It’s always fun to learn fun math facts about our calendaring system. Wired has an article that has just a few examples that you can read about. Just click here.

Read MoreBeginning in the 1990s, the world of origami was dramatically changed by the introduction of mathematical methods in origami design. The most successful was a set of techniques called “circle packing,” which was a systematic way of constructing any origami figure topologically equivalent to a tree graph. In the new millennium, circle packing has been…

Read MoreGrowing up kids often wonder how the math they learn in class is significant, other than to help them past 5th grade. Math teachers and parents return the whiny complaints with generally vague facts of how math is used everyday and everywhere, not just in school. Today, the growing use of math in a vast…

Read MoreWe love math, and we know that we’re not the only ones. We always get excited when we find other sources of people highlighting the benifits of being a Math Major, even if it’s another University. Check out our "Links to Other Useful sites" page which is in the "Resources for Teachers" section, to find…

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