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Fibonacci Sequence: Crown jewels of mathematics

Feb 7, 2023 | Loveland Blog

In many ways, the Fibonacci sequence is one of the crown jewels of mathematics. With its simplistic yet elegant internal structure, and its ability to describe the patterning of so many non-mathematical entities, the Fibonacci Sequence has taken on an almost mystical value for some people.

Bees, The Math-Savvy Insect

Jan 31, 2023 | Loveland Blog

Bees are impressive creatures, powering entire ecosystems via pollination and making sweet honey. But it turns out the little striped insects are also quite clever. A new study suggests that, despite having tiny brains, bees understand the mathematical concepts of addition and subtraction. Find out more about this wild topic in our blog.

The Most Inspirational and funniest Math Quotes for Kids

Jan 25, 2023 | Loveland Blog

Math is fun and one great way to spread that fun is to share famous math quotes by renowned people in history. They can inspire and they can entertain. So when you find yourself up against a tough math problem, take a quick break and enjoy a funny or inspirational math quote.

Trigonometric Applications in Real Life

Jan 17, 2023 | Loveland Blog

With trigonometry finding out the heights of mountains or towers is possible, also in astronomy, it is used to find the distance between stars or planets and is widely used in physics, architecture, and GPS navigation systems. Let's find out more in this blog.

Some Amazing Math Facts to Make Your New Year Special!

Jan 10, 2023 | Loveland Blog

It is always exciting to discover cool ways in which you can use or observe Math in the world around you. There are so many great applications for math and there are also some very surprising math-related facts about things you see in front of you every day but just have not viewed through a mathematical lens.

Amazing fractals found in nature

Jan 3, 2023 | Loveland Blog

Fractals are known as geometric shapes that display similarity through their full range of scale—that is, they look the same no matter how big or how small they are. It’s pretty cool when you think about it and even cooler when you realize that they are found everywhere in nature! Read this article to learn more about Fractals found in nature.

How Coding Makes Math Fun

Dec 27, 2022 | Loveland Blog

Do you know that learning to build cool applications and software can actually strengthen a child’s appreciation for math skills? Let’s find out more about coding and math in this blog.

Math Vs Statistics: Important Points One Should Know

Dec 22, 2022 | Loveland Blog

The main difference between mathematics and statistics is that statistics is the study of the collection, description, analysis, interpretation, and representation of data, while mathematics is the science of numbers, quantity, and space. Let’s find out more in this blog.

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