"It doesn't look great for the birds." Despite targeted at 8 to 9-year-olds, the math problem had adults across the internet totally stumped.
According to the educator, kids had been calling them the name "this whole past school year" and they were getting worried.
"We didn't have any benchmarks to compare him to because he was an only child," the student's mother said.
From mentions of racial prejudice to teaching kids to empathize with their classmates—this is what gets a math textbook banned in Florida.
By using two circles of the northern and southern hemispheres scientists said they have created the most accurate 2D map of Earth to date.
Margaret Shelton, from Pittsburgh, saw her four-game "Jeopardy!" streak come to an end, after depleting her earnings with a risky wager.
The "Nerdle" puzzle for February 25 can be tricky if you don't find the right arithmetic signs. To help you narrow things down, Newsweek prepared a quick guide.
"Nerdle" is a daily puzzle that tasks you with guessing the right "Sum of the Day." Here is everything you need to know, including how the game compares to "Wordle."
The educator was responding to an email from a parent "reminding her that in America we do not use the metric system."
The seemingly simple bit of algebra sparked more than 4,500 comments, with people weighing in on both sides.
The video was filmed by a Native American student who reportedly "felt that violence was being committed against him."
The tricky mathematical problem involves adding up seven numbers together without the use of a calculator or pen and paper.
A tweet has gone viral with users debating in the comments over the math used to solve a basic algebra question.
Believe it or not, there are two separate days every year that honor the dessert, and there's another that celebrates a really important number.
Despite acknowledging that more people in Washington voted for Democrats than Republicans, TikToker Dutch Hollander seemed to argue that land mass demonstrated a majority for Republicans.
"Benoit was a rare person who looked more broadly and by this, saw more deeply," said his son, Dr. Didier Mandelbrot.
Twitter and TikTok have a new celeb to stan—MSNBC's Steve Kornacki.
Any big ratio fans out there? Events and activities are happening around the world to celebrate Pi Day.
The measles vaccine is incredibly effective, yet recurrences and outbreaks abound.
A mathematician discusses why math is relevant to everyday life, what he thinks of the anti-vaxxer movement and whether he worries about the transmission of communicable diseases during air travel.
It could be months, if not years, before we find out if Michael Atiyah's claims are true.
Shortly after Cambridge University professor Caucher Birkar put the briefcase down on a table, it went missing.
Radio waves are fast, but not fast enough to reach us before a civilization goes extinct.