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Math in Cartoons

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Uploaded
Jun 18, 2005 | 3:54 PM EDT

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Author Comments

I had to make this project for math class about two months ago. The teacher gave me a B, but the class loved it. Hope you guys like it too.

-Warning: Kinda Educational-

Reviews


The-Real-GiovanniThe-Real-Giovanni

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I liked that!

Math is cool and so is cool! Keep up the algebra related goodness!

Calculus FOREVA!



Grammar-RocksGrammar-Rocks

Rated 5 / 5 stars

math rocks

yeah



MisterCollinsMisterCollins

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I would give it an A!

This cartoon is very educational and I think I even learned something from it. The style and animation was a nice mix of tweens and frame by frame and the backgrounds were easy to look at. This math is presented in an entertaining fashion which makes it a great movie that I could show my class! 8/10



DipmunkDipmunk

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

AWW

She only gave you a B... that stingy b!tch.



ChaseshawChaseshaw

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Cute idea, has potential

I recently finished a degree in math from The Ohio State University and you have a really good idea on your hands, but the video only explained one of two general concepts and didn't really dive into any of the math. Next time try mentioning the eq'n of the unit circle is x²+y²=1, or how the area of the head needs to be about the same, lest a character have a giant head one second and a head the size of a raisin when his facial expressions change. If you ever decide to use this again (a lot of my work in college is recycled stuff from high school) I'd recommend detailing a few more math ideas in cartoons and not just generally explaining them, but really diving into the math.