what are eight questions I can ask Danica McKellar?
First answerer, sd3r, the question is about Danica McKellar, actress formerly from "Wonder Years" not Danica Patrick...
1) How did you meet your husband?
2) Do you regret posing in lingerie in "Stuff?"
3) What suggestions to you have for teachers to make math more fun and interesting for students?
4) Has math always been your favorite subject?
5) What drew you to math?
6) What made you decide to write two books about math?
7) Did you have a math teacher who made it interesting for you at any point?
8) Who is your favorite Indy car driver?
Her new one (as of August 2010) is Hot X: Algebra Exposed. I think she'll continue to do books: they're popular and she's doing a great job of proving that (to use a previous title) Math Doesn't Suck.
If you need a geometry book now, try Dr. Math Introduces Geometry or Janice VanCleave's Geometry for Every Kid: Easy Activities that Make Learning Geometry Fun. Relatively painless. There's also Geometry made E-Z.
Any mathematical-related information about Danica McKellar?
College and mathematics advocacy
McKellar studied at UCLA, majoring in mathematics. She graduated summa cum laude in 1998. As an undergraduate, she coauthored a scientific paper with Professor Lincoln Chayes and fellow student Brandy Winn. The paper proves a theorem in mathematical physics that could be called the "Chayes-McKellar-Winn Theorem,"  although this appellation is not in widespread use. Referring to the mathematical abilities of his coauthor students, Chayes was quoted in the New York Times as saying, "I thought that the two were really, really first-rate." McKellar also provides free online math tutoring for her fans at her official internet website. While a student at UCLA, she was a sister in the Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
McKellar is the author of the book Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle-School Math Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail (ISBN 1594630399), which encourages girls in middle school to enjoy and succeed at mathematics. The book has been favorably reviewed by Tara C. Smith, the founder of Iowa Citizens for Science and a professor of epidemiology at the University of Iowa. In an interview with Smith, McKellar said that she wrote the book "to show girls that math is accessible and relevant, and even a little glamorous" and to counteract "damaging social messages telling young girls that math and science aren't for them"
McKellar was named Person of the Week on ABC World News with Charles Gibson for the week ending 10-Aug-2007. The news segment highlighted her book Math Doesn't Suck and her efforts to help girls develop an interest in mathematics, especially during the middle school years.