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Small House Plan

Small House Plan

Can be achieved with two long shipping containers next to each other with two medium containers next to each other on top, thus creating the balcony.

Can be achieved with two long shipping containers next to each other with two medium containers next to each other on top, thus creating the balcony.

Large preview of 3D Model of shipping container home with courtyard,

Large preview of 3D Model of shipping container home with courtyard,

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Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 143 - Shipping Container Home Plans - How to Plan, Design and Build your own House out of Cargo Containers:

Shipping Container Homes Book Series – Book 143 - Shipping Container Home Plans - How to Plan, Design and Build your own House out of Cargo Containers:

Beauty and the Maths • mathmajik: The Prime Number Spiral was allegedly discovered by physicist Stanislaw Ulam while doodling during a boring physics talk.  When the natural numbers are arranged in a spiral on a grid, and the prime numbers are highlighted, an interesting pattern emerges: diagonal lines appear. The effect seems sufficiently obvious to preclude any sort of optical illusion, but thus far there is no explanation for the effect

Beauty and the Maths • mathmajik: The Prime Number Spiral was allegedly discovered by physicist Stanislaw Ulam while doodling during a boring physics talk. When the natural numbers are arranged in a spiral on a grid, and the prime numbers are highlighted, an interesting pattern emerges: diagonal lines appear. The effect seems sufficiently obvious to preclude any sort of optical illusion, but thus far there is no explanation for the effect

The Universe Is Not Infinite

The Universe Is Not Infinite

Japanese Math. This works. I want to teach my 3rd graders a few ways to solve multiplication: Traditional, lattice, and now maybe this--I think it would be fun. :)

Japanese Math. This works. I want to teach my 3rd graders a few ways to solve multiplication: Traditional, lattice, and now maybe this--I think it would be fun. :)

Math Made Easy – Multiplication Made Simple

Math Made Easy – Multiplication Made Simple

Los números primos: disposiciones "geométricas" - Ciencia Bizarra  Si disponemos los números en seis columnas   nos damos cuenta de que todos los números primos son de la forma 6n−1 o 6n+1 (¡lo cual no quiere decir que todos los números de la forma 6n±1 sean primos!). Es fácil de ver que todos los números de las columnas primera, tercera y quinta son pares y, por lo tanto, compuestos (a excepción del 2, claro). Los de la segunda columna son también compuestos (múltiplos de 3): 6n+3=3(2n+1).

Los números primos: disposiciones "geométricas" - Ciencia Bizarra Si disponemos los números en seis columnas nos damos cuenta de que todos los números primos son de la forma 6n−1 o 6n+1 (¡lo cual no quiere decir que todos los números de la forma 6n±1 sean primos!). Es fácil de ver que todos los números de las columnas primera, tercera y quinta son pares y, por lo tanto, compuestos (a excepción del 2, claro). Los de la segunda columna son también compuestos (múltiplos de 3): 6n+3=3(2n+1).