that's about a fun game... or rather, a not-so-fun game, as you're going to figure out in the Problem itself!

You can find my solution after the break, like always.

You can find my solution after the break, like always.

## Wednesday, September 2, 2015

### Advanced Knowledge Problem of the Week

School's starting up again, but at this point I'd hazard that it's mostly the handing out of syllabuses with nary an interesting problem in sight. Here's the Advanced Knowledge Problem of the Week to keep your gears running.

You can check out the solution for this one after the break.

You can check out the solution for this one after the break.

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