real fact #812 111,111,111x111,111,111=12,345,678,987,654,321
What is this lid off ? :( I want to eat whatever this is.
"Maths week social events? Isn't that a contradiction in terms?"
Something to help them integrate.
If you're going to post maths puns, can you at least be original? That one was so derivative.
I think I'm eligible for induction in this maths pun thread, but I haven't the proof.
I think we're going off on a tangent here.
I wish there were a way to differentiate myself from you terrible punsmiths.
Addition. I don't know any maths puns but I was feeling left out.
Another pattern generated from bouncing balls radiating from a common point. Each ball has the same initial energy, and is allowed to bounce freely within the circle. There is a simple model for air resistance. Interestingly the balls seem to return to a common point after the first bounce.
Hotel rooms, in the desert. So you can fall asleep under the stars, without having to camp out. Just imagine what the stars would look like- this is definately on my bucket list.
Living Root Bridges
They are grown/built in Cherrapunji, India. Because they are alive and still growing, the bridges actually gain strength over time.
London Olympics 2012- basically what my summer consisted of. Nothing better than sitting down watching a bit of Tom Daley.