## Puzzle Broadcasts on the Math Factor

Is anyone in the mood for a good math puzzle? The Math Factor is a well-established resource of just that. University of Arkansas professor, Chaim Goodman-Strauss and radio journalist, Kyle Kellams, have been broadcasting weekly math-puzzle segments since 2004 on Kellams’ show Ozarks at Large. The Math Factor website is a steadily-growing archive of their work. Goodman-Strauss, together with Edmund Harriss , Stephen Morris, and Jeff Yoak, provide the content (which contains works from Lewis Carroll, among others). Several older puzzle posts include podcasts of Goodman-Strauss, and other contributors, explaining the answers on Kellams’ show. There are also links for comments if you would like to post a response to a puzzle. Also available: a poster in case you’d like to help advertise! The Math Factor on Twitter (username: @Mathfactor or hashtag #mathfactor) Goodman-Strass’ graphics page Possibly Related Posts: Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast about ESIL Lens Add Graphs In The World to Courses Bringing the Real World to Your Math Class Every Day Taking the Algebra Out of College Algebra Group Exploration in...

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