Mathematicians studying fluid dynamics designed experiments to watch how lollipops dissolve.
In this live interview from the Aspen Ideas Festival, Ira asks mathematicians and educators if there’s a better way to learn math.
Ira Flatow and the SciFri crew will put on a live show in Colorado on June 30th.
In this activity from IRIS, students explore a mechanical model of a fault to learn how energy is stored elastically in rocks and released suddenly as an earthquake.
Methodically slice up four pies to reach the irrational number pi.
Put your pi(e) prowess to the test.
Use a measuring cup to figure out the density of snow.
Simulate a sneeze with paint, then graphically determine where most of it lands.
Three delicious math games you can play on your waffles to build math fact fluency and geometry skills, from the folks at Bedtime Math.
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