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]]>This is quite epic: a student in Singapore decided to put in extra mathematical effort into writing the question numbers on his test paper using math equations… and was rewarded in the form of getting his marks from his teacher, also in the form of math equations.We’re horrendously bad at math — can any kind souls tell us if this student failed or passed the test?

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]]>Plants are smarter then we thought. According to recent research, plants can calculate exactly how much food theY will need each night to make it through the long, dark hours.

Not only can they plan ahead thanks to their internal clocks, but apparently plants can adapt their math equation to changing external forces such as an early night. This research is the first of its kind to suggest a sophisticated arithmetic calculation.

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]]>We’re loving this blackboard style timepiece from WatchDesign, with clever (or daunting!) math equations as markers. The Math IQ watch also features a single hand rotation, providing a sleek report of the time. Check out this and other unique WatchDesign creations in the Lost At E Minor store.

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