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Top ten vote issue 13

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Top Ten: Calculator buttons

This issue, Top Ten features the top ten calculator buttons! Then vote here on the waves for issue 14!

At 10, it’s Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of…) by Lou Bega.
At 9, it’s All Apologies by Nirvana.
At 8, it’s Mambo No.5 (A Little Bit Of…) by Lou Bega.
At 7, it’s Up Allnight by Beck.
At 6, it’s Mambo No.5 (A Little Bit Of...) by Lou Bega.
At 5, it’s M+ambo No.5 (A Little Bit Of…) by Lou Bega.
At 4, it’s Mambo No.5 (A Little Bit 0f…) by Lou Bega.
At 3, it’s My Name = by Eminem.
At 2 this issue, it’s Thunderstruck by AC/DC.
At 1, it’s Mambo No.5 (A Little Bit Off…) by Lou Bega.
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Top Ten: Maths-themed days out

This issue, Top Ten features the top ten maths-themed days out! Then vote here on the top ten calculator buttons for issue 13!

At 10, it’s the scorpion enclosure at London Zoo.
At 9, why not take a punt on Cambridge’s mathematical bridge?
At 8, it’s Escher in the Palace in The Hague.
Don’t throw away your shot to visit the bridge where it happened: you’ll be back to see number 7, Broom Bridge in Dublin.
Enjoy a cracking day out at number 6, Bletchley Park: it’s the bombe!
At 5, it’s a visit to both Bletchley Park and the National Museum of Computing on the same day.
The only safe cycling experience in New York is our number 4, at MoMath: the National Museum of Mathematics.
At 3, it’s a trip to the Lake District with a calculator.

At 2, it’s one of the perfect places to walk one mile south, one mile east, then one mile north: the north pole.
Topping the charts for a record seven weeks, it’s a walking tour of Königsberg.
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Top ten vote issue 11

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Top Ten: pictures of scorpions

This issue, Top Ten features the top ten pictures of scorpions! Then vote here on the top ten maths-themed days out for issue 12!

At 10, it’s Wind of Change by The Scorpions.
At 9, it’s scorPioneers by Bloc Party.
At 8, it’s scorpIonisation, Edgard Var&egrace;se’s work that features only percussion instruments.
At 7, it’s scorpiOne by U2.
At 6, it’s sCorpus Christi Carol by Jeff Buckley.
At 5, it’s scorpiOnce in a Lifetime by The Talking Heads.
At 4, it’s scorpiOn The Road Again by Willie Nelson.
At 3, it’s scorpiOne of These Days by Camper Van Beethoven.

At 2, it’s I Write Sins Not Tragedies by Panic! at the Discorpion.
Topping the pops this issue, it’s the album Scorpion by Drake.
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Top Ten: issues of Chalkdust

This issue, Top Ten features the top ten issues of Chalkdust! Then vote here on the top ten pictures of scorpions for issue 11!

At 10, it’s the tenth most egg-cellent issue of Chalkdust: issue 06.
At 9, it’s issue 02, the difficult second issue.
At 8, it’s John Lennon’s latest avant garde composition: issue 09. issue 09. issue 09. issue 09. issue 09. issue 09. issue 09. issue 09. issue 09. issue 09. issue 09. issue 09.
At 7, it’s Puff, the Magic Dragon Curves by Peter, issue 05 and Mary.
At 6, it’s the issue that will explain why the vote to put this issue in sixth place is unfair: issue 03.
At 5, it’s When I’m issue 04 by The Beatles.
At 4, it’s the only issue printed on A5 paper (which was a mistake, just like the minidisc): issue 01.
At 3, it’s You’re my number three issue of Chalkdust by S Club issue 07.

After a whole year at number 1, it’s the issue that’s finally been knocked down to number 2: issue 08.
Topping the pops this issue, it’s a new entry and a brand new release: issue 10.
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Top Ten: Chalkdust regulars

This issue, Top Ten features the top ten Chalkdust regulars! Then vote here on the top ten issues of Chalkdust for issue 10!

At 10, it’s the page you probably didn’t use to find this page: the contents page.
At 9, it’s the big block of text on the page that no-one looks at: the editorial.
Did you know that the online vote is the reason that did you know made it to number 8?
At 7, but about to move to 14 as an infinite number of people have arrived, it’s Hilbert’s hotel: the game.
At 6, it’s the puzzles page. Can you work out why it’s so popular?
At 5, and causing a moderate amount of recursion, it’s top ten.
At 4, despite being deemed not hot, it’s what’s hot and what’s not.
Storming back into the top ten after not being seen since issue 03, it’s the horoscope.

Dear Dirichlet,

what is the second most popular Chalkdust regular?

Dirichlet says: No idea.

Topping the pops this issue, it’s the crossnumber.