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Math Fail Stats 2010

Hi all, My math fail new years resolution for 2011 is to update MathFail a bit more often (compared to the past two months). Some statistics on MathFail.com for January 1st, 2010 – December 31st, 2010: There were a total of 772,865 pageviews. The top 3 pages visited were: In the glossary of a programming …

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Defining Love

Over at MathNathan, Nathan tries to come up with a way to define love. It’s a quite interesting way to define “love”, something that is far from being trivial. He starts off with an axiom The rest of his post is at mathnathan.com. As for me, I love:

New features in Wolfram

As stated on the WolframAlpha blog, new features have been implemented: “You can ask directly for the probability of a full house or other common hands, as well as the probabilities of various outcomes when you play Powerball, roll two 12-sided dice, or repeat any sequence of trials with a 20% chance 4 times. … …

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MathFail.com Stats

Are people actually subscribed to my silly blog? The majority of traffic comes from google. The keywords “math fail” takes the lead followed by key phrases that have both “math” and “sex”. According to my search, some other site has the top position for math sex on google (without quotes)!! GRRRRrrrrrrrrrr…… I strive to be …

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How to make a chart

A nice flow chart on how to pick a chart. Created by Andrew Abela. Though the English version of this chart was posted in 2006, he just recently uploaded the chart in some other languages (for example french). Au revoir.