Simon Pampena

@mathemaniac

Australian Numeracy Ambassador | ABC TV Catalyst | Standup Mathematician | Transcendent Nerd

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hey Cobi Sith sory for the typos buy I was excited to hsare this photo with you! ( ping )

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Today is the Winter Solstice and an inflection point on a graph of daylight hrs over a year: DOUBLE WIN! ( :)

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Thanks for my I LOVE CHARTS book. Im honoured to be amongst such fine nerdiness http://amzn.to/HUrxuO

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Here's the location of 5.2 Melbourne earthquake

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Talking maths on BBC Radio 5 Live with

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Here is the updated 7way venn diagram from last night's show with the full 127 intersections.

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A 5way Venn Diagram has max 31 internal intersections (☞pic) but 7way has max of 127! #VennChallenge

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Some people take it upon themselves to assist natural selection

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Apple, Microsoft and Facebook are the biggest corporations in the world right? Oh…

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The Maths Olympics starts at the Adelaide Fringe in just 2 weeks! http://bit.ly/zG5Abv

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Could the discovery of a large cache of stone tools be the earliest example of a 'nerd collection'?

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OK here's one that only takes a primary school education to get… so how did they get it wrong?

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Tom Selleck has a maths make-over in the all-new MAGNUM PI.

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Preliminary sketches for a re-imaging of MAGNUM PI have bee released. It looks very mathsy! via

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Nice insight. Perhaps this fractal clock would be easier to read.

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Analogue clocks have proven to be great educational tools in the classroom. This one takes it one step further…

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My favourite Japanese Temple Maths problem asks for the nth yellow circle's radius. Hint: circle inversion!

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The Fame Algorithm artwork has arrived! Adelaide Fringe, let there be math!

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Here's an explanation of the 1/998,001 decimal: not magic, just maths ; ]

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ORDINALS: Starting a list with 0 instead of 1 is best understood by people exposed to the concept at an early age:

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