Samuel Hansen of ACMEscience.com hosts the Relatively Prime math podcast. Season 2 just came out – it’s definitely worth checking out [Link]. Season 2 contains five episodes. I am on the episode entitled “Just choose a spot Bob” about my blog post about how to optimally choose a parking spot.
January 19, 2016
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By Laura Albert
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