Friday, May 22, 2015

OOPS! -- "Mathematics can only be understood backwards but it must be proved forward" isn't ready yet

For those who came by earlier, I apologize. I hit 'publish' when I should have hit 'save.'

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Puzzle Wednesdays

Worth Carnahan is one of those Golden Age artists who has fallen into near complete obscurity despite some very good work. For the next few weeks, we'll take a look at some of the puzzle pages he did for Harvey's Champion Comics.

Here's number 6 in the series (sorry about the damage). Check back next week for another edition and the answers to these puzzles.






From Classic Puzzles for the Classroom
















Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Puzzle Wednesdays

Worth Carnahan is one of those Golden Age artists who has fallen into near complete obscurity despite some very good work. For the next few weeks, we'll take a look at some of the puzzle pages he did for Harvey's Champion Comics.

Here's number 5 in the series. Check back next week for another edition and the answers to these puzzles.






From Classic Puzzles for the Classroom
















Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Puzzle Wednesdays

Worth Carnahan is one of those Golden Age artists who has fallen into near complete obscurity despite some very good work. For the next few weeks, we'll take a look at some of the puzzle pages he did for Harvey's Champion Comics.

Here's number 4 in the series. Check back next week for another edition and the answers to these puzzles.






From Classic Puzzles for the Classroom
















Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Puzzle Wednesdays

Worth Carnahan is one of those Golden Age artists who has fallen into near complete obscurity despite some very good work. For the next few weeks, we'll take a look at some of the puzzle pages he did for Harvey's Champion Comics.

Here's number 3 in the series. Check back next week for another edition and the answers to these puzzles.







From Classic Puzzles for the Classroom

Monday, April 27, 2015

Monday Video -- More Max Maven

[Every Monday for the next few months, we'll be posting a short video clip here at You Do the Math. All will have at least a tenuous connection to science, technology, engineering, or mathematics. Teachers can use these as writing prompts or as starting points for larger lesson plans (I'll try to include some hints now and then), but the main purpose is simply to have a little fun.]