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### Primes are like Weeds (PNT) - Numberphile

The Prime Number Theorem shows that primes are like weeds, popping up everywhere! Dr James Grime ex… Tags: -, Numberphile Wanda Collins Dec 27, 2014 100 views

### Pi is Beautiful - Numberphile

With thanks to Martin Krzywinski and Cristian Ilies Vasile - cool visualisers of Pi. Pi Visualisati… Tags: Numberphile, - Wanda Collins Dec 27, 2014 100 views

### How Pi was nearly changed to 3.2 - Numberphile

The State of Indiana nearly passed a law which would have made Pi equal 3.2 - strange but true. Mor… Tags: 3.2, - Wanda Collins Dec 27, 2014 102 views

### Calculating Pi with Real Pies - Numberphile

How accurately can we calculate Pi using hundreds of REAL pies? Subscribe to Numberphile: http://bi… Tags: -, Numberphile Wanda Collins Dec 27, 2014 84 views

### How to Trisect an Angle with Origami - Numberphile

Zsuzsanna Dancso trisects an angle using origami - follows on from this video about Euclidean geome… Tags: Origami, - Wanda Collins Dec 27, 2014 100 views

### Euclid's Big Problem - Numberphile

Trisecting angles and calculating cube roots was a big problem for Euclid and his cohorts. Discusse… Tags: Numberphile, - Wanda Collins Dec 27, 2014 75 views

### Infinity is bigger than you think - Numberphile

Sometimes infinity is even bigger than you think... Dr James Grime explains with a little help from… Tags: think, - Wanda Collins Dec 27, 2014 51 views

### The Scientific Way to Cut a Cake - Numberphile

SUPPORT US ON PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/numberphile Alex Bellos on cutting a cake using scien… Tags: Cake, - Wanda Collins Dec 27, 2014 39 views

### Video Flash Cards: TELLING TIME: Analog - Digital

Video Flash Cards to learn how to convert Analog time on clocks to Digital time (192 videos) and vi… Tags: Analog, - Wanda Collins Nov 29, 2014 30 views

### 6.SP.5.c - Mean Absolute Deviation (Measure of Variation)

In this video on how to find the mean absolute deviation, Mr. Almeida explains not only the procedu… Tags: (Measure, of Wanda Collins Nov 29, 2014 16 views

### 6.SP.5.c - Missing Number and the Mean

Have you ever come across a question asking you to find the missing number when you are given the m… Tags: the, Mean Wanda Collins Nov 29, 2014 28 views

### 6.SP.5.c - Measures of Central Tendency - Mean, Median (and Mode)

Have you ever wondered what the average number of children is in a U.S. family or how much money a… Tags: Mean, Median Wanda Collins Nov 29, 2014 17 views

### 6.SP.5.b - Describe Attributes of Data

In this video, Mr. Almeida explains how to describe what attribute the data is measuring, how the d… Tags: of, Data Wanda Collins Nov 28, 2014 15 views

### 6.SP.5.a - Report the Number of Observations in a Data Set

In this video, Mr. Almeida explains how to report the number of observations, or the n, in a data s… Tags: in, a Wanda Collins Nov 28, 2014 32 views

### 6.SP.4 - Represent Data on a Box Plot (Box-and-Whisker Plot) / 5 Number Summary

Mr. Almeida shows how to represent numerical data on a box plot, according to 6.SP.4. This way of o… Tags: Plot), (Box-and-Whisker Wanda Collins Nov 28, 2014 11 views

### 6.SP.4 - Represent Data on a Dot Pot

Mr. Almeida shows how to represent numerical data on a dot plot, according to 6.SP.4. Tags: a, Dot Wanda Collins Nov 28, 2014 47 views

### 6.G.1 - Area of Irregular Polygons

Watch Mr. Almeida explain how to find the area of irregular polygons by following 4 simple steps: 1… Tags: Irregular, Polygons Wanda Collins Nov 28, 2014 52 views

### 6.G.1 - Area of Irregular Polygons

Watch as Mr. Almeida explains how to find the area of irregular polygons. The key to finding the co… Tags: Irregular, Polygons Wanda Collins Nov 28, 2014 16 views

### CW #3 - Area of Trapezoid

This is the final video of the Spring Break homework, showing how to find the area of a trapezoid. Tags: of, Trapezoid Wanda Collins Nov 28, 2014 20 views

### CW #2 - Area of Triangles

This video is the 2nd classwork in your spring break packet. This will teach you how to find the ar… Tags: of, Triangles Wanda Collins Nov 28, 2014 13 views

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Question: Why is this a mathematical limerick?

( (12 + 144 + 20 + 3 Sqrt[4]) / 7 ) + 5*11 = 9^{2} + 0 .

Answer:

A dozen, a gross, and a score,

plus three times the square root of four, divided by seven, plus five times eleven, is nine squared and not a bit more.

---Jon Saxton (math textbook author)

**Presentation Suggestions:**

Challenge students to invent their own math limerick!

**The Math Behind the Fact:**

It is fun to mix mathematics with poetry.

**Resources:**

Su, Francis E., et al. "Math Limerick." Math Fun Facts.

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