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Clown Arrested After Hitting Man In Face With Pi

Calculo, The Math Loving Clown, was arrested and charged with assault after hitting a Milford man in the face with Pi.

The incident occurred at a child’s birthday party, and the victim, who asked to remain anonymous, was the father of a guest. 341 more words

Humor

Joseph Nebus reblogged this on Joseph Nebus's Sense Of Humor and commented:

I'm not precisely sure whether this belongs more as a reblog on my mathematics or my humor blog but, what the heck. Austin Hodgens, the Modern Philosopher, brings to general attention news of Calculo, the Math-Loving Clown. It turns out that Maine is kind of a strange place when you get right down to it.

(I have to admit, I really can't get into the fear of clowns that so many people report having, but I do have what I think a reasonable and proportionate fear of being smashed in the face with hard, sharp objects, which I think is really important to the goings-on here.)

Hodgens, I should point out, is an indefatigable writer with a long series of ``news reports from Maine'' which make the place out to sound like a strange, wondrous land of curious events, which is correct.

Strictly More Pi

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Travels With Pi

Loops in the Digits of Pi

Is special?

Of course, the concept of as the ratio between the diameter and circumference of a circle is more than important – a cursory glance through the arXiv suggests it appears in near 85% of all papers on theoretical physics. 667 more words

Mathematics

Maximum Phase

Maximum Phase

clc;
clear all;
close all;
a=0.9*exp(i*0.6*pi);
b=0.9*exp(i*0.8*pi);
x=;
h=poly(x);
m=0:4;
figure(1), stem(m,h); %impulse response
N=64;
y=fft(h,N);
y1=abs(y); 
y2=unwrap(angle(y));
w=0:((pi)/N):pi-((pi)/N);
figure(2), plot(w,y1); %magnitude response… 97 more words
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Clown Arrested After Hitting Man In Face With Pi

Calculo, The Math Loving Clown, was arrested and charged with assault after hitting a Milford man in the face with Pi.

The incident occurred at a child’s birthday party, and the victim, who asked to remain anonymous, was the father of a guest. 341 more words

Humor

Manchester Mini Maker Faire. Pi-fun + 4!

“Brilliant! When’s the next one? Can we come again?”

Mini Maker Faire at MOSI has left a lasting impression on us all.  For these next generation digital creators it was an opportunity to explore a whole new range of challenges and build on what they knew already.   189 more words

Travels With Pi