Post a comment about something new/interesting you learned from the video.
Did you know that any number can be written as the sum of 3 palindromes? It's true! Check out this Numberphile video. Then, visit Christian Lawson-Perfect's website to try it out yourself. A computer works best for this step. Leave a comment with the number you tried and the 3 palindromes that add up to your number.
Read some of the statistics about smartphones on this site. Post a comment or question about a statistic that you found interesting. When posting a comment, include your first name only, grade, and school (i.e. Christian, 4, Alma).
Read about the Parade here: tournamentofroses.com/about/ and post a "number fact" about the parade. For example: 45.5 Million people watch the parade on television and 70,000 (estimated) watch it live. Source - Feel free to post as many facts as you like.
Read about the Design and Manufacturing process for floats. Leave a comment with something new you learned and/or your idea for a float.
Read about the Geometry of Pringles by visiting this website: interestingengineering.com/geometry-of-pringles-crunchy-hyperbolic-paraboloid. Post a comment about something new you learned. Make sure to include your first name only, grade, and school (i.e. Ava, 6, Eustis-Farnam).
Take a look at the graphs in the image below. For a clearer image of the graphs, click here. The information in the blue box is particularly helpful in reading the graphs. Answer any of the following questions by leaving a comment and/or leave a question for someone else to answer. Make sure to include your first name only, grade, and school (i.e. Ava, 6, Eustis-Farnam).
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