romantic mathematics
Feb 12th 2015

Romantic Mathematics

There are tons of reasons why people like math. Firstly, it makes your life easier (really!). Secondly, real world math always starts with a riddle. (We bet you might think it starts with some dumb definitions, followed by some boring numbers, from which you get a mildly interesting result.)
Do you use word “beautiful” in connection with mathematics? I guess not. Mathematical beauty, however, does exists, yet can be revealed by those who’re deeply involved into math.
MyMathDone wants to share some love with you, so…drumroll, please – meet our new infographic!
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How to cope with autism
Jan 29th 2015

How to cope with autism

According to the latest report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in 68 U.S. children has an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a 30 percent increase from just two years ago, but it is not clear why. There are many resources offering valuable information on autism available on the internet and also wants to help those struggling with this disease to overcome their challenges.

Article 5. Online Math Competitions
Jan 27th 2015

Online Math Competitions

Online Mathematics competitions, also called as Mathematical Olympiads, are competitive math events wherein the participants sit for a mathematics test. The test usually requires multiple choice or numerical answers so it could be a little harder than any other academic competition. Aside from that, it also demands a detailed written solution. This serves as the proof of how one comes up with his answer.

Article 6. 10 Things You Didn't Know About Math
Jan 14th 2015

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Math

1. Pythagoras’ followers used little rocks to represent numbers. Hence the name of Calculus was born which means pebbles in Greek. 2. Googol is the term used for a number 1 followed by 100 zeros. The term was coined in 1938 by 9-year-old Milton Sirotta, nephew of American mathematician Edward Kasner. 3. The word “hundred” derives from the old Norse word “hundrath”. It meant not 100 but 120. 4. The number 5 is pronounced as ‘Ha’ in the Thai language. 555 is also used by some as slang for ‘HaHaHa’.

Dec 19th 2014

Top 10 Children’s Christmas Books

Ah, Christmas. There’s no denying that it’s the most wonderful time of the year; there are those who say they abhor it and that it’s becoming way too commercialized but