Amazing Math Tattoos!

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6 x 9 = 42 Summation Tattoo Complicated formula tattoo Golden ratio tattoo Quadratic formula tattoo Silly math tattoo Determinant tattoo e^{i pi}+1 = 0 2^5 Tattoo e^{i pi}+1 = 0 0/1 Matrix Tattoo Physics Tattoo Physics Tattoo Knuckle Tattoo e^{i pi}+1 = 0 Numbers Tattoo Numbers Tattoo

Patricia Heaton has troubles with easy math

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Patricia Heaton (from the tv show “Everybody Loves Raymond”), has a hard time on one incredibly easy question for $50,000 for charity on the Millionaire 10th Anniversary Celebration. The question is: If a euro is worth $1.50, five euros is worth what?a) thirty quartersb) fifty dimesc) seventy nickelsd) ninety pennies After five minutes of struggling, …

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The Math Book (tells the history of mathematics)

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Written by Clifford Pickover, The Math Book, covers 250 milestones in mathematics. It has information about the Fibonacci series, the Goldbach Conjecture, Benford’s Law, the Prisoner’s Dilemma, Newcomb’s Paradox, Tokarsky’s Unilluminable Room, discovery of pi, etc. Each two-page spread has an excellent story about a mathematical principle, discovery, puzzle, or person. You can find more …

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How to play STRIMKO

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I thought it would be fun to create a video on “How to play strimko.” It’s just like Sudoku but more fun!! Hopefully the creators over at strimko.com don’t mind me posting it on Youtube ^_^ You can view the video here (and you can play the fun game at strimko.com).

Cool game – 20 questions – and how it works

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Twenty Questions is a popular game which encourages deductive reasoning. Usually, one person is chosen to be the answerer. That person chooses a subject but does not reveal this to the others. All other players are questioners. They each take turns asking a question which can be answered with a simple “Yes” or “No”. Lying …

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My favorite math blogs

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This is a list of some of my favorite math blogs that I keep an eye on. 360 A Mathematics Study Log with Musings and Views BetterExplained Casting Out Nines Conceptis addict Concerns of Young Mathematicians Continuities f(t) God Plays Dice Good Math, Bad Math jd2718 Let’s play math! Math Concepts Explained Walking Randomly