‘Vehicles and Transportation’
Bedtime Math fan Lisa B. asked us, how many ice cream bars and popsicles does a truck sell in a day? It all depends on where the truck goes, but the numbers can really add up! Read on to cool down with the math in ice cream trucks.
Ever wonder why there are poles in firehouses? Turns out it’s because of horses, and not just for the firefighters to have fun sliding down. Read on to horse around with some firehouse math!
Bedtime Math fan Tristam J. asked us, how many apples could you fit inside an airplane? Read on to find out and do the high-flying math in apple-filled airplanes!
Bedtime Math fan Hailey S. asked us, how long does it take to fly to Mars? And Mary Claire A., another fan, just told us about this cool new way to live “on” Mars once you get there. Read on to do the out-of-this-world math on a galactic trip to Mars!
Boats can float in any size. But it just seems like it’s more fun when it’s the world’s biggest cruise ship, complete with a 100-foot-tall water slide. Read on to cruise through the math in this giant ship!
On April Fools’ Day, everyone’s out to play jokes on each other. And no matter the trick, doing the math right is sure to help you fool your friends. Read on for some crazy jokes and April Fools’ Day math!
Have you ever wondered what the biggest store in the world is? If you haven’t, are you wondering about it now? Read on to find out about Wall Drug Store in South Dakota, which might take this record – and do the math on just how big it is!
The fun part about New Year’s Eve is that different places on Earth reach midnight at different times. So you could be in the new year while your friend in the time zone behind you is waiting to ring it in. Read on to celebrate the new year by timing out the math in New Year’s Eve!
Meet Primer V2, a balancing bot with a special talent. Read on to find out what this radical, riding robot can do – and cruise along with the robot math!
Airplanes are fun vehicles to ride in, and lots of them takeoff from airports every day. We probably don’t realize just how many are flying in the sky, so one photographer decided to camp out at Los Angeles International Airport for a day and take pictures as each plane took off. Read on to takeoff with some math and see just how many planes are leaving this airport each day.