It is most numbers possible on a mathematically fair die The makers of these 120-side dice claim that "120 faces... is the largest number that is possible on a mathematically fair die" and we are inclined to believe them. The go on to say, "You can't go any bigger. Show More Summary
The d120 by The Dice Lab is a mathematically balanced 120-sided disdyakis triacontahedron die. The injection-molded die features 120 equal elongated triangular sides, the highest possible number of equal faces for a fair die. The numbers on the d120 are paired with their opposite faces to total 121, and the numbers around each of the […]
Governor Mike Pence will endorse Senator Ted Cruz for president today. This may be the first time in history a... The post Indiana Governor Mike Pence to Endorse Mathematically Eliminated Candidate Ted Cruz appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Cruz/Fiorina is an even bigger disaster than you thought. Ted Cruz made headlines this week by announcing his pick for VP—after losing five contests to Trump. But it gets worse. Cruz has been “mathematically eliminated from winning the...Show More Summary
Donald Trump is making good on his promises to showcase his ability to be “more presidential.” While Trump initially reported he wouldn’t tone back his rhetoric until after he defeated Ted Cruz in the primary, with it being mathematically impossible for Cruz to secure the nomination before the Republican National Convention, it seems Trump has... Show More Summary
Mathematically speaking, the way a tiger charges a herd of antelope resembles a white blood cell attacking a colony of bacteria. That’s the conclusion of a new paper by an international team of physicists, just published in Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical. Read more...
The story of self-taught mathematical wizard Srinavasa Ramanujan — who in 1913 traveled from colonial India to the halls of Cambridge in Britain, shattering stereotypes with his theoretical ingenuity before dying tragically young at 32 — has already inspired a number of books, plays and films....
Ted Cruz will name Carly Fiorina as his vice presidential running mate Wednesday, according to two sources — a last-ditch move to regain momentum after being mathematically eliminated from winning the GOP presidential nomination outright. The Texas senator will make the announcement at an afternoon rally in Indiana, which votes Tuesday in the next GOP […]
Chris Emdin—an associate professor in the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology at Teachers College, Columbia University, and associate director of Columbia’s Institute for Urban and Minority Education—wants education policymakers to rethink how they go about trying to educate students of color. Show More Summary
Meet Sam, who is highly gifted in mathematics and recently joined a large public university with dreams of majoring in Engineering. Yet despite his brilliance and success, Sam was forced to drop engineering because of the demands made by the lab instructors: switching lab partners every week, for example. Show More Summary
Kettledrums (a.k.a. tympani) produce a definite pitch, but in theory they should not. At least the simplest mathematical model of a kettledrum would not have a definite pitch. Of course there are more accurate theories that align with reality. Unlike many things that work in theory but not in practice, kettledrums work in practice but not in theory. […]
I’m Christina Bellantoni. This is Essential Politics, and you just can’t make this stuff up. In yet another wild twist to the presidential campaign, the candidate who mathematically can’t reach the needed number of delegates to become the Republican nominee jumped way ahead of himself and named...
WASHINGTON (AP) — An astonishing Republican presidential primary season has taken another unusual turn, with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz announcing Carly Fiorina as his running mate — even though he's mathematically unable to become the GOPShow More Summary
The world recently observed the 96th death anniversary (26th April, 1920) of Mathematics’ genius Srinivasa Ramanujan, who died at a young age
Despite the mathematical impossibility of him winning the Republican nomination outright, Texas Senator Ted Cruz is forging blindly ahead. On Wednesday, the hopeless hopeful boldly announced an ill-fated running mate.
Last night Ted Cruz was mathematically eliminated from winning the Republican nomination outright. Donald Trump won all five primary elections... The post DAY AFTER ELIMINATION=> Ted Cruz Announces Carly Fiorina as VP appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Ted Cruz formally named Carly Fiorina as his vice presidential running mate Wednesday -- a last-ditch move to regain momentum after being mathematically eliminated from winning the GOP presidential nomination outright. "After a great...Show More Summary
Cruz still remains mathematically locked out of the GOP nomination before Cleveland. Trump calls the stunt "cute"
As we predicted during our preview of Ted Cruz's "big announcement" earlier today, the republican presidential candidate, in hopes of kickstarting his mathematically impossible to win campaign, is set to announce that Carly Fiorina will...Show More Summary
Ted Cruz may be mathematically eliminated from clinching the Republican presidential nomination before the convention, but that didn't stop the Texas senator from announcing a running mate on Wednesday: Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard. Show More Summary