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Rearrange pieces of a triangle and a square goes missing. Is it magic or math?
3 Nov 2006
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An intriguing card trick that uses nothing but math. Simple to perform but complex to figure out. Works every time. See if you can find out how it works.
14 Dec 2006
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Sometimes, people have problems multiplying 9s. People say its too confusing and that other forms of math are easier. Well, if you can subtract, you can multiply by 9s
17 Dec 2006
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an easy and practical tutorial. if you donÂ´t know a word, or need to do a math operation with very big numbers Google saves the day
5 Dec 2006
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Prove math wrong once and for all!!!!!
17 Dec 2006
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I am playing with math, and into my disbelief.....I have prove something, do you agree?
13 Dec 2006
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little cool stuff for amazed math world
14 Dec 2006
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Using simple maths rules that a^2-b^2=(a+b)(a-b) and ab-b^2=b(a-b) , you can get this :)
20 Dec 2006
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It is a cool and astonishing math joke for having fun at parties or elsewhere :))
25 Dec 2006
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what will happen to you if you play monopoly ...... it's by math language
24 Dec 2006
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Using simple math we have proved that 1 = 0, but of course you can't really prove that 1=0 its just a funny equation to show to your friends!
25 Dec 2006
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How to find the exact position of fireworks from your home with simple math and Google Earth
27 Dec 2006
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Can math techniques prove girls are evil
4 Jan 2007
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December 2006 (Medialink) - They may look like your average teenagers, but spend a little time with them and you'll learn there's nothing average about them. They are the winners of the 2006-2007 Siemens Competition - the nation's premiere math, science and technology competition for high school students. The prize is almost \$1 million in combined scholarships. The top winner in the Individual Competition receives a whopping \$100,000 scholarship, while the winners of the team competition share one hundred grand. However, competition organizers point out that all of the finalists are winners since they beat out more than 1,600 applicants who registered for this year's competition. This year's finalists' projects included cutting edge research that could lead to the early identification of cancer, the prevention of Parkinson's disease, and the detection of bioterrorist agents. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Produced for Siemens
14 Jan 2007
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It will blow your mind. Keep a calculator handy unless your some sort of a math genius.
7 Jan 2007
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Test your intelligence Clever and simple math puzzle requiring you to think ingeniously and out of the box!
9 Jan 2007
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