# ‘Vehicles and Transportation’

##### Bouncing off the Walls

Making a basketball shot is hard, but how much harder when the hoop is on a rolling forklift? Read on to do the math and find out!

##### Pi Day of the Century!

Why is today the Pi Day of the century? Heck, why is it Pi Day at all? Read on to find out!

##### A Bandaid for Puff-Puff

Where does your favorite teddy bear go to heal when the family dog rips the stuffing out of him? Read on to do the math – and find out how fast he’ll feel better!

##### Best Way to Throw an Angry Bird

What’s the best robot job out there? Vacuuming? Throwing Angry Birds? Pressing a button 50,000 times? Read on to do the math and find out which robots have it made!

##### Llamas on the Loose

What happens when llamas go on the loose? Can the cops keep up? Read on to calculate how it worked out!

##### The Most Exciting One-Block Train Ride

Why would anyone ride the train for just 1 block? Because it was the first subway ever! Read on to do the math on the shortest but proudest train.

##### When Toilets Fly

Anything can be a rocket – including a toilet. Read on to do the math on potty propulsion.

##### Going Nuts in the Jungle

What food used to be cracked open by driving a truck over it? Read on to find out a better way to open this yummy treat!

##### In Case You Got No Snow…

When we hear a giant snowstorm is coming, we get really excited to build snowmen and snow forts. But sometimes the weathermen don’t know where exactly that storm will go, and you end up getting no snow. That’s when you need a Grandpa like the one in this story! Read on to do the math on how one Grandpa brought the snow from Rhode Island to Maryland.

##### Busted Bridge

When you build a bridge, you have to do the math right. The most important part is making sure the bridge reaches from one side to the other! But a bridge built in Calgary has a different problem. Read on to see why this bridge is going nowhere – and do the math.