I’ve designed a set of factorization diagram cards and had them actually printed. This is one of the first times in my life when I have caused Actual Physical Objects to be created (other than using a printer I guess) so this is a pretty big deal for me! There’s still some kinks to work out with the design, but I hope to make decks of these cards available for purchase soon. I made a video of me opening the box, check it out:

I’m good for a set – or 6 if I can make a good game around it. Maybe the suits could be 2,3,5,prime? I love the idea of a deck with intersecting suits.

I’m good for a set – or 6 if I can make a good game around it. Maybe the suits could be 2,3,5,prime? I love the idea of a deck with intersecting suits.

Plus, pretty! Nice work.

Oh, nice, I like the idea of intersecting suits too!

Very cool! Can’t wait to see what you make available for purchase later. I assume you’ve seen this, but if not I imagine you’ll like it! http://www.datapointed.net/visualizations/math/factorization/animated-diagrams/

Yes, I have seen that, but thanks for the link!

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