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Podcast: Episode 59 – Katie Steckles and Rufus Roberts, Maths busking

These are the show notes for episode 59 of the Travels in a Mathematical World Podcast. 59 is prime, the center prime number in a 3×3 prime magic square that has the smallest possible magic constant 177. More about 59 from Number Gossip.

At Outreach in Collaboration III at the Centre for Effective Learning in Science at Nottingham Trent University, Katie Steckles and Rufus Roberts talk to me about the phenomenon of ‘maths busking’. Find out more at mathsbusking.com.

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