Eric uses a drawer full of socks to demonstrate the theory of probability, showing off an astonishing mathemagical trick while he's at it. You won't believe your eyes: it's not magic, it's math.
Wow your friends with this 'magic' trick that uses tumblers. One, two, three, and abracadabra! It's not magic, it's math.
Look closely and listen well. Eric the mathemagician learns that problem-solving is much like watching an illusionist - you have to pay close attention to every move. It's not magic, it's math.
Our famous mathemagician wants to show you how you too can reach the stars. All you need is a piece of folded paper and some scissors to create a perfect five-point star. It's not magic, it's maths!
Would you like to make a self-portrait? Eric knows how to make self-portraits that are perfectly to scale, even if they are tiny. It's not magic, it's maths!
Here's how to take an ordinary piece of paper and turn it into a three-dimensional jumping frog. You don't have to be a mathemagician to do it. It's not magic, it's maths!
Eric the mathemagician knows a trick that is sure to blow your mind! No matter what number you choose, you'll always wind up with the same result. It's not magic, it's math.
Can you decipher Eric's writing? Here, he reveals the 'mathemagical' mystery behind mirror writing. It's not magic, it's math.
Put on your mathemagicianal glasses and tag along with Eri. He shows us that math can be found everywhere! From pineapples to pine cones, we explore how math applies to living objects and natural structures alike.
Eric looks for mathematical patterns in art, architecture and even dance. It's not magic, it's math.
Want to know how to build the world's strongest fort? Eric shows us how to build a fort like no other. Get your cushions ready! It's not magic, it's math.
Eric is a master of illusions. Here he shows us how to create an optical illusion, drawing straight lines to make up a curve. It's not magic - it's maths!
Did you know that some things can appear far away - as though they were disappearing - when you look at them on a level surface? It's an optical illusion known as the vanishing point. It's not magic - it's maths!
Have you ever wondered how a kite works? Tag along with Eric to see how symmetry helps kites fly. It's not magic - it's maths!
Eric shares an amazing trick to show that heavy does not equal big. All you need is something heavy and a lot of something light and you'll be able to prove that weight is not the same as size.
A trick you can do by calculating the sum of a three by three block of dates on a calendar without using a calculator.
Ahoy there! Unearth the key to reading maps with grid lines and join Eric in his search for a hidden buried treasure. Arr!
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