Science Bunnies and Other Things Too
nowyoukno:

Now You Know (Source)
tigburr:

coolmathstuff:

allofthemath:

appliedmathemagics:

themathkid:

Can’t. Stop. Watching.

this is hypnotic…

Conic sections are all connected! A hyperbola is an anti circle, in this case.

Remember, the equation for a circle involves adding x squared and y squared, while the equation for a hyperbola involves subtracting one from the other. The other consequence of this is that is that if you extend the graph of either one to include imaginary and complex x or y values, a hyperbola contains a circle in its empty space, and a circle has a hyperbola surrounding it.

I FOUND THE MATHEMATICIANS!
FRIENDS! FRIENDS!!

tigburr:

coolmathstuff:

allofthemath:

appliedmathemagics:

themathkid:

Can’t. Stop. Watching.

this is hypnotic…

Conic sections are all connected! A hyperbola is an anti circle, in this case.

Remember, the equation for a circle involves adding x squared and y squared, while the equation for a hyperbola involves subtracting one from the other. The other consequence of this is that is that if you extend the graph of either one to include imaginary and complex x or y values, a hyperbola contains a circle in its empty space, and a circle has a hyperbola surrounding it.

I FOUND THE MATHEMATICIANS!

FRIENDS! FRIENDS!!

dannysauruswrecks:

Not even sorry.

jonnovstheinternet:

So I heard it’s Earth Day

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