## Is Infinite Chocolate Possible?

An infinite amount of chocolate from only one candy bar? What chocolate wizardy is this? Well math of course. Our friends over at VSauce take a look at the Banach-Tarski Paradox which is a mathematical theorem that you can split any item into 5 separate pieces, and rearrange those 5 pieces into two of what you originally start of. They take a mathematical and philosophical look at what infinity could actually mean and how the Banch-Tarski Paradox plays with the foundations of this theorem. Can infinite chocolate be possible? Watch their video to find out! Be sure to check out our Math Tutoring page for more information on how you can excel in mathematics!

## What It Takes to Get a 36 on the ACT

The ACT’s importance and difficulty can be intimidating for some students and a welcomed challenge to others. With the right prep work anyone can score very highly on the ACT, and with immense focus and drive anyone can get a perfect score. Allen Chang’s article details how he is one of those people who needed to ace the test. By his own admittance he was always better at math than writing and reading but with the correct prep he made sure a perfect ACT score was inevitable. His in-depth article describes his philosophical and physical approach towards acing the ACT and how he used the same methodology to score a near perfect score on the MCAT’s (he scored a 44 out of 45) for medical school. In his own words “In broad strokes, it takes a lot of hard work, a lot of smart work, and some amount of luck. But this isn’t helpful. Let’s dig deeper. You have to want it. Really, really want it.” Be sure to visit our ACT Prep page for more information.

## Challenge: Are You Smarter Than 53,473 Other New York Times Readers?

Your challenge is to try to pick a number from 0 to 100, with that number representing your best guess of 2/3 of the average of all numbers chosen in the contest. The question is- what will everyone else do?

Take a look at this really neat article, you can play as many times as you’d like, however, only our FIRST guess will count!

## Revamped GED Test, GED Prep Is Crucial

With a revamped GED Test, GED Prep is more important than ever

## Challenge: Area Maze Puzzle

Can you solve the area maze puzzle? All you need to know is the area of a rectangle (Area = length multiplied by the width)!

Watch this video for a demonstration of how to complete the area maze puzzle. If you would like to read up more on this puzzle that is very popular in Japan, please read the full article here.

## No penalty for wrong answers anymore!

1. ONLINE TEST PREP
• Khan Academy will provide online test prep.
2. NO PENALTY FOR WRONG ANSWERS!
• Students will not be penalized for any wrong answers!
3. REVAMPED ESSAY
• Students will read a passage and explain how the author is persuading the audience.