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L1916: Can You Do Division? by Rhombus

I’d like to claim that it’s taken me 50 years to solve this one, following some music-induced haze that had resulted from listening to the 1967 releases of Sgt. 752 more words

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The Week In Games: Into The Night

(Source: kotaku.com)

The Nintendo Switch is less than two weeks away, but meanwhile here’s a bunch of games that aren’t Breath of the Wild. 256 more words


Zonohedrified Rhombicosidodecahedron with 870 Rhombic Faces

Manipulating known polyhedra in the effort to find new ones, as I did here, is made easy with Stella 4d, a program available at this website.


More On The Diamond/Rhombus #ShapeAdventure

So some of you may already know that I am a big SyFy or sci-fi junkie. I love all things out of the ordinary and specifically, magical. 158 more words


Join The Diamond/Rhombus #ShapeAdventure

For the month of January, we will adventure out and find diamond shapes everywhere. If you are not familiar with this challenge, please visit my first post about it  112 more words


Ready For An Adventure?

Okay, 2017… things are going to change a bit around here. This year, I have decided to use this blog as a meeting ground. A place where the virtual gaps narrow and everybody knows your name. 534 more words


Reading the Comics, November 26, 2016: What is Pre-Algebra Edition

Here I’m just closing out last week’s mathematically-themed comics. The new week seems to be bringing some more in at a good pace, too. Should have stuff to talk about come Sunday. 829 more words