## Year 2012 in Review – The Most Popular Posts

It’s the end of the year and it’s time for us to look back at the most popular posts of 2012. We look at the most popular posts in terms…

## 2012 Quarter 4 in Review – The Most Popular Posts

It’s almost the end of the year. Before I post the Year in Review Series, here are the most popular posts for the fourth quarter of 2012. The Seven Wonders…

## Christmas and Mathematics

Since it’s Christmas, I am going to share to you about something that relates Christmas and Mathematics:Gift Wrapping. If you are wondering what is the relationship between that two, have…

## A Practical Demonstration of the Pythagorean Theorem

The Pythagorean Theorem is probably the most popular theorem in school mathematics. Surely, you have heard or read about it at least once from elementary school to high school. The…

## Amazing Number Patterns 6

This is the sixth part of the Amazing Number Patterns Series. In this part, we examine more amazing patterns that result from multiplication of numbers. Pattern 1 987 654 321…

## Light Year and the Speed of Light

You have probably heard the light year in your science class, and your teacher probably told you how far it is. Some of you have probably no idea where did…

## Irrational Lengths and The Root Spiral

When calculators were not yet invented, it was hard for mathematicians to approximate irrational numbers. The irrational numbers was the offshoot of the discovery that the side length of the…

## The Seven Wonders of Pascal’s Triangle

Pascal’s Triangle is a triangular array of numbers where each number on the “interior” of the triangle is the sum of the two numbers directly above it.  It was named…

## November 2012 – The Most Popular Posts

It’s 24 days before Christmas! Today, the the first day of December, let us celebrate the 7 most popular posts last month of Mathematical Palette. The Most Popular Posts Tangent…

## Fibonacci Sequence Trivia

The Fibonacci Sequence The Fibonacci sequence is the sequence of integers 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21,…  or  1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, … As…