I'm not a math person. Anytime I have to deal with numbers, let alone solve an actual math problem ‑‑ which, thankfully, is not often ‑‑ it's almost painful.
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The closer that numbers presented to us are, the longer it takes us to compare them. This suggests that we solve such problems with a mental number line.
The largest prime number so far discovered is 7,816,230 digits long!
For decades, mathematical ecologists struggling to formulate equations that accurately describe the relationship between predator and prey have come up against the following paradox: if the predators are too successful, the prey population dies out, and then the predators end up starving.