Infinite numbers

Stretching in all directions

Puzzling idea

Sydney Sidess

## Category: Late Elementary

## Pi Day

Today is Pi Day

Three point one four one five nine

This is all I know

Vicky Adams

Thomas College

## Fractions

Halves, wholes, fourths, slices,

All are considered fractions,

Broken in pieces.

Lindsey Desmarais

## Remainders

The remainders get

smaller each time but cannot

go below zero.From the Princeton Companion to Mathematicsfound using Haiku Finder software and selected by Angela Brett

## Magical Maths: Provoking Curiosity – Ben Sparks and Rob Eastaway

Example magic tricks,

Do you want know how they work?,

Maths is the answer!

@InformalTeacher

Summary of the video presentation Magical Maths: Provoking Curiosity presented by Ben Sparks and Rob Eastaway at The Complete Mathematics Conference. Haiku originally posted at the Informal Maths Teacher blog.

## Inverses

foes that cancel out

leaving empty battlefields

wherever they meet

Ben Orlin

Math with Bad Drawings

The Mathematician’s Haiku Book

## Infinity

a thing with no end

not even the distant one

you’re picturing now

Ben Orlin

Math with Bad Drawings

The Mathematician’s Haiku Book

## Dragonflies

On the pond surface

Paul Glendinning

reflected dragonflies clash.

Mirror symmetry.

Department of Mathematics, University of Manchester, UK

## Loganberry Pie

loganberry pie . . .

every year on March fourteen

she celebrates pi

Valentina Ranaldi-Adams

## Circle

The area of

Any given circle is

Always pi r squared

Lululu, age 12