Maths in Subject

Are you majoring in Mathematics? Are you majoring in Biology? Are you majoring in Management? Or are you majoring in arts? Can you tell me what is the subject that does not involve in Mathematics?

The answer is every subject applied in Mathematics *gulp*

Yes, every subject applied in Mathematics even it is not a science subject. For an example :  Management, Arts and even Culinary?

*Huh?* Yes, I am not joking. Even the pages are written in number. Am I right that every subject involve in Mathematics? LOL sorry, this is just an intro and I am just kidding😉

This is just my random post. I am not going to each subject into details.


✍️ This course involve in delicious foods. Learning culinary is not something that we cook using our heart. Everything has to be measured. Even to cook omelet we have to measure how many eggs to use and how much salt and onion just to balance their taste. Have you eaten your dinner? Let’s imagine the taste of omelet together!



✍️ Do you know that law subject requires the usage of number as well? Of course yes. The number can be found in every Acts and Statutes. The numbers are important to differentiate every rule in this course. Wrong section will lead to wrong application. Mathematics is not just an operation. A single number like 1 is also considered as Mathematics. Let’s digest some other foods now.

Biology, Chemistry and Physics

✍️ As we know, mathematics applied the most in these three science subject. We have to calculate the population in Biology, we have to calculate the momentum in Physics and we have to calculate density in Chemistry. A boy swimming is an example of density as he needs enough oxygen in his body to become less dense than the water.



✍️ We need mathematics to calculate money. Calculator and an accountant is best friend.


✍️ Several artists used simple grids and mathematically-based devices to accurately portray scenes on a flat surface, according to the principles of linear perspective ( Mathematics itself is arts.


Mathematics is delicious enough to learn right? Whatever happens we really cannot run from the reality that mathematics is around us. I will stop here before everyone throws a basket of rotten eggs to me LOL.

Till then ( lets eat some roti canai at Khaleel☺)



Add 8 to be 1000, can you?


Hi, guys ツ
The last week riddle was too hard right?
Don’t worry 🍭
Here is the answer for the last week riddle


One of the ‘fathers’ is also a grandfather.

Therefore the other father is both a son and a father to the grandson.

In other words, the one father is both a son and a father.


Did you get it? Actually one person is both a father and a son 😂 !
So the total egg they ate was three . Simple right?

Yeah! Maths questions can be so confusing sometime but it actually makes Maths more fun and exciting plus its teach us to be creative to solve problems.

So lets get excited!!


Here is the new riddle for this week 😉

 How can you add eight 8’s to get the number 1,000? (only use addition)




Booster #2

Proof is an idol before whom the pure mathematicians tortures himself ~Arthur Stanley Eddington, the nature of the physical world

🍘🍙math is not only about numbers! It’s more than that 🍦only the true mathematicians will understand the truth🍓🍉

It was like making a cakes right! Hmmm yummiehh! 🎂 there are many different flour🍰 to use but only the chef will know exactly what flour that he should used to make such a delicious cakes 🙌🙌🙌
And of course the struggle that he experience along his way to make such a beautiful and delicious cakes 😁😁😁

And there it is! 🎂🎂🎂🍰🍰🍰

Booster #1



LOVE ❤️‍

When my best friends ask me about love, my answer is ‘ LOVE IS DELICIOUS ‘. Most of the time, love is SWEET but sometimes love is SOUR and BITTER. Love can be SPICY too. To make it short, it’s look SIMPLE but COMPLICATED with all those spices in the relationship. 😂


Math = Love

I can’t deny this equation! Math is as simple as love. Math starts with a simple idea like eating a snack plate of KFC but it can get complicated when people wondering ‘How many calories I ate?’ ‘How fast I should eat in 5 minutes?’

 That’s why Math students write this kind of love letter to Math.



Dear Students,

I know Math is getting complicated when the alphabets came. It does not teach you much about love and relationship. It does not comfort you when you are struggling to solve problems. But, Math teach you that every problem have a SOLUTION. So, don’t ever give up! Enjoy your life in delicious way. 😋


Maths in The Shape of Food

Do you ever imagine about the shape of food involve in mathematics? We love to eat but we never imagine about mathematics in the shape of food.  Since we are in kindergarten, the teachers always teach us using colorful foods to make it more fun and attractive. There are some examples I will show you to munch. Feel the taste!

Area of circle = 2πr² : Have you ever calculate the area of pancake using above formula?

Area of cylinder = 2πrh + 2πr² : We can determine the area of bottle of pringles using above formula and do you know that pringles is a typical example of a hyperbolic  paraboloid?

Lollipop is an example of circle food shape.

Samosa, slice of cake, slice of pizza, slice of watermelon are example of triangle food shape

Egg is an example of oval food shape

Even to learn fraction, we use pie. Even to make a honeystar shaped we can use mathematics. Feel the sweetness?

Square box, round pizza, triangle slices. And sometimes we can find rectangular shape as the topping. Isn’t it fun? We can see three different shapes in one food.  Mathematics is actually fun when we relate to our daily life. There will always be sweetness after bitterness.

Is 1 a Prime Number???

We have been exposed about odd numbers, even numbers, composite numbers, prime numbers and a lot lot lot of numbers in mathematics since primary school.

Out of all those numbers mentioned above, I am very excited to share a delicious discovery about Prime Number (The Atoms of Mathematics).


  • a whole number which cannot be divided by any other whole number except 1 and itself


  • 2  3  5  7  11  13  17  19  23  29  31  37  41  43  47  53  59  61  67  71  73  79  83  89  97

Have you eat THE FIRST 25 PRIMES? Did you tasted the sourness in it? I did! The sour taste trigger me to argue WHY 1 IS NOT A PRIME NUMBER?

From the definition, it is clearly seen that 1 can be divided by 1 and of course ITSELF! But why it is excluded from the primes? Lets kick the sour out 😋

First of all, we should recall the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic.


  • every positive whole number can be written as a UNIQUE product of primes

Lets take a bite on this simple snacks;

Take 10 (ten) as an example. Assume 1 is a prime number. By using the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic, we have:

10 = 2 x 5 or 5 x 2 (we don’t really mind the order)

10 = 1 x 2 x 5

10 = 1 x 1 x 2 x 5

10 = 1 x 1 x 1 x 2 x 5 (and so on)

From here, we can see if 1 is a prime  then we wouldn’t have a UNIQUE way of writing 10 as the product of prime numbers. So, that is why 1 is EXCLUDED from the list of prime number.

Yummmyy! We solved the mystery of Prime Number deliciously. 🍦

Till the next lunch date everyone!!!