The electronic version of the latest issue of the Girls’ Angle Bulletin is now available on our website.

Volume 9, Number 3 begins with the concluding half of an interview with French mathematician Alice Guionnet. Prof. Guionnet is a professor of mathematics at MIT and an expert on random matrices.

The cover features an illustration by Julia Zimmerman for a fictional math story entitled *The Mountain Clock*. The Mountain Clock tells the story of an ancient King who decreed a 32-hour day.

Katherine Cliff, a graduate teaching fellow at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, contributes this issue’s *Math In Your World*. She brings the rational world of mathematics to the computation of probabilities for the Powerball lottery. If you work through this installment, you’ll be able to compute lottery probabilities and the value of a lottery ticket from scratch.

Anna continues her investigation of irreducible polynomials over the finite field with 2 elements. In this installment, she formulates 2 conjectures, works out implications of them, and proves one of them. Anna’s entire investigation traces back to an exercise suggested by Prof. Judy Walker in her interview from Volume 8, Number 6. Can you prove the conjecture she doesn’t prove?

Emily and Jasmine continue their quest for “nice” triangles. This time, they explore integer-sided triangles with no conditions at all on their angles. They determine the number of such triangles that have 2 given side lengths and begin to study the question of how many integer-sided triangles there are of a given perimeter.

In this issue’s *Learn By Doing*, you can try your hand at coming up with counterexamples. There are few things that so decisively prove a conjecture wrong than coming up with a counterexample!

There’s a lot more inside and we hope you enjoy it!

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