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Math Cookies! and Learning Something New



These Math cookies on Pinterest from Nina Pacella were so cute(!) I had to make them! These cookies are cute for Math Day Mar. 4!) or for any day really -- and for any geek or mathematician! They can also help people learn something new.


https://pin.it/3qb76uazunzm57

https://www.nutritiousindulgence.com/


Fun facts about math and Math Day at the bottom of the post. :)







Attempt #1:


I made sugar cookies and non-Royal Icing that I have made before.

https://www.wearegoodatthis.com/post/trying-out-cookies-icing-for-decorating-easy-sugar-cookies-non-royal-icing-icing


Something new I used for these cookies was an edible marker. That helped me with fine details like drawing the plane and writing.


I let the background frosting set overnight before I painted and drew on the details.



RESULT: Success!


We are good at this! They are so cute & geeky! I don't know which one is my favorite. I love the tangerine (sin / cos = tan) - haha! Geek! :) I also love the Snakes on a plane! Acute angle is just cute.


As I mentioned above, these cookies are cute for Math Day or for any day really -- and for any geek or mathematician any day! Some of the cookie design jokes are actually some pretty advanced concepts in math, so making them can encourage people to look up what they mean and learn something new too. :)


Give it a try! We are good at this!













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Some Fun Facts about Math:

1. The word “hundred” comes from the old Norse term, “hundrath”, which actually means 120 and not 100.

2. In a room of 23 people there’s a 50% chance that two people have the same birthday.

3. Most mathematical symbols weren’t invented until the 16th century. Before that, equations were written in words.

5. Conversely, “one” is the only number that is spelt with letters arranged in descending order.

6. From 0 to 1000, the only number that has the letter “a” in it is “one thousand”.

7. ‘Four’ is the only number in the English language that is spelt with the same number of letters as the number itself.

8. Every odd number has an “e” in it.

9.Over 2000 years ago, Eratosthenes estimated the Earth’s circumference using math, without ever leaving Egypt, and he was accurate to within 2%

10. Markings on animal bones indicate that humans have been doing math since around 30,000BC.


There are 10 more facts on this website!

https://www.whizz.com/en-us/blog/20-cool-facts-math/


What is World Math Day?

"Founded by 3P Learning, World Maths Day gives people the chance to take part in the world’s largest online math competition using 3P Learning’s Mathletics engine."

https://www.daysoftheyear.com/days/world-maths-day/

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