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Dad posts some thoughts on using the MegaPenny Project to help kids visualize large numbers, and including how many pennies might span the Golden Gate Bridge.

Visualizing Large Numbers with PenniesDad's weight loss resolution looks a little less exciting when he multiplies the calories and figures out how long he needs to exercise to be Gerard Butler.

Math Riff: The Cruel Math of Weight Loss MultiplicationAs I type this, the calm clicks of the keys are punctuated once a minute by a sound I can most accurately ascribe to an evil, mutant cricket. It is the smoke detector at the top of the stairs, warning...

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Math Riff: Flipping Coins for Lucky Numbers $7 Billion and $700 BillionOooh boy. It’s been a wild week in the stock market. With the Dow Jones Industrial Average (the DJIA or the “Dow”) swinging madly up and down several hundred points at a day, 100 year old companies...

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Math Riff: Hurricane Ike versus T. Boone Pickens… Fight!