Daily Archives: August 15, 2011

Liar’s Paradox

Consider the Liar sentence ‘This very sentence is false’. Is it true, false, neither or both? From Wikipedia: Liar’s Paradox This video is part of a series of work by High Tech High Media Arts 12th grade students in the … Continue reading

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Math For All: Exploring Patterns in Pascal’s Triangle

Here’s something to investigate: Look at the triangle using the divisors 3, 5, and 7. Do you see a pattern? What do 3, 5, and 7 have in common? Now try 9. Does the pattern continue? Can you figure out … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Chessboard

There are many examples of how poorly our minds are equipped to think exponentially. Oh, we can do it – but we often realize our mistake too late. This story is a classic. Long long ago in an ancient land, … Continue reading

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Top 10 wackiest hotel rooms

(1) Free Spirit Tree Spheres, Qualicum Bay, B.C., Canada Check out the website Free Spirit Spheres (2) The Karl Lagerfeld Chocolate Room, La Reserve hotel, Paris Read more …. (3) Giraffe Manor, Nairobi, Kenya Check out the website Giraffe Manor … Continue reading

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