This Hub is about teaching Middle School Math through the use of a hands-on activity. The topic being taught here is the pythagorean theorem and the hands-on activities are the Superbowl (buying an HDTV and TV stand)...
Through the use of negations, conjunctions and disjunctions in logic, we can build up to De Morgan's Laws, a very powerful tool in logic.
Knowing what it means to be truth-preserving, logically valid, having a sound argument, and how much inductive strength your argument contains can all be hard to pin down. That is, until now.
Simple step-by-step guide to calculate the standard deviation by hand and in Excel with explanation of variance. Example is provided along with a quiz question.
Definitions, resources, references, and examples that include three different software packages.
Rounding is a great tool to estimate an answer in maths. This hub gives you the rules to allow you to round to any number as long as you know your place value. Plus I have included a great rap to help
In this article, you will learn how you can make better use of your CASIO calculator, by making it solve equations for x, in 3 easy steps. Do check this out, and maximize the advantage of your calculators!
A easy activity for pi day or any day to talk about circumference of a circle. This is an easy project to relate the circumference of a circle and pi
Learn how to convert from cm to inches and backward from inches to cm. This conversion is quite simple and easy to comprehend. I will show you basic formulas for better understanding of relation between measurement...
Before you attempt enlarging shaping with negative scale factors make sure you can enlarge shape with positive scale factors. In order to enlarge a shape with a negative scale factor: a) First make sure that you have...