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Play : Couch 2048

Couch 2048 is a simple mathematical logic game. Drag and combine balls containing the same number as they fall on top of the couch. How long will it take you to reach 2048? 🙂 Courtesy and more games at www.physicsgames.net

Know : Grow and Shrink inside an Ames Room

Do you know how the normal sized humans transformed as Hobbits in the movie The Lord Of The Rings? You too can shrink and grow back as they did 🙂 Because they used several Ames room sets in Shire sequences to make the heights of the diminutively-sized hobbits correct when standing next to the taller Gandalf. What is an Ames Room? Well before getting into the…

Know : Triangle, Square, Pentagon… How long it goes?

Triangle Δ (3), Square (4), Pentagon (5), Hexagon (6), Heptagon(7), Octagon(8)… How long it can go? A Megagon is a shape with 1,000,000 equal sides.  Even if drawn at the size of the Earth, a regular megagon would be very difficult to distinguish from a circle. A regular polygon is a polygon that is equiangular (all angles are equal in measure) and equilateral (all sides have the same length).  How many…

'Snoopy' Digs the Archive for You: May 2013

Visiting our blog now? Well, you could have missed a few interesting posts. Here we bring you “Snoopy” he will dig the archives and bring you the complete list of old posts in one place. Check out now what Snoopy found from May 2013.   One question poll : Know what others say: Love or Hate their Job? 5 Insights from…

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Share anything you read, you liked, you want the world to know about. Ask anything you want to know about.  “Education is Everything” – you might see this as our tag line, not just as words. We Propel Steps get all the inspiration from that strong belief. Through education, we can bring many positive changes. Wisdom, Humanity, Environmental issues, Fair…

Tribute : Shakuntala Devi "Human Computer"

In 1977 in USA she competed with a computer to see who gives the cube root of 188,132,517 faster, she won. That same year, at the Southern Methodist University she was asked to give the 23rd root of a 201-digit number; she answered in 50 seconds. Her answer—546,372,891—was confirmed by calculations done at the U.S. Bureau of Standards by the Univac 1101 computer, for which…

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