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.
what is the second most popular Chalkdust regular?
Dirichlet says: No idea.
Topping the pops this issue, it’s the crossnumber.
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Peculiar Deaths of Famous MathematiciansWe review the third of this year’s nominees for the Book of the Year
An Introduction to the Math of Voting MethodsWe review the second of this year’s nominees for the Book of the Year
A Ring of Cats and DogsWe review the first of this year’s nominees for the Book of the Year
Chalkdust Book of the Year 2022We announce the shortlist of our favourite maths-themed books of last year
Come to the issue 16 launch partyCelebrate the latest issue with us in London on 28 November