Posts Tagged ‘Funny Maths Blog’

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8. Mathematicians in Love

January 15, 2013

Mathematicians DO fall in love.

3D heart graph

You will find every heart graph that could warm your cockles of your heart here.

 

1 bad math pick upline

Sometimes mathematicians have bad pick up lines.

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2 imaginary friend

Sometimes they have imaginary friends

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5 her problem

She has her problems.

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5.1 math teacher

Has his problems.

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3 math date

Finally they go on a math date

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4 math in eye

He looks into her eyes.

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4 fibonacci rose

He buys her a Fibonacci rose

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6 fall in love

And they fall in math love

7 math ring

He buys her a ring or the other way around.

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8 nerd wedding invite

Send out the nerd wedding invites

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8 wedding graph

Weddings are a headache

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9 wedding cake

Get married

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10 math baby 1

One day they have a math baby like this.

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11 math baby 2

or like this.

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11 not pi cake

And they live mathily ever after.

 

Weird Math Activity

Make some Fibonacci Flowers using graph paper.

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Easter Egg Maths for Chocoholics!

March 16, 2012

Mathspig is, interested in the yummy-yummy weight of chocolate Easter Eggs and Rabbits. We even have Easter Bilbies in Australia.


 They’re so cute.

Once when Mathpigs little mathspiggies were in kinder we raffled a 5 kg Chocolate Rabbit called Rolf. People bought tickets but nobody actually wanted to win a 5 kg  ( 11 lb) chocolate killer rabbit called Rolf. Twice the winners donated Rolf back to good causes.  OMG, Rolf might still be doing the fund raising rounds terrifying little kids.

Is this Rolf?

EASTER EGG MATHS

So how heavy is a giant Easter Egg?

We can work it out mathspigs.

We can use the  formula for the volume of an ellipsoid to calculate the weight of a chocolate egg. It is an approximation.


The Density of Chocolate comes from the Mary Williams-Norton Lab Report.



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How Eating Chocolate Helps You Do Algebra:

Does the equation work? We’ll find out mathspigs.

Here is the best part:

Buy a Chocolate Easter Egg:

Measure:  b=  Height/2   cm*

                    a = Diameter /2   cm*

*( Measure Height and Diameter by holding the egg between 2 books)

   Thickness egg wall t =    ….. cm  

Density of Chocolate = 1.325 g/cm  

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***************************Now I will weigh my egg pieces. I had to break it to check the egg wall width I did. Really. **************************

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According to the Guinness Book of Records The largest chocolate rabbit in the world in fact.  Yes, this fella weighs 2,800 kg (6172 lb 15 oz) and is 3.4 m (11 ft) high and 2.2 m (7 ft) in diameter and was made in Brazil in 2009.  How many years would it take to eat that whopper bunny?

It is heavier than a Ford E-350 Extended Van with 6.8 litre V10 which weighs in @ 2,598.5 kg (5,729 lb)

Ahhhhh!!!!! The killer rabbit is comin’ back to get me. Ahhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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5. I’m Bored, Sir!

August 3, 2011

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See Mathspig blog. How do you measure boredom.

Get a Pie Chart

or Bar Graph happening @ Kids Zone

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11. In – House Nutty Professor

August 3, 2011

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They are not related

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Get one kid (You’ll know which one) to prepare a mock presentation of the subject getting things wrong.

If the kids don’t ‘get it’ you say ‘Is he/she right, then?’

Could be frightening.

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Top 10 Funny Maths Videos

September 10, 2010

James Blunt : Love Triangle

That’s Mathematics  Song plus Maths Mistakes Galore!!!

Mad TV Funny Maths video

Tom Lehrer:  New Maths

Fab I will derive Song

Weird but funny!

I am Algebra

How to AVOID the Top Ten Algebra Mistakes

by Following these Top Ten Algebra Rules

Black Adder Addition

Fractions to Beatles Song


And now for our Celebrity Top of the Pops:

Simba Sings a Maths Song