Introduction
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Definitions from examples - some exercises
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On what basis do we decide whether squares are rectangles?
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This is the fourth part of Glagalbagal’s story. You can find the previous parts here: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Please share this with those who you think…
Growing his empire
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In Part 1, Fliba and Lagard posed the question: should squares be types of rectangles? With help from Lagard’s sister Glagalbagal, they expanded the…
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An exploration of probability through murder - a preface
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I live streamed a webinar on Mathematical thinking a few days ago for an organization called Mahattattva (mahattattva.in). The recording is available…
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Part 2 can be found here, and Part 1 can be found here. As usual, like this post and share it. We ended part 2 with Fliba asking Lagard to add rhombuses…
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There has been a murder
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This is the third part of this series. Click here for part 1 and here for part 2. As usual, do share this with anybody who may be interested. I would…
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This is the first guest post on this substack, and is the first of three parts. Rashmi is a fellow member of ThinQ. Like me, she is interested in…
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