Note the daily deal today for Simon’s book on Kindle.

Originally posted on Mathematics, Learning and Technology:

May 14th – get the book as a deal today

on Kindle:UK £1.09 USA $1.70

In Simon Singh’s **‘The Simpson’s and Their Mathematical Secrets”**, now published in paperback Simon explains how writers have included mathematical jokes throughout the cartoon’s twenty-five year history. Here Simon Singh answers some questions I put to him.

I love the scene with Lisa surrounded by all her books including the one with Euler’s identity! I suppose if I had to pick a favourite mathematics reference in The Simpsons, then it would be that one – do you have a favourite?

It has to be Fermat’s last theorem, which appears in two episodes, namely “Treehouse of Horror VI” and “The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace”. My first book was all about Fermat’s notorious problem, so it is close to my heart and seeing it make cameo appearances in the world’s favorite TV…

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