how to Calculate the square root of 2 in an interesting way.shows us
Julie Rehmeyer of thetakes us to a deep and interesting discussion about a phenomenon gripping the world today – .
Lets Play Math gives us a few tips to help anyone understand and teach percents at the middle school level. Percents: Key Concepts and Connections.
MathNotations gives us A multidimensional view of a simple equation in one variable. Also, there’s a useful mnemonic provided to remind students of equations and slopes of horizontal and vertical lines. He also gives Two geometry problems that can be approached by both analytic and synthetic methods. The square problem has both an SAT component and a much richer open-ended piece requiring students to explore, make conjectures and verify their methods.
Phil for Humanity gives an article about observing objects near the speed of light.
And finally my Blog Article here explains how An amazing Indian Math method can be used to homeschool students and speed up and improve their mathematical skills. Homeschooling your child in Math?
The next 13th Carnival of Mathematics will be held on July 27th over at the Polymathematics Blog. Send your submissions via the . Also, contact Alon if you wish to host the Carnival of Mathematics August 24th or later.