# The answer to the pi = 4

Okay, the reason why it's wrong? It's in the video, but if you ignore videos, here is the answer. Zoom in on one of the corners of the square with a circle part in it. Oh wait! The circle on the right is not even a circle! So the 'circle' is not even a circle … Continue reading The answer to the pi = 4

# Some great math webs/books

Webs: Math with Bad Drawings by Ben Orlin. You ROCK!Mathematrec by Rich Holmes. Pretty cool!Math is FunKhan Academy by Sal Khan. Yes, Sal!Catriona Shearer's Twitter for the amazing geometry puzzles.and more Books: Math with Bad Drawings by Ben Orlin. Can't wait to read it!!!!!So you think you've got problems? by Alex BellosAdam Spencer's books. Damn, … Continue reading Some great math webs/books

# Conway’s game of life

Do you know about conway's game of life????? The Conway's game of Life has certain rules: the grid is a square grid.If a Square is black, then the square is alive. If not, it's dead. (no grey cells!)If an alive square has two or three alive neighbours, it will be alive in the next 'generation'.If … Continue reading Conway’s game of life

# Maths in chess!!!!!

Here is a list of chess math stuff. There are about infinitely many games possible of chess.The longest checkmate puzzle can be found to be a 1220-move mate. Can be found here.The shortest checkmate is in two moves, black mates white.There are 64 squares on a chess board. Terms and Conditions apply.If you are a … Continue reading Maths in chess!!!!!

# Sorry about the horrible interruption…

Remember that I was going to explain to you about the topology = potatoes thing? Okay, here it comes! topology? potatoes? Cross out the common letters to get logy = ates. l can transform into t by growing more arms topologically. so ogy = aes. y can deform into s, so og = ae. Deform … Continue reading Sorry about the horrible interruption…

# Transcendental numbers!

What are those?!?! Well, here's your answer!ME, THE AUTHOR Transcendental numbers are numbers that you can't do anything to it to get an integer. Besides power of 0, divide by itself, blah blah, blah. More formal: In mathematics, a transcendental number is a real number or complex number that is not an algebraic number—that is, not a root (i.e., solution) of a nonzero polynomial … Continue reading Transcendental numbers!

# !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What?! What?!?!?!?! Exclamation marks. It's not that. It's called FACTORIAL. A factorial of a number is basically "multiply all the numbers from one to the number" sort of thing. So 4! would be 24, 5! is 120, and 10! = 3628800. Factorials are like, everywhere. e equals the infinite sum of n equal to 0 … Continue reading !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!