Do you know that math can help you survive? I’m not talking about jobs, money, and feeding yourself—I mean the lost in the wilderness, life depends on it kind of surviving. How does this work? Keep on reading The Math Dude to find out

October 14, 2015 — Jason Marshall

How can you measure time without using a stopwatch? You could use the movement of the sun across the sky, watch a pendulum swing or burn some very special string. Keep on reading to find out how it works!

September 16, 2015 — Jason Marshall

What are the odds of successfully flying through an asteroid field like the one in *The Empire Strikes Back*? Are they really 3,720 to one as suggested by C-3PO? Or are they much worse…or perhaps better? Keep on reading to find out

August 5, 2015 — Jason Marshall

Ever heard of the Monty Hall problem? If so, did the world famous brain teaser leave you flummoxed? If not, how does getting flummoxed—and then just as quickly un-flummoxed—sound? Hopefully you're up for the challenge (and the fun) because that's exactly what's in store for today!

June 24, 2015 — Jason Marshall

What's the most important holiday in May? Obviously it's Mother's Day. But did you know there's an equation that can help you celebrate Mom? Keep on reading to find out what it is!

May 6, 2015 — Jason Marshall

How is rainfall measured? What does it mean when it rains an inch? And how many gallons of water fall on your roof in a storm? Keep on reading to learn all about the math behind April showers and May flowers

April 8, 2015 — Jason Marshall

Want to amaze your friends at that Super Bowl party you're going to? All you have to do is hit 'em with some Super Bowl math fun facts. Keep on reading to learn what they are!

January 28, 2015 — Jason Marshall

How many different New Year's Eve countdowns are there around the world? When do astronauts celebrate New Year's? Who celebrates first? And last? Keep on reading to learn all about these New Year's math fun facts

December 31, 2014 — Jason Marshall

What are the chances that two players on the same soccer team share a birthday? How about two students in the same algebra class? Both seem pretty unlikely, right? The answer might surprise you!

October 1, 2014 — Jason Marshall

The number 9 is kind of amazing. How amazing? Keep on reading for the exciting conclusion to Math Dude's story about the magical number 9

July 9, 2014 — Jason Marshall

Have you ever noticed that the number 9 is kind of amazing? What's that…did I hear you say "NO?" Then prepare yourself to be amazed and keep on reading to learn all about the magic behind the mysterious number 9

July 2, 2014 — Jason Marshall

Think of a number, add 3, double it, now subtract 4, divide by 2, and finally subtract your original number from the result. You get 1, right? How do I know? And what are some other fun math tricks that you can use to amaze your friends? Keep on reading to find out

June 18, 2014 — Jason Marshall

How do you turn a bunch of data into a super-handy graph? Keep on reading to learn the final 2 steps in Math Dude's easy 4-step method for making graphs

May 14, 2014 — Jason Marshall

What are graphs? When are they useful? And how do you make one? Keep on reading to learn an easy 4-step method for making graphs.

May 8, 2014 — Jason Marshall

The Math Dude: Quick & Dirty Tips to Make Math Simpler

April 27, 2014 — Jason Marshall

The Math Dude: Quick & Dirty Tips to Make Math Simpler

April 13, 2014 — Jason Marshall

The Math Dude: Quick & Dirty Tips to Make Math Simpler

April 12, 2014 — Jason Marshall

The Math Dude: Quick & Dirty Tips to Make Math Simpler

April 5, 2014 — Jason Marshall

The Math Dude: Quick & Dirty Tips to Make Math Simpler

December 25, 2013 — Jason Marshall

The Math Dude: Quick & Dirty Tips to Make Math Simpler

December 18, 2013 — Jason Marshall