This article is a continuation of a previous article of mine published in the March 2021 issue of Math & CS Research, called Bucky Balls.
I define spherical fullerenes. Then, I bring up a problem about them that is currently unsolved, show how it can be reworded into an easier-to-solve form, and list some strategies which could be used to solve it.
Comparing the divisibility rules for different bases, and determining which ones would be easiest to use as a replacement for base 10.
A glimpse at what goes into predicting the results of an election and a case study on this year’s presidential contest.