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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 Berserker  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 
Can you solve this diabolical combination lock problem?
Asked by LostInParadise  12 responses 
Math question (woodworking, not homework)
Asked by Yetanotheruser  5 responses