## This blog is no longer maintained

As I have mentioned in the previous post, I will be abandoning this blog and I will be transferring the posts to Math and Multimedia under the Mathematical Palette category….

## Mathematical Palette to Merge with Math and Multimedia

After having much thought, I have decided to merge this blog to Mathematics and Multimedia, my main blog. I believe that I won’t have time to sustain this blog anymore…

## Math Palette’s New Look

If you have noticed, Math Palette has a new look. I remember a friend saying that if it’s a palette, then it should be colorful. Here’s  her wish. Thanks to…

I promised that you will never do any computation or thinking in this blog, but a blog with no interaction is no good. Besides, this is just arithmetic. So, what…

## 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…

## 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…

## The Music of Tau

If you have enjoyed the post What Pi Sounds Like, you might want to listen to its “sister” Tau. Tau denoted by is the proposed symbol for the ratio of the…

## What Pi Sounds Like

Did you ever wonder how numbers will sound? In the video below, artist Michael Blake assigns notes to the the first 31 digits of the decimal numbers of pi (or…

## Math Teachers at Play Blog Carnival 55

Welcome to the 55th edition of the Mathematics Teachers at Play Blog Carnival. The number 55 is the 10th Fibonacci number and the sum of the first 10 counting numbers….

## MTAP Blog Carnival Deadline of Submissions

The Mathematical Palette will be hosting the 55th edition of the Math Teachers at Play (MTAP) Blog Carnival. You may submit your article at the MTAP  Carnival Submission Form on…

## The One Thing and the Different Guises of 1

The One Thing song below celebrates the different guises and forms of the first counting number. Enjoy singing!