50 Min.

019 = Wetness, Trees and Pet Mysteries A Problem Squared

    • Comedy

How did a hamster end up in a listener's apartment on the other side of the world?
How many leaves would humans need to photosynthesise all our energy?
Plus, an update on Dish Splatters: Why don't plastic things dry in the dishwasher?
If you've got a problem or a solution, hit us up on our website www.aproblemsquared.com, or on social media.
It's Pudding, on the 'gram
For Bec's hamster habitat, look no further.
And, welcome to the world of Hamster-tube.
Here are some of Bec's favourite hamster moms, Malica and Victoria.  
In the Catch Up segment Matt talks about solving a mathematical quandary: whether all nets of the 4D Hypercube can tile 3D space.
The answer is yes! Here is the link to that video
 

How did a hamster end up in a listener's apartment on the other side of the world?
How many leaves would humans need to photosynthesise all our energy?
Plus, an update on Dish Splatters: Why don't plastic things dry in the dishwasher?
If you've got a problem or a solution, hit us up on our website www.aproblemsquared.com, or on social media.
It's Pudding, on the 'gram
For Bec's hamster habitat, look no further.
And, welcome to the world of Hamster-tube.
Here are some of Bec's favourite hamster moms, Malica and Victoria.  
In the Catch Up segment Matt talks about solving a mathematical quandary: whether all nets of the 4D Hypercube can tile 3D space.
The answer is yes! Here is the link to that video
 

50 Min.

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