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Y’all might be interested in these Jeopardy! clues in the category “Math in Movies” (from last Friday):

  1. $400 | Dev Patel played mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan in 2016′s “The Man Who Knew” this limitless number
  2. $800 (Daily Double) | The Fibonacci sequence factors into the clues left behind by a museum curator in this 2006 film*
  3. $1200 | I have the solution! This film starred Gwyneth Paltrow as a mathematician afraid of inheriting insanity
  4. $1600 | The instrument called this type of “rule” helps rescue the crew of “Apollo 13″
  5. $2000 | Jodie Foster directed & starred in this “Little” film about a math prodigy & his mom

Correct responses below:

¿ǝʇɐ⊥ uɐW ǝ❘ʇʇı⅂ sı ʇɐɥM ˙5 ¿ǝ❘nɹ ǝpı❘s ɐ sı ʇɐɥM ˙߈ ¿ɟooɹԀ sı ʇɐɥM ˙Ɛ ¿ǝpoↃ ıɔuıᴧ ɐᗡ ǝɥ⊥ sı ʇɐɥM ˙ᘔ ¿ʎʇıuıɟuı sı ʇɐɥM ˙⇂

* Image features a confused-looking champion Neil Uspal, who risked $2000 and did get the correct response.

anonymous asked:

(Congrats on almost 500!!! Proud of you!) what would the karasuno boys tumblrs be like and how many followers would they have

thank you so much i love you

hinata- his blog is full to the brim of positivity posts and sunny pictures. you know those posts that say “remember to drink water today!!!” and have like a list of self care stuff??? hes the source. he also has like his training regimen and updates what hes doing frequently. he has a good 700 to 800 following

kageyama- a less active user, he only posts once a blue moon and its usually something volleyball related. he has less than 100 followers, all die hard volleyball fan s too (his follower number goes up once he wins nationals tho)

tsukishima- he has two blog. the first is the one he shows everyone full of cynicism and mocking aesthetic and hinata’s positivity posts. the other is his guilty pleasure dinosaur one just filled to the brim with comics, pictures, facts. he loves it. no one most know. he has about 1000 followers. 

yamaguchi- he has an aesthetic blog that he loves. full of pastels and happy pictures that make him and his followers happy. he loves it and often posts selfies. he has around 3500 followers tbh

noya- shitposter extraordinaire. its just shitposting 24/7 non stop. he has around 2000 followers

tanaka- memes. tanaka is up to date on all the memes all the time and he is good to go. ironic memes, fresh memes, revived memes. you want em he’s got em. around 1200 followers

ennoshita- film blog. geeking out about new movies, sharing his ideas, meeting people into filmmaking. he posts new films, vintage films, clips from his own home made films. around 800 followers

asahi- he runs a blog dedicated to small animals because he loves them and he wants them to be taken care of. he was forced to get a tumblr and thats the only thing that interested him. vines of animals, pictures, videos. so smol. 700 followers

suga- suga is a fandom/aesthetic blog. he rules over everyone elses blogs with 10000 followers because he posts so much so often. pictures, fandom memes, positivity posts, he’s got everything and everyone loves it

daichi- fitness blog. people beg him to post selfies. he talks about volleyball, tips for exercising, and constantly complains about the small family of karasuno he has to manage. he also answers like 20 questions from kuroo/bokuto/tanaka/noya per day and he is suffering. 350 followers


One of two videos from National Geographic’s award-winning multimedia coverage of cheetahs in the magazine’s November 2012 iPad edition. See the other: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icFMTB….

Combining the resources of National Geographic and the Cincinnati Zoo, National Geographic documented cheetahs in a way that’s never been done before.

Using a Phantom camera filming at 1200 frames per second while zooming beside a sprinting cheetah, the team captured every nuance of the cat’s movement as it reached top speeds of 60+ miles per hour.