Pencil, paper, and a little flash of genius.
A 9-year-old scrawls an innocent problem... and suddenly 3D surfaces are intersecting in 4D space.
Visually stimulating. Mathematically rich.
Four teams. Four probabilities. This shouldn't be that hard... right?
A pencil-and-paper game for the snake-fearing (or snake-loving) mathematician.
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Hey! Stop stereotyping!
Treating an inequality like an equation? That's like treating a bird as a wingless schmo.
We see fractals in clouds, coastlines, tree branches, and... literature?