Most of us don’t live on farms, but we all know that the sound of a rooster crowing as the wake-up call when the sun rises. But did you know that roosters crow at the right time every day even if there isn’t sun? Click “Read More” to find out about these amazing alarm clocks and do the math!
Note: As we do for religious holidays, in honor of this month we’re providing a second extra math problem about Ramadan, for those who celebrate or would like to learn more about it. Click “Read More” to do the math. Enjoy!
We love it when people find simple, clever tricks to solve silly problems. These tricks, or “hacks,” use stuff that’s just lying around the house in ways you’d never expect. Click “Read More” for some of these clever hacks, and see how doing the math can help, too!
It’s pretty easy to measure how tall you are: from the floor to the top of your head, no shoes allowed. But it’s a little more difficult to measure buildings: do you count up to the top floor? Or is it to the tippy top of the antenna? Click “Read More” to count your way to the top!
Getting gasoline for your car is pretty easy. But how does the gas get to that hose in the first place? Click “Read More” to find out and do the math behind gas!
It’s fun to eat at a restaurant, since each person can choose anything he’d like from the menu. And that matters a lot if your dog is coming along, too. At some restaurants in the U.S., there’s no need to bring home a doggy bag for your pooch – they’re allowed to come with you. Click “Read More” to chew on some numbers behind these doggy dinner hot spots.
Of all the clocks in the world, the most famous might be Big Ben. It’s also the biggest clock, as you can guess from the name, and rests inside one of the tallest clock towers. All of this adds up for some great math! Click “Read More” and take some time to do the math.
Have you ever wondered how far you walk every day? And how many steps you take to go that far? You can find out exactly how many steps you take by wearing a pedometer. Click “Read More” to do the math and be surprised at how your steps really add up during the day!
Charmin, the toilet paper maker, has decided to give away toilet paper as a gift, in case people need it. So a dump truck with thousands of rolls of Charmin toilet paper is driving around the U.S. and handing out free toilet paper in towns along the way. Click “Read More” to get on a roll and do the math!
If you love celebrating your birthday, try living 111 years – lots of birthdays, lots of parties. Maybe that was the plan for Dr. Alexander Imich, who is now the world’s oldest living man. And with that many birthdays, the numbers really start to add up – click “Read More” to do the math!