Saturday, December 6, 2014

March 2013: Ali, Scarface, Ms. Pacman, Pythagoras, Moses, and Easter

(from March 30, 2013)

"Kepler and Easter"

Decorating Easter Eggs!

(from March 26, 2013)

"Passover Math Cartoon"

Moses parts the red C

(from March 21, 2013)

"Pythagoras gets an idea"

Learn more about the Pythagorean Theorem at

(from March 15, 2013)

"80's Geometry class"  w/ Ms. Pacman

Totally awesome!

Go here for Pacman math questions 

(from "pi day" 1983)


"Say 'ello to pi, little friend"...  Tony Montana teaches math....

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(from March 1, 2013)

"Infinity vs. Ali"

No one can top infinity...

Friday, December 5, 2014

February 2013: Temperature (degrees), Singing parallelogram, Star Wars, and My Fair Lady

(from February 22, 2013)

"My Fair (Math) Lady"

Eliza Doolittle learns Geometry... 

(from February 15, 2013)

"Mass Lessons from the Jedi: Obi-Wan teaches Luke about vectors and force"

Two quick math & star wars riddles: 1) Which part of a square is Darth Vader's favorite? 2) Why did the 2 stubborn vectors gets lost?   Answers

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(from February 12, 2013)

"Secret Admirer"

Busy day for florists (and math messengers...)

Learn more about parallelograms...

(from February 2, 2013)

"Degrees of Comfort"

Life inside of a Thermometer -- (mathplane weekly cartoon #70)

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

January 2013: Greeting Cards, Ice Skating, Math Homebuilder, and Half-Life

(from January 24, 2013)

"Half Life and Dekay"

The Half-Life and Times of a Math Comic (presented by Mr. DeKay)

Learn more about half-life, growth and decay at

(from January 18, 2013)

"Math Homebuilders"

(from January 12, 2013)

"Eight, wonder of the world"

Math comic #67:  Figure 8's Skating....

find out more about 8 

(from January 7, 2013)

"Cre8tive Writing"

Greeting Cards from Mark Hall....

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Monday, December 1, 2014

December 2012: 12-12-12, The Holidays, and New Year's Eve..

(from December 31, 2012)

"A Year to Remember"

2013 Puzzle:

Using 2, 0, 1, 3, and any combination of math symbols/operations/functions, write equations that compute to every number between 1 and 25..

Download puzzle and solutions .pdf file

or, go to

(from December 24, 2012)

"Mix-up at the North Pole"

(from December 14, 2012)

"The Gift of the Math Guy"

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(from December 12, 2012)


(from December 9, 2012)

What is the sum of all the numbers on a roulette wheel?

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