Abstract Confusions

Complexity is not a cause of confusion. It is a result of it.

Math comic sites

There are some important, good, hilarious math sites you need to follow.  Few of them are listed below.

xkcd.com

xkcd is one the best comic strip site based on math and drawn Randall Munroe. Randall, graduated as a physics student, writes most of the time about mathematics, romance, sarcasm and language.

He draws panel comics. And the figures in stick forms. Most of the strips have comments in the mouse over tool tips. There are some wonderful comic strips in his site. Few strips from there.

Numerical sexual positions defined

Numerical sexual positions defined

Well, chill down. Not all strips are not like that. And my best.

Angular momentum

Angular momentum

phdcomics.com

PhD Comics is the next best comic on math. This I think will be the most famous and favourite for many. Ph D is explained as piled higher and deeper. Unlike xkcd, phd comics is continous and bit lengthy form. Most of the stories are based on happenings of student who is supposed to be submiting his desertation for degree. Few of the best strips below.

My favourite one.

Seminar bingo - An interesting game to kill boredom

Seminar bingo - An interesting game to kill boredom

This happens in every seminar I have listened to. Next is the latest one after the economy went down.

Decision chart

Decision chart

And finally, this one –

Paper review comments

Paper review comments

I had some experience on that.

AbstruseGoose.com

There another math comic site. Good with math, pure math, physics and computers.

Function y=e^x

y=e^x

8 responses to “Math comic sites

  1. Mike March 1, 2009 at 4:45 AM

    Just passing by.Btw, your website have great content!

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  2. Vijayendran R June 3, 2009 at 11:49 PM

    Sigh, makes me feel romantic when i see that favourite comic strip of urs. BTW, have u proposed ? Its long due !!!!

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  5. Stanza February 21, 2011 at 5:28 PM

    Math is fun,should also be a criteria of math homework forums.Thanks for your well researched, using your guidelines will helps kids with their math homework.

    Stanza

  6. quack July 25, 2012 at 6:54 PM

    What about SpikedMath?

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