Computer Science A Bit of Binary Fun Many educators justify teaching binary (base 2) because it's how computer represent numbers. As compelling as this argument may sound, I believe that binary numbers are much more interesting.

Math A Beautiful Number Phi is equal to the irrational number 1.618..., but why does it show up everywhere?

Computer Science Cracking the Fibonacci Interview Question Fibonacci numbers are the defacto example for recursive programming, but is there a better way to generate them?

Math Sinking your teeth into combinatorics Not many people would describe high school math as memorable. However, my grade 12 teacher once posed a problem that has stuck in my head ever since.

Math Weight for It: An Alternative Proof for Ceva's Theorem Math is unreasonably effective. With the simple concept Center of Mass, I will prove something completely unrelated about triangles (Ceva's Theorem).

Math Prove It In grade 12 Calculus, I needed to write a proof for an assignment. This wasn't the first time I had encountered proofs. I had read some gorgeous proofs that had absolutely blown me