Adding the bounds demonstration (Putnam 1987 B1.) Posted on 2019/08/23 by Carl Reply Adding the bounds demonstration (Putnam 1987 B1.) pic.twitter.com/B87URTmN1y— 〈 Berger | Dillon 〉 (@InertialObservr) August 23, 2019

Cubic Bézier Curve Posted on 2019/08/23 by Carl Reply Cubic Bézier Curve#mtbos #iteachmath #math #maths pic.twitter.com/oZ6FCxm2ZN— Idan Tal (@MagicPi2) August 23, 2019

Möbius transformations of a minimal Seifert surface on 4 Hopf fibers Posted on 2019/08/23 by Carl Reply pic.twitter.com/382nOB9XHt— Daniel Piker (@KangarooPhysics) August 22, 2019

Shepard interpolation Posted on 2019/08/22 by Carl Reply Shepard interpolation is a surprisingly simple multi-dimensional interpolation method. It uses singular radial basis functions inversely proportional to the distances to the samples. Nearest neighbor interpolation is the limit case. https://t.co/FSKi0SYy7X pic.twitter.com/fRrZBhHIy2— Gabriel Peyré (@gabrielpeyre) August 21, 2019 Wikipedia: Inverse distance weighting

Magnetic field Posted on 2019/08/20 by Carl Reply Magnetic field in @geogebra:🔗https://t.co/ALi1uRWGuLI love the colors 😀#mathart #simulation #magnetic #field pic.twitter.com/gvHN4Uf3Xj— Juan Carlos (@PonceCampuzano) August 20, 2019

“A mathematician is a machine for turning coffee into theorems” – Paul Erdös Posted on 2019/08/15 by Carl Reply "A mathematician is a machine for turning coffee into theorems" – Paul Erdös pic.twitter.com/SFaRRY8Afs— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) August 15, 2019

Self-locate in the decimal digits of π Posted on 2019/08/12 by Carl Reply Jeff Roulston has found the following numbers that can self-locate in the decimal digits of π. The digit 1 is found in position 1 in 3.1415, the string 16,470 starts in position 16,470! pic.twitter.com/4ZToXLl4Sk— Fermat's Library (@fermatslibrary) August 12, 2019