‘Vehicles and Transportation’
How fast was the first person to get a speeding ticket going? Read on to find out – and test the limits yourself!
Just like us humans, we bet stuffed animals need a vacation, too. And one tiger got a bigger adventure than most stuffed friends normally do. Read on to see how the math added up in his big trip!
There are world records for everything. But what about the world’s smallest working bike? Read on to do the mini math on this teeny, 12-inch bike!
Playgrounds are really fun and planes are cool, so imagine putting them together to create an awesome play space! Read on to do the math in this playground-in-the-sky contraption.
They say a penny saved is a penny earned. So just how many pennies would you have to save to buy a car? Ask one man in China who bought a car with coins (with some small bills, too). Read on to find out just how many coins the car cost – and do the math!
Ever walk across a bridge? How about one made of paper, or a stone bridge that makes a big loop? Read on to discover the magnificent math in these bizarre bridges!
Sunlight can do a lot of things – including push a satellite through space! Read on to shed some light on the math in the LightSail spacecraft.
Riding a bike can be easy once you do it for a while. But it took one man 8 months to figure out how to ride a bike, even though he already knew how! Read on to find out what was so special about this bike – and pedal your way through the bicycle math.
Helicopters, and quadcopters, and octocopters – oh my! Read on to fly through the math on one man’s octocopter (or hovercraft) world record.
What’s one and a half inches long, has 4 propellers, flies high in the air, and can fit in your pocket? Read on to find out – and do the mini-motor math!