Mathematicians Explain Sports to Each Other Ben Orlin Cartoons June 28, 2017June 28, 2017 1 Minute Basketball Tennis Soccer Golf Baseball Hockey Marathon Tee Ball Cricket Skiing Share this:FacebookTwitterMoreEmailLike this:Like Loading... Published June 28, 2017June 28, 2017
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“Don’t ask, it’s axiomatic” I’m DYING!!
Nooo…you’re ” Multi-Axiomising Great….x Multiplying and Axio-mising down….fantastic pencil-toon works, like tremendously…👌🏻
Hockey is the most amazing sport, and this comic properly identifies the most commonly asked question from a person learning the game.
Reblogged this on If it ain't broke….
I laughed to tears. Brilliant, insightful, and a lot of fun!! Well done!!!!
Soccer is played with a truncated icosahedron, with a symmetry group isomorphic to A_5, So it has that going for it.
That is not generally true, particularly not for modern soccer balls. Since 2006, the official FIFA World Cup ball has not had that symmetry group (2006 was tetrahedral, 2014 octahedral).
Premier League uses a dodecahedral ball.
Hillarious!!! If u can do similar thing for types of dances:)
OCD hockey edit because Americans can’t draw hockey players holding their sticks… 😀
(look all the other sports are fine)
Thanks a lot for sharing such a very funny and fantastic post. I really like to appreciate it. Keep posting more update.
That’s my excuse for not playing Tennis too!
So, apparently cricket doesn’t have any gear. 😉
Hilarious stuff. Smug face is perfect.
I was in tears from laughter. Extremely clever, profound, and entertaining!!