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 😀
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!
Copyright of the image belongs to Arc System Works.
Happy Chinese New Year 2563, everyone!
It’s time to play fireworks, dress in red, and of course, the one you all love… red envelopes! Mmm-hmm, the Chinese sure have interesting traditions, aren’t they? Have you ever feel curious where do those traditions originated from?
In this post, I’ve made a Blazblue sprite comic to tell you the origins behind the Chinese New Year. Check it out!
Who is Hinazumi Maya? Hinazumi Maya is my original character as well as the mascot of this site. She was first created during my early days of junior high school as a random scribble, however by strings of fate, gained more development and became my favorite original character.