Whoever made the heart symbol to express love clearly didn’t give enough resemblance to the realistic shape of heart, but some of these graphs show that love knows no border — even for scientific students or math manias!

And this one is for the 3D form:

Some of you might be thinking…

Don’t worry, meet GeoGebra. It’s a *free* mathematics software that joins geometry, algebra, tables, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easy-to-use package. Not only you can use this to show those graphs, it will also help you a lot in your studies 😀

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Neat, aren’t they? Now you can have something to show to your math-loving crush, or simply spread those beautiful equations.

That’s it from me for now,

Happy Valentine and may your day be filled with love, today and the upcoming days!

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nice article- happy valz day ❤

nice one vin. now let’s see if there’s any math-lover around here …

That’s a interesting Valentine’s Day post–for a moment there, I thought I was back in math class, and my heart skipped a beat 🙂 Thanks for visiting my “freshly pressed” blog post, and leaving a comment. Happy Valentine’s Day.

Happy Valentine as well, and thanks for your feedback. 🙂

Nice post, Vin. Thanks for your GeoGebra info. I think people who hates math, now will know how to learn math with fun ^_^

My thanks as well ^_^

And if you explore it far enough, you can create many more interesting graphs with it, like a Batman symbol, for example. Just a little thing to show that math can be fun 😀

Valz day level : asian

This was a fun posting. How math can prove the matters of the heart. Or can it?

You can even use math for flirting (especially with the dilligent-girl type) XD

“I wish I were sin^2 and you were cos^2, so together we will be one.”

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