/r/theydidthemonstermath

tha momster math :)

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I just graduated from High School but I actually don't understand most of the math I did there, especially calculus. I enthusiasm for mathematics but I am not really good at it. I have decided that I will embark on a journey to learn mathematics from the ground up to advanced topics. I know something like this can take years but I intend to do it in 6 months. Does anyone want to join me in this? Any advice maybe?

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2024/05/19

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I asked my friend how many times can i fokd the paper she was like 1000 million times and i was like (i wonder how thicc that is)

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2024/05/14

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2024/05/11

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2024/05/11

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The argument is that the video in my post is that the object(s) in question are skydivers with flairs attached to their feet, the parachutes engage and that’s what allows them to look like they’re staying in motion

VS

An astronomical event

Based on the zoom, perspective and size of these objects I think they’re bigger than a person would be.

Someone please help me out with the math 🧮 to prove or disprove this

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2024/05/07

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Beginning with George Washington who was in office from April 30, 1789 to March 4, 1797.

Thomas Jefferson

March 4, 1801 to March 4, 1809

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2024/04/24

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2024/04/22

17:48 UTC

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This is a giant number so good luck. Super mario maker 2 btw not 1

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2024/04/21

09:02 UTC

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If that were the case, give or take a few trillion years,

Todays time would be at about

0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000027 % of the way to the end of the universe. That is 2.7 hundredts of a septenvigintillion of the way.

The death of all matter, meaning that all protons that weren't absorbed in time by a black hole would be at about

0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000002 % of the way to the end of the universe. That is 2 septendecillionths of the way.

It gets even crazier.

If we were to stretch the entire fuckin life of the universe, big bang to pure emptiness, in a year, these two event would happen

today's time :

8.5x 10^-83 or 8.5 hundredts of sexvigintillionth of a second after midnight on january first

and the death of all matter excluding black holes :

6.3x 10^-47 or 6.3 hundredths quattuordecillionth of a second after midnight on january first

And if we put the big bang as the start of a year and the death of all matter exluding black holes on the span of a year, current times would happen

6.3 x 10^-49 or 6.3 tenths of a quindecillionth of a second on january first right after midnight.

Since this doesnt mean shit, and is way too small, , let's put this on the scale of the current lifespan of the universe. Let's say the big bang starts at the big bang and the death of all matter happens right now, 13.7 billion years later. Where would current times be ? Welp here's the answer :

2.7 x 10^-31 or 2.7 tenths of a nonillionth of a second after the big bang.

That's fucking wild

We are so fucking meaningless in the grand scheme of time, i absolutely love this. I am an aspiring physics teacher and i love this !

If you have any question about the math, please do ask !

(There also may be errors) (Writing error too, i'm billingual but not on astronomical numbers levels)

If you read this all, congrats,

If you read this all, you are welcome for the existential crisis.

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2024/04/20

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2024/04/16

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2024/04/10

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2024/03/31

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There is a game, where you have to guess a football player based on clues like nationality, league they play for, team they play for, age, shirt number and position. You have 8 tries, with each try you can unlock a clue if guessed right.

I want to know if starting with the same player every time is more efficient to guess the correct player faster.

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2024/03/29

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2024/03/27

22:38 UTC

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So I was bored and decided to calculate how powerful the explosion from a Gigantamax Voltorb’s self destruct. I will have to make several assumptions mainly due to not knowing how gigantamax forms work not how much energy self destruct is supposed to release. That said, here goes nothing:
According to several Voltorbs I found, they have an average height of half a meter and a mass of approximately 10kg. From this we know that the radius of a Voltorb is 0,25m and we can calculate their volume to be 4/3*Pi*0,25^3 = 0,065m^3. We can now calculate the average density of a Voltorb (which I will assume to be uniform to simplify the maths) to be 10/0,065 ≈ 153,85kg/m^3.
Now to calculate the volume of a gigantamax voltorb I will use the gym’s stadiums as a frame of reference assume it’s diameter to be just under that of an American football stadium’s field’s shortest side, or approximately 45m (it’s normally 48,8m but I cut off a bit to simplify the math and ensure that the voltorb would have a bit of space between it and the walls of the stadium like in the game), giving us a volume of about 47 713m^3 meaning that (assuming that a voltorb’s density remains the same when gigantamaxed) a gigantamax voltorb has an approximate mass of 153,85*47 713 = 7 340 645kg.
Due to not knowing the exact nature of self destruct’s explosion I will compare it with the TSAR bomb’s mass to explosive yield ratio (210*10^15J/27 000kg) of 7,(7)*10^12J/kg. This means that an average gigantamax voltorb’s explosive yield would be of approximately 5,7*10^19J or in other words it would be 271,4 times more powerful than the most powerful bomb built by man to this day.
I have tried to get an image from https://nuclearsecrecy.com/nukemap/ but it says it fails to simulate an explosion this massive.

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2024/03/14

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Like if Aliens landed and were like your planet is worth 20 trillion… so we’re staking your holdings in the interplanetary stonks at 20 trill… could we come back at them with like a better figure? How much and why.

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2024/03/01

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2024/02/29

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2024/02/22

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If you were able to dismantle plenty of TI-80 calculators to create energy for a home how many TI-80 calculators would have to be salvaged toward science for this feat to occur every 100 square feet?

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2024/02/13

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2024/02/04

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Ever played uno and pick up a bunch of one colour in a row? Happen to me just wondering how many games you would have to play until the cards sort themselves out by colour

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2024/02/03

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I’m a knitter and I am attempting to make a blanket using squares, one for each day of the year. I’m also adding four squares to spell out the year as well as twelve, one for each month. That means I’m knitting 377 squares. A standard queen size blanket is either 90 by 90 inches or 90 by 100 inches.

- How many rows would I need?
- How many squares per row?
- How big do I need to make each square?

I’m also okay with making a throw blanket which would be 60 by 50 inches if that’s easier to calculate.

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2024/01/28

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2024/01/19

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