Off Topic, Reblogged

Undiscovered Math

Math With Bad Drawings post that is 2 standard deviations above its own ridiculously high mean.

Math with Bad Drawings

One day in fifth grade, I was playing with numbers, scribbling down products and quotients—you know, typical cool-kid stuff—when I noticed a pattern. Take any pair of numbers that are two apart (like 6 and 8, or 9 and 11). Multiply them together. Then add one.

You’ll get the square of the number in between them!

This blew my mind. The numbers were hiding secret alliances, passing coded messages amongst themselves, and I’d somehow broken inside. I was a number spy.

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