100 is split into 10 sets of 10 by her borders, for whatever reason

100 is split into 10 sets of 10 by her borders, for whatever reason

I know I already posted this in general, but the iceberg was losing popularity so I decided to post this here. Please comment down on what to add!

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Numberblocks

Number animals

Alphablocks

Alpha ferrets

21 Votes in Poll

Normal soup rittygo have golden rectangles for eyes

Yeah not their squarest rectangle, a **golden rectangle **(a.k.a. the ratio is 1/1.618)

Trust me I measured them

Step squad soup rittygo meanwhile, have **silver rectangle** eyeholes in their masks

And by silver rectangle i mean like A4 paper, not 1:1+√2 rectangles

So that means... no more extremely long rectangle eyes for 92.

Well, I really wanted to collect information about some interesting stuff on this show. So, I knew what I had to do. MAKE AN ICEBERG.

Please tell some stuff about show and the fandom in the replies please. And what box it should go in.

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One Day

Three days

19 Votes in Poll

Every prime and semiprime must be one

I use them in my designs.

Meh.

I don't like them and don't use them in my designs

They're just excuses to be lazy.

28 Votes in Poll

**Always happens**

Numberblocks Band- man, i'm deaf now

Blueberry Virus/Inflation Projects (not too much)- dude, i just got blind

Grounded Videos/Projects- man why would you ground innocent numberblocks

**Fanmade numberblocks**

Thirty-Three: Always a cheerleader, even dymmer, three football teams.

Thirty-Four: (in my opinion) Double painters, which I think it's dym enough.

Sixty-Two: (doesn't really happen often) Double calendars. dude, where do you see February with 31 days?

Eighty-Eight: Pianists. Can it be something else?

**Always happens again**

Ryan Ho's 91 and its multiples- Hates compounds numbers for a gosh dang unknown reason for me.

Dym cids- Need I say more?

I couldn't think for any more tho...

I’ve already chosen 73 (Well known for prime indices) as being a twin prime, and I’ve done all the numbers up to 150 and a couple past that. However, I don’t know what other Numbers would love prime indices, so you can tell me what said numbers’ prime a prime is below.

I’m planning to make an in-depth explanation about Numberblock bands in general, why they’re bad, the types of them and other information, and I had this idea where you just throw down whatever you think about them and why they’re bad. I’ll start:

They are just terrible in general.

Here Found In My Old Storage Is This!

It would be for the older kids.

Also, since human eyes can’t interpret four dimensions, hyper cubes would just look like cubes.

Season 1 Episodes:

Exponent Bay (introduction exponents)

The Big Root (introduction to square roots)

One Half (introduction to fractions)

One Quarter (the fraction 1/4)

Decimal Dash (converting fractions to decimals)

Radical Route (introduction to square roots of numberblocks that aren’t square, 1.41, 1.73, and 2.23 will be introduced)

Many, Many Pies (introduction to pi, Pi and Tau will be introduced)

One Third (the fraction 1/3)

Algebra Alley (introduction to basic algebra)

Polynominal Path (introduction to polynominals)

Fraction Fun (the fractions 1/5 - 1/10)

Multi-Digit Multiples (introduction to multi-digit multiplcation, the products are figured out for this episode to not have compounds)

Big Numbers (the numbers Googol and Googolplex, this is the first time a numberblock’s numberling is an exponent)

Operation Mixup (introduction to the parentheses [()])

Summation Summit (introduction to the summation sign (*insert sigma here*)

Season 2 Episodes:

Mix it up! (introduction to mixed numbers)

More Illions In Stock (the numbers 1 trillion, 1 quadrillion, and 1 quintillion)

Infinity (the number Infinity)

Sub-Zero (introduction to negative numbers, -1 to -5 will appear)

Rational Rockets (introduction to rational and irrational numbers)

The 4D Dimension (introduction to 4D hyper cubes)

Super Cuboids (introduction to 3D super rectangles [aka super cuboids])

Fibonacci Fun (the Fibonacci sequence, 34 is figured out for this episode to not have compounds)

Super Big Squares (more squares, 121, 144, 169, 196, and 225 are figured out for this episode to not have compounds)

One Hundreth (the fraction 1/100)

Doubler! (powers of two, 128 and 256 are figured out for this episode to not have compounds)

Factorized Findings (introduction to prime factors)

Binaryland (proper introduction to binary)

Binary Fractions (introduction to fractions in binary)

Golden Ratio (the golden ratio)

Season 3:

Episodes coming soon! (not an episode)

Specials:

Base Masters (octal and dozenal) (part of season 2, 10 minutes long)

Halfing On (powers of half to 1/128) (10 minutes long)

(edited by FireArrowNewer)

One: 1x1

Two: 1x2

Three: 1x3

Four: 2x2

Five: 1x5

Six: 2x3

Seven: 1x7

Eight: 2x4

Nine: 3x3

Ten: 2x5

Eleven: 2x5+<1x1(‘UR)>

Twelve: 3x4

Thirteen: 2x5+<“2ΣR?>

Fourteen: 2x7

Fifteen: 5Σ;

Sixteen: 4x4

More coming soon!