# Math

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### Converting within the Metric System using the Metric Staircase

7 years ago

How to convert in the Metric system using the Metric Staircase as a visual example to help you go from mili all the way to Kilo.

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### What Is a Triangular Number?

2 years ago

Triangular Numbers do not need to cause confusion! Come in and see some of them.

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### Help on Paraphrasing Sentences and Arguments into Sentenial Logic

4 years ago

Oftentimes, we may encounter difficulties evaluating arguments. With the ability to translate these arguments into logical form, we gain new insights into their applications and implications.

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### What’s Singapore Math? - Why Singapore’s Children are so Good at Math!

7 months ago

I was worried about the performance of my children in mathematics over other required subjects. However, after, I learn about Singapore math program. They started solving problems with ease.

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### How to Organize a Math Fair

8 years ago

There is more to mathematics than letters of the alphabet. This month, I and my colleagues decided to organize our first Math Fair for our classes. Math Fairs are one way to get students away from their textbooks for a bit and into the actual fun,...

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### Direct and inverse proportion examples with graphs (inversely and directly proportional formulas)

8 years ago

In this hub I will explain the difference between inverse proportion and direct proportion. If m is directly proportional to n then the formula is: m = kn If m is inversely proportional to n then the formula is: m = k/n k is known as...

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### Roll the Dice Math Games!

4 years ago

Dice games for learning math. Playing a game is so much more fun than worksheets and you will find that your children learn math fact just as quickly if not faster by playing games...

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### The double angle identities: sin2A, cos2A and tan 2A derived from the trigonometric addition formulas.

8 years ago

The double angle trigonometric identities can be derived from the addition trigonometric identities: Basically, all you need to do change all of the B’s to A’s. Let’s start off with the sine addition identity: sin (A+B) = sinAcosB +...

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### Abel's Proof: A Gentle Introduction to Mathematics

10 years ago

Mathematics Can Be Interesting... Really Mathematics is not something that we normally associate with sublime beauty. The way mathematics is taught, it is a subject that many if not most people would prefer to avoid. Just open any Dover math book...

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### Notes on Advanced Proofs of the Dot and Cross Products for Calculus

2 months ago

These proofs go beyond the standard properties of the dot and cross product and explore new applications and surprising results.

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