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Do you have a definition of math that you’ve come to by virtue of your experience or have you adopted a particularly viable definition offered by an outstanding mathematician? 490 more words

Introduction

Do you have a definition of math that you’ve come to by virtue of your experience or have you adopted a particularly viable definition offered by an outstanding mathematician? 490 more words

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I’m writing this short piece to give you the flavor of what students had to do when they studied percent using Rev. York’s 1873… 347 more words

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If you recognize the equation in the title then you are already familiar with the golden ratio of 1.618. There are a number of books that explore the occurrence of the golden ratio in nature, architecture, the pyramids, art, aesthetics and a variety of other suspected places. 991 more words

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My daughter and I play with numerology; it’s just play, nothing serious. We play with calendar dates, prime numbers, birthdays, etc., looking for patterns and such. 426 more words

This goal of this site is to make learning math a little easier for everyone.

Many students struggle with math, and many teachers and parents need better tools to help students succeed. 22 more words

In the seventh grade curriculum, geometry studies are few and far between. Sometimes students will stumble upon a textbook question regarding angles, triangles, area, or perimeter, but there is little exposure in isolation of geometric properties in our grade level. 915 more words

From this HuffPost article, written by a mathematician talking about the shift from procedural math knowledge (doing problems) to what we really need to know about math these days: 424 more words