# 13 completely different graphs that are (almost) the same

Yes, we're going to have a dinosaur in this, except it's made of (partly) zero-dimensional points... never mind, they're two-dimensional circles.

# e day.

Just kidding! Happy Pi Day! Today is March 14th, which is also known as "Pi Day." This is such a special day because pi is such a special number, the amazing ratio between circumferences and diameters. Pi is so cool because of its irrationality, its history and... because mathematicians said so. Happy Pi Day, everyone! … Continue reading e day.

# A cipher… without generating a key?

A unique type of cipher, I guess. Actually, never mind. I'm sure we've all thought of this before. Right? Right...? Hello? Can you read this? Never mind.

# Update again

(Hi! I'm Aeon, and this is a video.) Good morning, good evening, good afternoon, everyone. Welcome back to the Math we need to know blog, featuring the one and only author on this blog so far: me. I don't think I'm supposed to be writing this post right now, but... whatever. If I'm breaking the … Continue reading Update again

# Using math to decrypt messages

Probably the post with the most effort put into it so far. Jxyi feij mybb jqau oek jxhekwx q byjjbu ryj ev shofjewhqfxo mxysx Y cywxj unjudt ed yd vkjkhu feiji.

Alright. I think it's about time I address this issue. I have been getting a lot of spam comments lately, and most of them include links that lead to nothing of interest. One guy commented three times over the span of two days on one of my old posts that I forgot I wrote, and … Continue reading Regarding the spam comments

# The 4 4s problem… v100

Once again, credits to Enigmatic Code for providing the post. Puzzle 55: Ton up How can you divide 100 into four parts such that: adding 4 to the first part, subtracting 4 from the second part, multiplying the third part by 4 and dividing the fourth part by 4 results in all parts having the … Continue reading The 4 4s problem… v100

# 1, 2, 3, 4, … , +1?

The proof on the theorem of four consecutive numbers + 1, including a little example.

# The situation so far.

This is a post different from my usual posts, and it's going to be an update on everything important so far.

# The 0x10 problem

In this post, we cover a problem that the author created, involving hexadecimal and the alphabet (not so much the alphabet but...).