### THE BEAUTY OF MATHEMATICS 4

This is the fourth photo depicting the beauty and use of mathematics on famous places.

### THE BEAUTY OF MATHEMATICS 3

This is the third photo depicting the beauty and use of mathematics on famous places.

### THE BEAUTY OF MATHEMATICS 2

This is the second photo depicting the beauty of mathematics in our surroundings.

### THE BEAUTY OF MATHEMATICS 1

This is the first of the series of photos appreciating math in the world.

### HAPPY 40th ANNIVERSARY RUBIKS CUBE

This day is the 40th anniversary of the Rubik's cube, which was first introduced in Hungary.

### LEARN AT MATHEMATICS REALM

This is the extension of the mathematics realm blog. It contains math lessons, tutorials, downloads, etc.

### MATH ARTS 3

Another figure being formed from symmetrically rotated and transformed picture of a famous mall in Jakarta.

### NUMBER PUZZLE 2

A very simple number puzzle you would definitely like. One is explained well and the other is given for you to try. Good luck!

### NUMBER PUZZLE

This is a simple puzzle involving a pattern of numbers. Try to decipher the pattern and find the missing numbers.

### BIG NUMBER PUZZLE

This is a simple puzzle of creating the largest possible number using the indicated numbers and symbols

### CUBE COUNTING 2

This is the second part of the cube counting series. Just count the number of cubes being used in the figure.

### LEARN AT MATHEMATICS REALM

This is an extension of the mathematics realm blog. It provides information, lessons and tutorials on specific topics from different areas of mathematics.

### CONNECTING DOTS WITH LINES

This is one of the most common math puzzles. It involves connecting dots using a specified number of lines and following some conditions

### CURVES FORMED FROM STRAIGHT LINES

These are curves approximated by the series of straight lines. You can test your creativity by forming a mathematical artwork using the curves.

### HOW TO DIVIDE A SQUARE INTO FOUR EQUAL PARTS

These are some of the ways on how to get four equal parts in a square.

### SQUARING NUMBERS NEAR 100 (Case 2)

Second part of two cases. This is the easiest way to square a number near and greater than 100.

### SQUARING NUMBERS NEAR 100 (Case 1)

First part of two cases. This is the easiest way to square a number near and less than 100.

### MULTIPLYING NUMBERS BY USING LINES

The easiest way of multiplying numbers using parallel and intersecting lines.

### EARTH HOUR 2012!

This is to promote for the Earth Hour 2012 on March 31, 2012. Read more for details...

### DIGITAL CIRCLISM

See the beauty and use of circles in different artworks. Can you guess who are in the images?

### THE SIGNIFICANCE OF 40 DAYS IN THE BIBLE

This is the list of significant events in the Bible that have been done in 40 days.

### BASIC MATH QUIZ PART I (Decimals and Integers)

This will test your knowledge about basic concepts in mathematics, specifically on decimals and integers.

### SQUARING NUMBERS ENDING IN 5

This is the easiest way to square a number ending in 5.You can actually do this in seconds only!

### PARALLEL LINES

Comparison between the definition of parallel lines in Euclidean Geometry and in Non-Euclidean Geometry.

### MAZES

Aside from the usual form of mazes that we know, there are mazes that are computer generated, which also resemble some common objects or people.

### DAYS OF THE MONTHS

This uses body parts to easily remember the exact number of days for every month of the year.

### HOW FAR IS A STORM FROM YOU

A basic computation that can easily determine the distance of a storm from your location.

## June 26, 2013

### NUMBER PUZZLE 2

## June 24, 2013

### MATH ARTS 2

The image actually came from a simple photo of a prominent mall in Jakarta, Indonesia. Here is the photo:

Your comments and suggestions are always welcome. Write them in the comment box below. Thank you!

## June 21, 2013

### MATH ARTS 1

The image is being formed by using varying sizes and colors of circles. The figure formed resembles a pitcher plant or lilies. The white in the middle part represents the stigma of the flower. If you know a flower that looks like these, you may write it in the comment box below.

I actually have a collection of the images I created similar to this. I'll share them to you one at a time. Hope you like it.

You may save and use the image in your works. Just make sure to link it back here. Thank you!

## June 19, 2013

### NUMBER PUZZLE

In this puzzle, the numbers in the first column are consecutive numbers. For the second column, notice that 3 is next to 1 and 2 in the first column. The number 3 is also the sum of 1 and 2. If you check the next number in the second column, 5 is the sum of 2 and 3 in the first column. You may continue checking for the pattern. Make sure that the pattern applies to all the numbers. Therefore the missing numbers in this puzzle are 7 and 20.

## June 5, 2013

### BIG NUMBER PUZZLE

This big number puzzle is based on the original puzzle by Dr. Francis O. Googol, a mathematician. Originally, the puzzle is to create a very large number using the numbers/symbols

**1 2 3 4 ( ) .**and

**-**.

Let us have a modification of the puzzle. This time, let us create a very large number using the numbers 1, 2, 3 and the symbols ( ) + and - only once.

Let us see who could create the largest number possible. Write your answers in the comment box below.