# Mathematical Challenge #001

Paul is building a room. The room is a rectangular prism. Paul’s room is also magical. The length of the room is always equal to six metres times the number of apples in the basket in the middle of the room. The height of the room is always equal to the number of apples times feet times e to the power of the width divided … Continue reading Mathematical Challenge #001

# Dance

Come now, and take my handI want to dance with cand-or and rigor,so much splendor.We’ll spin the night awayFor joy is here to stayLet the stars inspire usLight the fire withinNow spin, spin, step, and spinLet all of your troubles sweat awayAnd let your hands find theirway onto my shoulders and then my hipsThen let your face make its way to my lips.I can feel … Continue reading Dance

The Learn Fun Facts blog posted an interesting fun fact about strings. Law’s fun fact is that 8+9+1+89+91=198. Why is this a fun fact? Because the left side of that equation takes every sequence of digits from 891 (except the whole thing) and adds them together to get the digits in reverse order. Contrary to Law’s statement, though, this is not the only three digit number … Continue reading