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Day 122: Visual Pattern

Today I want to share a fun visual pattern we went over in class.

It is fun to see how far my classes have progressed since the beginning of the year. 65 more words


An Accidental Proof

I had been mulling over numbers and such, once again, and stumbled upon this little realization:
If you take a number, say, 7, and square it: 93 more words

whY is X Minus H and Y plus K?

We all have our methods of helping students gain an understanding of this:

Let’s start simple as most of us do in the classroom.  In years past, I (and many others) have helped students explore this concept with something like: 604 more words


A Math Life #3 - The Liz Method

The small town, rural high school where I did my teaching was the kind of place where you could count on having at least 5 students in your classroom every year whose last names were the same as names of the roads in town.   1,428 more words

Ex: Double Integrals - Describe a Region of Integration (Quadratic)

This video explains how to define a region of integration.  The region is defined for both orders of integration.

VI. Calculus Videos

10.1 Quadratic "fun"

Yup that’s what my teacher labeled this lesson. And relatively, this lesson is “fun” I suppose.

Just like someone might call the calm before the storm “fun”. 39 more words



1) Quadratic equation 

f(x)= ax^2+bx+c=0

let roots of this equation is p and q so

sum of roots p+q=-b/a

product of roots = pq=c/a

2) Cubic Equations… 481 more words