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- Meet the Math Mug. It's a deep black ceramic mug covered with some of history's most famous and important mathematical formulas.
- Includes gems such as Newton's Second Law, Planck's Equation, Hubble's Law, the Fourier Transform, and the mother of all equations, Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.
- The Mathematical Formulas Mug a superb gift for any mathematician, physicist, or math teacher.
- Holds 12 oz. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
- Available in pack of 1
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Top Customer Reviews
It's a nerdy mug. It's nerdy enough that I find myself nitpicking over it:
1. It's not really a MATH mug; it's mostly a physics mug.
2. Einstein's formula for general relativity is missing the mass term, which is forgivable if one assumes empty space, but it's either missing a factor of c^-4 on the right-hand-side, or should drop the G to be in geometrized units.
3. I would have excluded some of the formulae and included others; e.g., the simplest ratio (a/b = c/d) is included, which hearkens back to the ancient Greek concept of commensurability and their inability to deal with infinity and irrational numbers, but i would have instead included the Pythagorean Theorem, which is more useful and more universally known.
However, despite these quibbles (or perhaps BECAUSE of them -- how often will I get nerd sniped by a coffee mug?), I love it.
That said, it is funny shaped mug. Short and wide. It holds 11 ounces I believe (and general mugs hold 12 ounces?? - so maybe slightly less volume). The handle is a bit odd as well. It is not very wide, so I put only two of my (female) fingers through it, when usually I would use three fingers on a mug handle, so it could be uncomfortable for some people to hold.
I have had it for several months now and not a single chip, so no complaints against the material, though I haven't tried banging it against the sink yet.
Plus for those people who never clean their coffee mugs, the great thing about having a black mug is that it doesn't show what you were drinking the day before. And there are definitely several professors out there with disgusting white-turned-brown mugs.
UPDATE 08/14: About two years after purchasing this mug, I dropped it on the floor and it broke. So I promptly bought a new one (no brown-stained white mug for me) and it is slightly different. The old one had a clear glaze over the whole mug, so it was shiny black. The one I just received does not, it is more of a matte-gray/black, which I imagine may be to make it look more like a chalk board. Notably, the equations are now the top layer on the mug. I hand-wash only my mug since I just leave it at work, but I was concerned upon seeing this that if you use a dishwasher the equations may wear off (but I can't say for sure since I never put it in a dishwasher). It still has that funky handle I mentioned initially.
Its actually quite large which is perfect for her because she loves coffee!
Husband is an engineer and son is an aerospace student...they love this mug! The older mug was a bit glossy. This new model is matte. Some liked the glossy one, but others like the matte one.
It might look a little suspicious if you bring this mug with you on math test day (hey dude, it's just coffee), but might be worth a try.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a great mug ! My husband who is an engineer loved !! He loved the design and shape of this mug.It is well made and is a great conversation piece ! Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Porter
I have had two of these mugs and one broke by just falling into the sink, and the other broke as I was shaking water off of it after I washed it (handle broke off while I was... Read morePublished 2 months ago by dew
Folks, there's been many comments to the effect that the mug's equation for universal gravitation is wrong. Read morePublished 2 months ago by A customer
I LOVE this company, and I love this particular mug so much that I've gifted it three times. I don't even own one for myself yet, but I absolutely adore this nerdy mug and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by jessica
Not entirely satisfied with the glaze on this replacement for my old one that broke. It seems to me that it heats up in the microwave.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am an engineer I must admit that I love my nerdy coffee mug!!! It makes me really happy!!! :)Published 3 months ago by Herman Poisot
My boyfriend loves his math mug. Perfect for any math teacher!Published 4 months ago by Erin Brennan