Did you know math can even be a part of cooking eggs?! Try some eggsciting math here!
Ever wonder what’s really inside your favorite ice cream flavors that make them so yummy? Read on to see how the ingredients in different ice creams add up to a delicious dessert!
What do mac ‘n cheese, poetry, and math have in common? Read on to find out – and use your noodle!
How many licks does it take to get to the middle of a lollipop? Well, now the age-old question has been answered with some math and science! Read on to find out – and maybe try it out for yourself!
Chocolate Easter bunnies are yummy, and usually get gobbled up right away. But you might think twice before nibbling on this one! Read on to do the math on this extra-expensive, extra-large chocolate bunny.
If you want a great job when you grow up, guess what: you could be an “ice cream taster.” With counting chocolate chips, and sampling a fraction of the cartons, there’s a ton of math in this tasty job! Read on to see just how much, and try it out for yourself.
How do you tell the story of Passover with a Rube Goldberg machine? Read on to find out, and do the math in this crazy telling of Passover!
Today is April Fools’ Day, the day we play pranks on people, like freezing the milk in their cereal, to make them look like fools. Click “Read More” to do the April Fools’ Day math…and maybe get a few ideas for tricks!
Just how many cupcakes do you have to eat in a variety pack until you end up with your favorite combination of cake and frosting? Read on to find out and do the yummy cupcake math!
We all like different music from each other. You and your friend might like some of the same songs, but not every song, and your parents definitely don’t like all the same songs as you. So what about cows: do cows all like the same music? And is there one kind they like best? Scientists studied this a few years ago by playing different songs for cows to see if the cows made more milk during certain songs. They found that when listening to songs with fewer than 100 beats a minute – maybe about 1 beat per second – the cows gave 3% more milk: in the time the farmers normally got 100 cups from them, they now got an extra 3 cups. Even though people have been studying this since the 1930’s, no one’s sure whether music really makes cows make more milk – or more importantly, whether the milk tastes better.