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Even if you’re strong at math, the podcast is worth listening to for his mental mathematics tips – a skill most people, even mathematics majors, have never been properly taught.

*QUESTION: What is your favorite mathematical podcast or audio program and why?* Please share your thoughts in the comments section of this post.

My former colleague Alejandro Erickson has created a wonderful new book of puzzles, a logic-game that focuses on geometric reasoning, rather than number reasoning like sudoku. It’s called Tomoku. In the video below, Alejandro demonstrates how to solve tomoku tatami puzzle from his book “Tomoku! 80 Challenging Tatami Puzzles”

You can give the game a try online on the Tomoku puzzle website

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In the video below, Patrick covers some basic properties of logarithms and provides several examples. Enjoy!

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