What are hexadecimal numbers, what are they used for and how do we convert them into decimal numbers? Find out all of this and more in this quick math article.

- May 2, 2021

Learn the different reciprocal identities in trigonometry together with other fundamental identities such as Pythagorean and quotient identities. This article includes several examples that can help in understanding the trig reciprocal identities.

- May 2, 2021

Learn how to apply sum and difference formulas in solving trigonometric equations. This article also includes the definition of sum and difference identities, proofs, and examples with solutions.

- Apr 30, 2021

Learn how to solve problems about similar polygons using the concepts of ratio of areas, perimeters, side lengths, diagonals, and angle bisectors. This article also includes practice problems with solutions and answers that will help gauge understanding of the topic.

- May 4, 2021

Here are the facts about the billions of cicadas that make up Brood X.

- May 4, 2021

You keep pulling socks out of a messy drawer, desperately trying to find a matching pair, but all you seem to get are odd socks. How many socks will you need to pull out of the drawer in order to be guaranteed a matching pair? Find out in this quick mathematics article.

- Apr 24, 2021

This article examines the 10 most dangerous animals on the planet. It provides a direct analysis of each specie's behavioral pattern, level of aggression, as well as danger posed to humans.

- Apr 23, 2021

Researchers have recently sequenced part of the genome of the extinct dire wolf. The animal was once common and was about twenty percent larger than the gray wolf.

- Apr 20, 2021

Learn how to solve mutually inclusive events in probability by going through the examples written in this article.

- Apr 20, 2021

Learn how to use the triangle proportionality theorem to complete triangle proportions, solve word problems, and find the value of the missing sides of a triangle. This article includes the triangle proportionality theorem proof and examples that can help you fully gauge your understanding of it.

- Apr 29, 2021

Analysis of using cryptocurrency blockchain technology to ensure the accuracy of election results. Is it feasible?

- Apr 15, 2021

A look at how using the difference of two squares can speed up your mental arithmetic with large numbers

- Apr 21, 2021

New Horizons shocked us when it uncovered an extensive atmosphere on Pluto. What have we learned since then?

- Apr 5, 2021

When New Horizons flew by Pluto, it found evidence for flowing liquids on Pluto. What is going on here?

- Apr 5, 2021

Yes, Pluto has mountains, but they are unlike their counterparts on Earth...

- Apr 5, 2021

It's common knowledge that the square root of two is an irrational number, but how can we prove it? Find out in this quick mathematics article.

- Mar 30, 2021

Unlike other primates, the fat-tailed dwarf lemur hibernates in winter. Studying this behaviour might be useful for enabling long-distance space travel in humans.

- Apr 4, 2021

Learn how to rationalise the denominator in this quick high school mathematics article.

- Mar 22, 2021

Catnip contains a chemical called nepetalactone. This repels mosquitoes by affecting their TRPA1 channels. We contain these channels as well, but catnip doesn’t affect them.

- Mar 16, 2021

When learning about surds/radicals at school, we are always told to rationalise the denominator. But what does this mean and why do we do it? Find out why in this quick mathematics article.

- Mar 16, 2021

Surely you have heard of them all, right? Sometimes though there are new ones, hidden within old ones...

- Mar 8, 2021

Amazing technological textiles has been a science fiction trope for years. But now, it is entering reality and in some surprising applications …

- Mar 4, 2021

New propulsion methods are needed if we are to explore outer space in a timely - and cost-effective - manner. But does this drive violate physics?

- Mar 8, 2021

Two criminals have been arrested for a crime, but the police don't have enough evidence to convict. They offer each criminal the chance to reduce their sentence by testifying against the other, but is this the best option? Find out in this quick math article.

- Mar 10, 2021

SARS-CoV-2 causes the COVID-19 disease. Spike proteins and glycans enable the virus to infect us and are research targets for the creation of vaccines and medicines.

- Mar 1, 2021

Drinking radioactive water was promoted as a cure-all medication in the 1920s; too bad about the casualties.

- Feb 23, 2021

The village of Smallville and the Intergalactic Gods have both had five metres of boundary rope stolen from their circular cricket pitches. They have vastly different sized pitches, so whose pitch will reduce in radius the most?

- Feb 28, 2021

Use this guide to learn more about every state's official insect or butterfly.

- Mar 31, 2021

Alan has the best scoring average in the first half of the basketball season and the best scoring average for the second half of the season, but when everything is tallied together he finds that it is Brian who has the highest average over the season. Find out how in this quick math article.

- Feb 17, 2021

This article will provide a look at Hilbert's Paradox of the Grand Hotel, also known as the 'Infinite Hotel Paradox'. Find out how to fit extra guests into the infinite hotel, even when every room is occupied!

- Feb 10, 2021

This article has what you need to know about the amazing rare beetle that is the official state insect of Rhode Island

- Mar 8, 2021

Learn how to evaluate and simplify the limits of indeterminate forms using L'Hopital's Rule. This article includes L'Hopital's Rule Proof, when to use it, and examples with solutions about finding the limit of various functions.

- Feb 10, 2021

This article has what you need to know about the beautiful Sandia hairstreak butterfly, Callophrys mcfarlandi, including its food plants and early forms.

- Mar 16, 2021

This article has what you need to know about the beautiful Karner blue butterfly, Plebejus melissa samuelis, including its food plants and early forms.

- Mar 8, 2021

This article includes problems with solutions teaching how to convert rectangular to cylindrical coordinates and vice versa, identify the surfaces in the cylindrical coordinate system, and find a cylindrical equation of three-dimensional spaces.

- Feb 8, 2021

Learn how to use the Divergence Test in determining the convergence or divergence of a series.

- Feb 8, 2021

Learn how to solve the derivative of constant times a function through a step-by-step Constant Multiple Rule method.

- Feb 8, 2021

Learn how to solve problems about cofunction identities in trigonometry. This article also includes formulas, proofs, and examples with solutions that can help you fully apply the cofunction trigonometric identities.

- Feb 8, 2021

This article has what you need to know about the beautiful Spicebush swallowtail butterfly (Papilio troilus), including its food plants and early forms.

- Mar 8, 2021

This article has what you need to know about the beautiful Oregon swallowtail butterfly (Papilio machaon oregonia), including its food plants and early forms.

- Mar 8, 2021

Some mistakes carry more weight than others. But in physics, even a small level of imprecision can change the picture completely...

- Feb 4, 2021

While a likely hypothetical star class, it does have advantages to the stellar models we predict should be true.

- Feb 4, 2021

The definition of the term "native plant" can seem very complicated, but there are some elements that help to keep it simple. The "official" definitions of native plants that come from official agencies all seem to have three basic elements in common.

- Apr 15, 2021

This article discusses the migration, feeding peculiarities, and lifecycle of the beautiful monarch butterfly.

- Mar 8, 2021

Learn how to find the linear approximation or differentials of a function at a given point. This article also includes formulas, proof, and examples with solutions that can help you fully understand the Linear Approximation topic in Calculus.

- Feb 4, 2021

Have you ever wondered how a beetle flies? After all, these insects come in many varied shapes and sizes, and they look far from being built for effective flight. We usually see these creatures scurrying along the ground or rummaging among the undergrowth where they seem more at home.

- Apr 5, 2021

This article has what you need to know about the state insect of Kentucky, the beautiful viceroy butterfly (Limenitis archippus), including its amazing mimicry of the monarch butterfly.

- Mar 8, 2021

This article has what you need to know about the amazing European mantis, Connecticut's state insect, including its predatory habits and natural history.

- Mar 8, 2021

This article examines the fearsome and deadly snake known as the Egyptian cobra. The snake's behavioral patterns, venom toxicity (in relation to humans), habitat, reproduction, and general characteristics are discussed at length.

- Feb 22, 2021

This article discusses the migration, feeding peculiarities, and lifecycle of the beautiful monarch butterfly.

- Mar 25, 2021