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The surface in above image is a portion of the graph of
some mathematical equation.
Let's do some brainstorming:
Can you guess what's inside the surface?
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benice said:
The surface in above image is a portion of the graph of
some mathematical equation.
Let's do some brainstorming:
Can you guess what's inside the surface?
.
.
benice said:A funny curve:
The above graphics were created completely using math formulas and math softwares.
limitkiller said:so what does it look like ?
"Funny Math Art" is a type of art that combines elements of mathematics and humor. It often includes math equations, formulas, and symbols in a creative and amusing way.
The concept behind "Guess what's inside?" is to use math equations and symbols to create images that appear to have something hidden inside. Viewers are encouraged to use their math skills to solve the equations and discover what is hidden.
I am constantly thinking about ways to combine math and humor in a creative way. Sometimes the images are based on a specific math concept or formula, while other times they are just meant to be silly and entertaining.
Both! While the main purpose is to entertain and make people laugh, these images also serve as a fun way to engage with math concepts and improve math skills.
Yes, anyone with basic math knowledge can solve the equations and figure out what's inside. However, some images may require more advanced math skills, so it may be more challenging for some viewers.