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.
What is a structure and how do you make it sturdy? Hamza wants a new bookcase. He enlists help to build it and learns that there are three forms that make the basis of all structures: frames, shells, and solids.
Hamza is packing for a vacation, but he can't fit all of his stuff in his suitcase. Origami to the rescue - he takes a nod from the art of Japanese paper folding to make things with a lot of surface area take up less space.