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Day 133: The Locker Problem (Again)

This morning mrdardy dropped by:

This is one of my all-time favorite problems. I usually set this up with 500 lockers. This kind of forces students to use the important problem-solving principle of reducing a complex problem to a much simpler one. 185 more words


Onto chapter 4

The house was getting shown today, so I put a quick patch onto my old school bag and walked my ass down to the library to study for a few hours. 78 more words

Challenge Accepted

Borrowing from the MTBoS

I’m guessing that most of you reading this are familiar with the awkward acronym for the Math Twitter Blog-o-S… 388 more words

Sphericon, National Curve Bank, and Cardioid String Art

Welcome to this week’s Math Munch!

Behold the Sphericon!

What is that? Well, it rolls like a sphere, but is made of two cones attached with a twist– hence, the spheri-con! 609 more words

Math Munch

Thursday, March 26th

In class:  We took our volume quiz.

Homework:  Lesson 11 Exercise #4, Problem Set #1-9, skip #2