Bedtime Math fan Emmett L. asked us, how many pizzas would it take to fill up a football field? Read on to convert yards to yumminess and find out!
There’s a holiday for everything, and today is no exception. Read on to find out what strange, yummy holiday we’re celebrating today – and pile on the scoops of delicious math fun!
No matter how much you love your favorite snack, it probably tastes even better dipped in some warm and gooey cheese or chocolate. That’s what you do when you eat “fondue.” Read on to eat up the fun math in “fun-due!”
Bedtime Math fan Nina J. asked us, how many bees does it take to make one jar of honey? Read on to do figure out the sweet math behind the answer!
It’s “Answer Your Cat’s Questions” Day – and who knows what our furry friends are thinking! But read on to take some guesses at what’s on their minds, and do the math to answer some kitty questions.
Sometimes when you want dessert, you just can’t decide what to eat. Well, with these milkshakes from Black Tap, you can have your cake and eat it on your milkshake, too! Read on to eat up the math behind monster milkshakes.
Bedtime Math (and pizza) fan Emmett L. asked us, how many ants can a pizza feed? Read on to find out the answer – and eat up the math!
If you had 1,000 pounds of butter, what would you do with it? Butter lots of pieces of toast? Melt it to make a lot of dipping sauce? How about make a statue out of it? Read on to butter up to the math behind the 1,000-pound butter sculpture at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
It’s National Bake Cookies Day, and what better way to celebrate than with some math-y cookies made by computer science professor Francesco De Comite! Read on to eat up the math in these puzzle-like cookies – and put your mouth where your math is.
Hot chocolate and hot cocoa are different drinks, but they’re both yummy and great cold-weather drinks. They’re so good, in fact, that the world record for largest cup of hot cocoa was made in a swimming pool! You can never have too much of a good thing, so read on to find out just how much of this good thing was made in the pool – and swim through the delicious math.