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Is the value of "e" too much for a high school graduate to be expected to know?
Asked by talljasperman  8 responses 
What do you think of Michael Crichton's view on the scientific era and environmentalism?
Asked by ScottyMcGeester  11 responses 
A little math challenge for you guys.
Asked by tp  4 responses 
Hey mathematicians, would you like to help me find patterns between rolling ball clocks?
Asked by phaedryx  3 responses 
I am trying to design a gradeappropriate questions for 6th grade using statistics.
Asked by 717richboy  5 responses 
Are marbles considered circles or spheres?
Asked by 717richboy  8 responses 
What do you think it would be like to walk through a structure shaped like a Menger Sponge 3D fractal?
Asked by LostInParadise  6 responses 
When did a Trillion shrink?
Asked by majorrich  17 responses 
Can you find the slick solution to this geometry problem?
Asked by LostInParadise  5 responses 
Do coloring books say anything about children?
Asked by Symbeline  24 responses 
Programming/math question, please see inside (if you're a math wizard)
Asked by Zyx  6 responses 
Can you prove that this puzzle game is always solvable?
Asked by PhiNotPi  1 response 
Using only mental calculation, how closely can you approximate 89/99 as a decimal?
Asked by LostInParadise  20 responses 
Math help : how do I solve out sin (u+v) + sin(uv)?
Asked by nailpolishfanatic  4 responses 
Why are American boys much more likely to see a future in science than American girls?
Asked by burntbonez  9 responses 
What do you think of this educational game?
Asked by LostInParadise  7 responses 
How do I "solve" this system of equations when there is random variability involved?
Asked by PhiNotPi  6 responses 
Am I doing something dumb with arithmetic?
Asked by Bill1939  13 responses 
If 4! = 1x2x3x4 and is called 4 factorial, what is the sum of the numbers e.g. 4(?)= (1+2+3+4) called?
Asked by LuckyGuy  19 responses 
About how much gas is used on a 95 mile trip?
Asked by JessK  7 responses 
What are the different sizes of infinity?
Asked by PhiNotPi  18 responses 
Recall a parody of how math word problems have changed over time and how they reflect lowered educational standards?
Asked by Jeruba  5 responses 
If 20% of pea pods contain 80% of the peas, it is possible for the number of peas in a pod to be normally distributed?
Asked by PhiNotPi  8 responses 
What do you think of this explanation for why perpendicualar lines have negative reciprocal slope?
Asked by LostInParadise  7 responses 
If you had to answer why the axioms of logic and mathematics are the way they are, what would you say?
Asked by Questionsaboutstuff  15 responses