## Sierpinski’s Christmas Tree

Thanks to Bob Smith for this submission!

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# Christmas Math

## Sierpinski’s Christmas Tree

## Mintegration

## Santa math

## The 12 Days of Calculus (video)

## Vihart’s Gauss Christmath Special

## Sing this to the tune of Oh Christmas Tree

## Twas The Night Before Mathmas (text)

## Math Christmas Links

## Christmas Math Jokes

Thanks to Bob Smith for this submission!

Suprisingly, integration just became delicious!

The amount of calories Santa will consume from visiting the United States this x-mas: Now add that to the other countries!! Source: The Official Tumblr of Wolfram.

It’s getting to be that time of year! Source..

“On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me, the multiplicative identityyyyyy…” Check out Vihart’s Christmas video (which she posted last week)!

Oh isosceles, oh isosceles Two angles have Equal degrees Oh isosceles, oh isosceles You look just like A Christmas tree

Text for the poem “Twas The Night Before Mathmas” (via Spiked Math) Twas the night before Mathmas, when all through the school,Not a student was studying, not even a fool.The stockings were hung by the blackboard with care,In hopes that St Matholas soon would be there. The freshmen were nestled all snug in their seats,While …

Looking for some Christmas math humor? Here are some of the best links I have collected (along with excerpts): The Mathematics of Christmas (via Devlin’s Angle): “To keep the math simple, let’s assume that these 108 million stops are evenly distributed around the earth. That means Santa is faced with a mean distance between households …

Q: Why do mathematicians often confuse Christmas and Halloween? A: Because Oct 31 = Dec 25. Q: What’s purple, round, and doesn’t get much for Christmas? A finitely presented grape. In a previous post I had a Calculus Christmas Carol, this is the first verse (sung to the tune of “Oh, Christmas Tree”): Oh, Calculus; …