## Some of the best comics from Spiked Math

Here are some hilarious math-related situations in comic form, courtesy of Spiked Math Games! Source

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# Spiked Math Comics

## Some of the best comics from Spiked Math

## My favorite math comics from Spiked Math

## Cake – Spiked Math Comics

## Mind Calculating (Spiked Math comic)

## Math Movie Quiz Solutions

## 10/10/10 Day

## Inventors of Calculus: Leibniz and Newton

## Conway’s Game of Death (i.e. Brian’s Brain)

## Mathematics Patch Notes

## Love Letter (comic by 123zc1)

Here are some hilarious math-related situations in comic form, courtesy of Spiked Math Games! Source

Spiked Math comics is a math comic dedicated to humor, educate and entertain the geek in you. Here are the top comics of the series: Source Source Source Source Source Source

What I had in mind: The cake is a lie algebra ðŸ™‚ Cake – Spiked Math.

The text for the recent Spiked Math comic: Popular Math Fad Hits the West Coast Reported by David Jones SALINAS, Calif – This season’s hottest fad is ‘mind calculating’, a fad inspired by 12-year-old Alex Courant, a student at North York Elementary School. For those of you who still don’t know, ‘mind calculating’ is when …

((Update: Solutions located HERE)) Spiked Math’s three part “Math Movie Quiz”: The solutions (reading left to right followed by top to bottom) are: Quiz 1 1. The Matrix (1999) 2. Signs (2002) 3. Ball of Fire (1941) 4. Duck Soup (1933) 5. Cross of Iron (1977) 6. The Social Network (2010) 7. Sin City (2005) …

10/10/10 Day according to google: And: Spiked Math’s take on 10/10/10 Day.

Here they are spotted at the grocery store. Yummy!! If they had Facebook:

The above comic illustrates Brian’s Brain, a cellular automaton devised by Brian Silverman. It’s similar to Conway’s Game of Life, but instead of 2 states there are 3 states that each cell can take. One simulation of a random seed after 44 generations is: The black cells are zombies, yellow cells are dead, and orange …

(via Spiked Math) Patch Notes 1.02a “Mathematics will never be the same.” Introducing Probability 2.0 Upgraded probability to include real numbers in the range from 0 to 2. Switching in the monty hall problem is now the same as not switching. Due to high demand, correlation now implies causation. Graph Theory Features Fixed glitch in …

Thanks to 123zc1 for this Spiked Math parody comic!