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Saturday, 18 March 2017

Engaging Students, Developing Confidence, ..................

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : Engaging Students, Developing Confidence, Promotin...: How do we develop positive attitudes towards mathematics and learning mathematics? - Use a wide range of tasks and resources - Enth...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : May the Best Person Win

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : May the Best Person Win: The Paralympic Games include athletes with mobility impairments, visual impairments, brain damage and other disabilities.  They start...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : The Why and How of Substitution

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : The Why and How of Substitution: Introduction      "How could I have seen that?" This is a common response to seeing a substitution in mathematics, and this a...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : When the Angles of a Triangle Don't Add up to 180 ...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : When the Angles of a Triangle Don't Add up to 180 ...: 1. Introduction Do the angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees or  π  radians? The answer is 'sometimes yes, sometimes no'. ...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : The Probability of Life

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : The Probability of Life: Creationists often claim that the chances of a modern enzyme forming by random means are astronomically small, and therefore the chanc...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : On What Day Did it Happen?

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : On What Day Did it Happen?: There is a mathematical method for working out what day of the week each particular date fell on back as far as 1700. I wonder what day...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : Dancing with Maths

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : Dancing with Maths: What have the following got in common? A snowflake A starfish A butterfly They all have symmetry. Symmetry is the basis of all pat...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : Pi, a Very Special Number

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : Pi, a Very Special Number:  π  is the symbol used for a special number which we call pi (pronounced "pie").  π  comes from working with circles. π  is t...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : Partitions of integers

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : Partitions of integers: Partitions of integers This paper explores partitions of integers, establishing four distinct theorems regarding the relationships be...

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : Why Learn Algebra?

Helping Students in Maths and Creating Better Tomorrow : Why Learn Algebra?: Why study algebra?"  If you're a parent, it's a question that you will no doubt hear as your children study the subject.  If...