February 2013 – The Most Popular Posts

It’s the end of the month again, so it’s time to go back and review Mathematics and Multimedia‘s most popular posts.  Since this is the month of the mathematically in love, I have written two posts that connects love and mathematics. First, 15 mathematics pick up lines which could either get a giggle or a slap and second, 3d heart graph which is an upgraded version of the 2d heart graph. The first mentioned post took the top spot and the second took the fourth.

The Most Popular Posts

  1. 15 Math Pickup Lines to Try This Valentine’s Day
  2. 6 Technology-Rich Math Blogs By Techie Teachers
  3. 50 Mathematics Quotes by Mathematicians, Philosophers, and Enthusiasts
  4. 3D Heart Graph for the Mathematically In Love
  5. Largest Prime Number Yet, Discovered
  6. Where does the Metric System come from?
  7. 62 Interactive Math Activities and Games at Flashmath
  8. Real World Math with Google Earth
  9. 2250 Interactive K-12 Mathematics Problems with Solutions
  10. 400 Challenging Programming Problems in School Mathematics

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Year 2012 in Review – My Most Favorite Posts

This is the fifth part of the Year in Review Series. In this post, I am going to share to you my personal picks, my most favorite posts for 2012.

Most Favorite Posts

  1. The Mathematics of Christmas Wrapping
  2. Motion and Graphs: A Calculus Primer
  3. The Definition of Congruence in the Modular Systems
  4. Approximating Square Root of Numbers by Averaging
  5. Finding the General Formula for the kth Polygonal Number
  6. 10 Reasons Why Mathematics Teachers Should Blog
  7. 7 Extraordinary Mathematicians You Should Know About
  8. The 10 Misfortunes of Evariste Galois
  9. The Mathematics of Leap Years Explained
  10. Counting the Number of Squares on a Chess Board
  11. Pi In The Sky, Literally
  12. Wedding Guests and Circular Permutations

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