From height to speed, roller coasters are full of math. And what better day to celebrate the tallest of the tall and fastest of the fast roller coasters than on National Roller Coaster Day? Read on to find out just how high and fast you can go with these radical rides – and speed through the math!
Yes, here in America we celebrate just about anything, including waffle irons! Read on for some delicious, mouth-watering math to celebrate National Waffle Iron Day.
On Father’s Day, we honor our dads for all the great things they do. But dads aren’t always sure that they’re doing a good job. So one dad, Dave Engledow, decided to show the worst possible fathering in a series of pictures. Read on to see the pictures, the tricks behind them, and the math in the fathering madness!
The U.S. celebrates its stripey, starry flag on June 14 every year. But this flag hasn’t always been the same. Read on to see how it’s changed, and try the math the flag-makers have done throughout the years!
Memorial Day is the holiday where Americans celebrate all the soldiers who have protected our country. And since it is always the last Monday in May, it’s not always on the same date. Read on to do the math on this moving holiday!
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!
Leap Day only comes around once every 4 years – so why not celebrate it with some math? Read on to hop, skip, and jump with the numbers on this odd day.