## Bagel Links

This is pretty cool. This site tells you how to cut you bagel to make it look like: Try it out if you are geeky enough ðŸ˜€ Someone else tried it on some other kind of pastry: But I can’t remember where I saw the second picture…

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# Cool Websites

## Bagel Links

## pi song

## Someone needs to sing this song

## Bing does your math homework

## Solving in Wolfram Alpha

## Counting By Ones Song

## A review of online whiteboard ScribLink

## Happy face math – CHEAT SHEET

## Detexify

## Physics Games

This is pretty cool. This site tells you how to cut you bagel to make it look like: Try it out if you are geeky enough ðŸ˜€ Someone else tried it on some other kind of pastry: But I can’t remember where I saw the second picture…

*Listening to the pi song* It loops. I’ve been listening to it for 7 hours now. I don’t know pi yet. But the song just recites the first x digits of pi over and over and over. I also don’t know x. I think this song is slowly killing me.

So, on this blog (with entry called “The truth is in there – Maxwell gives us the speed of light”), this guy posted lyrics to a song that he created about the speed of light. My favorite part is: “Since nabla rot E is -dB/dt, a field can never change at once all that we …

Let Bing.com (Microsoft’s search engine) do your math homework!! Typing”x^2 + 2x + 1 = 27″ into the search engine produced the two solutions above! Sweet.You may ask why/how? What’s behind this? The answer is… none other than… Wolfram|Alpha, and the recent deal they stuck with Microsoft.

If you want to solve an equation in WolframAlpha simply type: Solve 3×2+x-7=4x The neat thing here is that not only will WolframAlpha solve the equation, but it will also show you the steps!! Although, throwing in absolute values is going to confuse some of the students, since a lot of them don’t know that: …

It doesn’t take much to entertain me these days…The website called Have Fun Teaching has a song called “Counting by ones”, where essentially they do exactly that. They count from 1 to 50 lol. It’s rather catchy and supposed to be for kids, but so far I’ve listened to it multiple times!! Lyrics: “Here we …

Ever had to tutor someone in mathematics ONLINE!!? It can be difficult, especially if you’re just using an IM like MSN / AOL / ICQ / QQ / AIM / that google one / whatever else I’m missing ðŸ˜€ I decided to try out a few different online sites to make the process easier. In …

You might have seen this before, it seems to have made its way around the internet. It’s called Charlie Smith’s Happy Face Math: Cheat Sheet: First Column: 1st one is the inverse (ie, upside down) 2nd one is being squared (hence the square) 3rd one is being cubed (hence the cube) 4th one is supremum, …

Super cool website. Lets you draw symbols into a box and it’ll try to guess what the LaTeX code is!! http://detexify.kirelabs.org/classify.html The only problem I have with it right now, is that it’s rather slow generating the possible matches. If it could be lightning fast then it would be wayyy better ðŸ˜€

Need to waste some time? This site www.physicsgames.net has a crapload of games that involve concepts like gravity, projectiles, constructions, “destructions”, etc. So far, I’ve played Splitter, Superstacker, MagicPen 1 & 2, Top Figures, Insurgo, Demolition City 1 & 2, and 99 Bricks, among others. Of course the site didn’t make all these games, but …