# Mathematics

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Songs about math.

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- 100 Cars For Good -
*"Help them amplify and multiply / The good that they'll do with that ride"* - Certain People I Could Name -
*"Count the arms, the legs and heads, and then divide by five"* - Hate The Villanelle -
*"These words are fractions when I needed primes"* - I Am Alone -
*"So now it appears the double crossers / Have been too clever by half"* - It Was A Very Good Year -
*"When I was the square root of a negative number, it was a very good year..."* - McCafferty's Bib -
*"I used to have eleven problems / Then they all went away / When I added one more"* - Moving To The Sun -
*"Ninety-three miles times a million more"* - No! (Song) -
*"No plus no equals no"* - Oddball -
*"Now I wanna talk to everyone about mathematics. / Mathematics moves at such a crawl"* - One Dozen Monkeys -
*"I'm eleven years old. That's one more than ten and one less than twelve."* - One Everything -
*"It all adds up to one"* - Seven -
*"Sevens add and multiply / There's only one way to subtract them"* - Till My Head Falls Off -
*"There were 87 Advil in the bottle, now there's 30 left / I ate 47 so what happened to the other 10?"* - Turtle Songs Of North America -
*"The number of gasps follows the Fibonacci sequence, often reaching as high as 55 or 89 gasps before the animal loses consciousness."*(The number of turtle gasps in the background do follow the Fibonacci sequence, getting up to the seventh number, 13. 55 and 89 are the 10th and 11th Fibonacci numbers). - Who Are The Electors? -
*"Every state gets a number of electors that's exactly the same / As the number of senators and representatives they claim / Plus three added on for D.C. / They are the electors / All 538"*(This is accompanied in the video by a map showing the number of electoral votes in each of the 50 states and D.C., which total to 538.)