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DecimalCrazed Lunatics
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I’ve always like fractions. No surprise there. Math with Bad Drawings View original post Advertisements
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How to Edit Your Math Pessimism
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Channeling Dr. Jo Boaler: the learning is in the struggle; mistakes are the best thing you can make! Math with Bad Drawings View original post
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Back in the Box
We’ve been out since the 17th of December, having left Literal Equations in a hasty pile by the door, somewhat obscured by a blur of ugly Christmas sweaters, MidQuarter Comments, administering the baseline evaluation for the Eighth Graders, KhanintheOctagon, and … Continue reading
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Magic Squares
How can a square be magic? Its symmetry has an aesthetic appeal, and the shape is useful for everything from sock drawers to houses to game boards. But when you create a square table with equal rows … Continue reading
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Pascal’s Triangle and the Binomial Coefficient
Really enjoying this playlist on the Binomial Coefficient. These are not in order; part of the fun for me is moving back and forth between them. Many thanks to Richard Rusczyk of Art of Problem Solving for providing such a … Continue reading
Maths Project #1
Maths Project #1 This is the first maths project. The objective is to create a situation where students can explore rates, proportions, variability, how values depend on other values that change over time, and anything else I might not have … Continue reading
Status Update from a Frustrated Mathematician
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stuck on a problem Math with Bad Drawings View original post
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