Bedtime Math (and pizza) fan Emmett L. asked us, how many ants can a pizza feed? Read on to find out the answer – and eat up the 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.
This mama duck and her baby ducklings look like they should be somewhere else, like floating on a lake. But they look happy just waddling along. Read on to find out where these baby birds are on their way to, and waddle along with the math in their adventure!
There are foot-long subs, but what about mile-long pizzas? 250 pizza-makers got together in Italy to break the world record for longest pizza. Just how long was this phenomenal pizza pie? Read on to find out – and do the ooey, gooey, melt-in-your-mouth pizza math!
It’s the Super Bowl, America’s most important football game. Millions of people watch from home with family or friends, and it turns out they aren’t just watching the game: they’re eating a ton of food. One professor did the math to figure out just how much food everyone is eating during the big game. Read on to find out – and do the math for yourself!
New York is a big city. And when you stop to think about all the wild numbers around it, it seems even bigger! Read on to see how the math adds up in the City That Never Sleeps.
A lot of people love pizza. Turns out animals dig it, too. That groundhog in the picture showed up on someone’s patio with a slice of pizza in its little mitts. Then it just plopped down and ate the pizza for about an hour. It makes sense it took so long, since the pizza was built […]
Bedtime Math fan Emmett L. asked us, how many pizzas would it take to fill up a football field? Read on to convert yards to yumminess and find out!
On this day in 1788, New York became the 11th state in the United States. New York is famous mostly because of New York City, which has more people than any other U.S. city. It was even the nation’s capital from 1785 to 1790. In fact, in 1789 George Washington was inaugurated president right on Wall Street. […]