universal order to my madness: I Give Thanks for... →
a-bit-of-a-technicality: (Conducted in 2009) For those who are fortunate enough to have Mr. David Stigant as your mathematics teacher, you might of heard of his sinister plan: test out a pomegranate-glazed turkey to see if Newton’s Laws of Cooling hold true. I have conducted a similar experiment. My meat of choice,…
Mathematical difference between white and black... →
keeperofkeys asked: I have exams coming up soon covering things such as periodic phenomena and planar geometry and I was wondering if you knew any tips or anything to best do or remember things, especially regarding radian measure and the unit circle. Any help would be much apperciated, thanks.
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Anonymous asked: i was playing around on a graphing application and i accidentally typed in "5%x" instead of "5^x". to my surprise, it didnt come up with an error message but instead it showed up with a pattern of lines which i cant really describe. i showed my maths teacher and he didnt know what it was so i was just wondering if you knew what the "%" symbol means in graphs? sorry if...
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Anonymous asked: umm isn't "dat ass" VALID? Side, angle, side can be used to prove congruency ... which is basically the same as angle, side, side just in a different order. Or am I not seeing something?
Electric current to the brain 'boosts maths...
Applying a tiny electrical current to the brain could make you better at learning maths, according to Oxford University scientists. They found that targeting a part of the brain called the parietal lobe improved the ability of volunteers to solve numerical problems. They hope the discovery could help people with dyscalculia, who may struggle with numbers. Another expert said effects on...