Thursday, January 19, 2012

Meet the Numbers


12 comments:

Slimbolala said...

Love it! (Though I'm a complete sucker for nerdy math jokes.)

larsen said...

Great!!!! but how you would draw Googol and Googolplex??

Edward Frankchesko Yanquen BriƱez said...

do you know that the smallest solitary number is ten, don't you?

Anonymous said...

Actually, nobody knows for sure if ten is a solitary number. But primes (and powers of primes) are definitely solitary. That includes 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 9...

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wheatgerm said...

good be great for math teachers

Vojta Drevikovsky said...

Haha, I only remember some of these number from school... what goes after 8?

Grace | employment posters said...

I've completely forgotten everything about solitary numbers and fibonacci numbers.

Emma said...

Why is 6 a friendly number? ^__^

Grant said...

Emma: Here's an explanation about friendly numbers: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friendly_number
I'd never heard of them until I did some research for this comic!

Dabulper said...

Oh... and where is PI???

Alan Liddell said...

Glad you gave e some love. Showboat pi always hogs the spotlight.