How to count combination, taught in Anime

Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan) in Tokyo waterfront releases an educational video “How to count combinations”. The story at the beginning seems relaxed, however, as @iwiwi introduced as “crazy”, it goes too much and may frighten kids if you do not use better math. The video comes with English subtexts. Enjoy.

Let’s Study Arithmetic With Poo!

A Japanese startup Kayac released mixi [J] application “Unko Enzan [J]” for educational purpose. This is an arithmetic learning application for the primary-school pupils. However, it has funny characteristic. Poos are featured on all problems. “Unko Enzan” means “Poo Arithmetic” in Japanese. Can you solve this problem? “If a coiled poo has a diameter of… Continue reading Let’s Study Arithmetic With Poo!