When you pick a peach off a tree, you don’t expect to see a cherry hanging right next to it. But that’s exactly what happens if you pick a piece of fruit from Sam Van Aken’s tree. Read on to find out more about this awesome tree – and do the juicy math!
Not that we need another reason to gobble down pizza, but today’s the perfect day to do that because it’s Cheese Pizza Day. Each day, Americans eat not 1, not 2, but 75 football fields worth of pizza! Read on to see how those stuffed crusts and deep dishes begin to add up.
We’re loving this viralnova collection of great points about food, like “Chocolate is a type of milk, but milk is also a type of chocolate.” Read on to get more food philosophy – and chew on the numbers!
The picture you see here looks like a photo of a beagle getting a shower, but it isn’t a photo at all. Read on to see how artist Joel Brochus got creative with his food, and do a sprinkling of math!
We’re told not to play with our food, but when it looks like a cute penguin, it’s hard not to. One website shows you how to turn an ordinary fruit into an adorable animal. Read on to go bananas for the math in these edible penguin friends!
Whoever said you shouldn’t play with your food obviously never saw these Lego-shaped molds for chocolate. Read on to see how the numbers stack up with this delicious invention!
On Taco Tuesday, why settle for having tacos just for lunch or dinner, when you can have a delicious dessert taco, too? Read on to munch on some tasty Taco Tuesday math!
World Elephant Day is the perfect day to explore the mighty math in elephants. Read on to see how the numbers add up with these friendly giants.
Ever wonder how different animals eat? Well, wonder no more. In a hilarious video, a guy tries to imitate the ways some animals eat. Read on to see what animals he tries to be like – and crunch some numbers, too!
Watermelon is a delicious and juicy summer treat. The only problem with it is trying to cut up the giant round fruit. But two guys figured out the most fun way to do this – using rubber bands. Read on to see how they did it, and do the explosive watermelon math!