What Do the Earth's Atmosphere and Math Facts Have in Common?

We launched FactFreaks.com at the beginning of the school year. To date students have been shown 52 million math facts!

That’s a lot of flash cards!

Fact: One 10pt card stock flash card is .010’ thick. Stacked on top of each other, 52 million math cards represent 520,000 inches or, 43,333 feet or, 8.2 miles.

Fact: The tallest building in the world is Burj Khalifa located in Dubai, UAE with a total height of 2,716 feet.

Fact: Mount Everest, the tallest mountain on Earth, is approximately 29,032 feet tall.

Fact: Most commercial airliners fly anywhere from about 31,000 feet to 42,000 feet.

Big Facts: FactFreaks in a few months has metaphorically grown over 15x taller than any man-made building, has skyrocketed past the summit of Mt. Everest, and is flying higher than the average cruising altitude!

So, my friends, we are doing our part for the environment by saving the trees that would produce 52 million flash cards. We’re saving time for parents and teachers. And best of all, students are soaring as they learn their basic math facts.

And we’re just getting started! ​Let's aim for the mesosphere​​!​

Steve Hare

Math-Whisperer. Humanist.
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