# 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.

# Favourites #4

After months of a drought because of school, it's time to post again. I'm sorry I couldn't post more, and I'll try my best. And I know today's post is short, but I'm really out of time and I want to get this out on time. Sorry! Song: We Can Dream by Creo Ah, Creo. … Continue reading Favourites #4

# 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...).

# Random challenge 2 part 2

This is the "sequel" to the post "Random challenge 2", where we talked about division by zero. In this post, we talk about 0^0, or zero to the power of zero.

# This is a day…

Today's post is a bit more special than my original posts. It's someone special's special day! Dedicated to my brother.

# Favourites #2

Two months ago, I promised a second 'Favourites' post (kind of) recapping everything that happened during the two months. And here it is! Also, thank you for all the support you've given me, and we reached a hundred blog post with this! Thank you so much! Song: Colorblind by Panda Eyes/Antipixel by Panda Eyes These … Continue reading Favourites #2

# It’s the not fast-growing hierarchy!

What is the slowest growing function ever? How do you represent it? With slow-growing hierarchy.

# Feesh number1

Who loves fish? If you do, YOU'LL LOVE THIS! jk but this number is still huge, but smaller than Rayo's number.

# Favourites #1

The new series on my blog, the favourites, first one on the series, posting these every two months.

# The unreachable, the impossible, the multidimensional…

Level five of Conway's Soldiers, once thought impossible, but proved possible with certain manipulations. Credits to Simon Tatham and Gareth Taylor for the solution.