# Math News

### News: 3D Sierpinski Tetraeder Made of Straws

Step 1: Make One Tetraeder You need 6 straws of the same length and a cord. Step 2: Add More and More Tetraeder in the Shape of a 3d Sierpinski Tetraeder

### News: I Can Guess Your Address Any Where in the World

mind blowing maths trick.

### Brain Wash Trick: Guessing Your Phone Number & Age in One Minute

I will guess your phone number and age in one minute.

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### News: I Can Say Your Birthday

i can guess exact date and month of your birth day.bet and win with anyone using this trick .it never fails.you can attract your colleagues and classmates with this trick.

### News: Beauty of Mathematics

beautiful mathematics .amazing shaped hills with numbers formed in multiplication.watch it and show it to the children and students to make them interesting on mathematics.

### News: The Magical Mathematics of Doodling

For someone who loves math as much as Vi Hart (a self-proclaimed "mathematical musician"), she doesn't pay an awful lot of attention to her math teacher. But that's ok. Cuz somehow her wonderfully whimsical doodling transforms into mini lessons on graph theory, mobius strips, binaries, fractals and more.

### News: Encrypting Passwords With an Old-School Tabula Recta

Have an old-school tabula recta lying around? No? Then just print out the chart below. Nothing ensures better password security than this centuries-old cipher technique. Here's how it works, via Wikipedia:

### News: Eat Candy Buttons Like a Math Musician

Meet Vi Hart, our charming host. Vi is a self-labeled "mathematical musician", who burns paper instruments, cuts food into mathematical shapes, twists balloons into mathematical models, and makes mathematical music with candy buttons.

### News: The Scientific Formula for the Perfect Handshake

Scientists have recently released a mathematical breakdown of the perfect handshake. The University of Manchester researchers discovered that nearly one-in-five people hate the handshake, listing complaints such as sweaty palms, limp wrists, gripping too hard and no eye contact.

### Mathematical Beading: Accessories to Thought

Math is unreasonably effective in describing the natural universe. Anyone who's seen Walt Disney's Donald in Mathmagic Land knows this to be so. Well, the axiom works in reverse, too: The physical stuff of the universe can model math right back. And to great effect.

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