# Ermmmmmm!

What is Ermmmmm? What about m? If you tell me, then I'll figure out what it is. Haha ... very funny! If y! is 40320, then what is y? Obviously, it's 8. It's probably a hard question to inverse a factorial. For example, if x! is 2432902008176640000, then what is x? It's 20. ! are … Continue reading Ermmmmmm!

# Well, e.

Last post, I talked about e being used in other stuff. Well, the first example is this!!! e^ia = cos a +isin a. What?!?!?!?! That basically means that e to the power of sqrt(-1)*a (an angle expressed in radians/angles (but be sure to include the degree sign!)) equals the cosine of a plus sqrt(-1)*sin a. … Continue reading Well, e.

# I mean, where is this beautiful number even USED?!?!

Good question. Good question.The author Yes, yes, thank you. Now, if you can remember ANYTHING from the post "Nothing beats the beauty of this!", then you will know that φ is used in a lot of places and artwork. φ might be a drastic little number, but φ is very useful. For example, the Parthenon, … Continue reading I mean, where is this beautiful number even USED?!?!

# How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 4

Now this is awesome, and you can make a hexaflexagon out of food! The video below shows you how to make it. (Note: ingredients may vary) https://youtu.be/GTwrVAbV56o Tasty ... I can't really describe how to make one of these, so I'll leave all the explanations to the video. https://youtu.be/Svq2Kscmmwc Back in the days ... Enjoy! … Continue reading How to create the awesome hexagon to entertain you Part 4