Woah. What happened to this topic

I remember when we used it a lot

# The Numberphile Topic -- The Official Nerdy Math Topic! [OLD]

**Gobli09**#495

I tried to spam like this topic

I'm not finished

Edit: I'll continue spamliking it tomorrow

**t1_hopscotch**#500

@JonnyGamer @Stradyvarious I haven’t watched this entirely yet and I’m not sure if you would like it, but I thought of you both when I saw this!

It’s a maths video from Vsauce:

**JonnyGamer**#501

Oooh! I saw that on my recommended list! Awesome! Thank you!

Woah! I watched it just now! That’s crazy mind blowing!!

**Healeybot1**#504

Try to solve this, and send me your answer.

If you can’t read it, this is what it says:

Find the square root of the sum of the areas of all the individual shapes in Bill Cipher including his eye.

The key; 1 inch = 5 meters.

**Ihasfluffycupcakes**#505

I’m going into 5th grade and I don’t remember how to do long division… oops?

**JonnyGamer**#508

It was pretty good! The instructors type wicked fast, and I got some whispers from them and also one of the teachers made a mini private group chat between me and him for like a minute. Also, I got to stay and chat with the students after the class. (Imaginary Numbers is the next topic and I can’t wait for e^(i*pi)

Why are the seniors and juniors scary? There are probably a lot of them I guess

**Healeybot1**#509

Hey guys. I never thought I’d ask this (first time for everything), but I need some help with my homework. With 8m-(8-m)=28, would it be best to not change the 8? 16 and 64 didn’t really work well. With 8m I got 2.5.

Also, how do I solve a problem like this one? 8x-5=15-x

**BuildASnowman**#510

For 8m-(8-m)=28, you have to distribute the negative outside the parentheses into the 8 and the -m.

-1 times 8 = -8, and -1 times -m = m. So, you have 8m-8+m = 28. Can you take it from here? (Hint: Collect like terms)

For the second equation 8x-5=15-x, add x to both sides. 8x-5+x=15-x+x. Simplify and you get 9x-5=15. Do you understand those steps?

**BuildASnowman**#513

That’s correct! You would notate that 2.2, but with the second 2 with a bar over it. You would call it “2.2 repeating”