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Mathematics and Multimedia




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Current Rank: 204 (Education)
URL: http://mathandmultimedia.com/
Site Description: This blog contains conceptual explanations of mathematical concepts. It also promotes the use of technology in teaching mathematics and Web 2.0. It has a lot of math software tutorials such as GeoGebra and Geometer's Sketchpad.
Date Joined: Mar 13, 2011

Tags: high school mathematics, geogebra tutorials, web 2.0, technology integration in teaching, math concepts explained


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The Mathematician Who Refused 1 Million Dollars
on Apr 15, 2013 in History of Math clay mathematics institute grigori perelman Henri Poincaré millenium prize problems proof of poincare conjecture richard hamilton One of the greatest mathematicians of our time is Grigori Perelman.  Perelman solved one of the most difficult problems in mathematics that has puzzled mathematicians for a hundred years, the Poincaré Conjecture. The Poincaré Conjecture was posted...



The 0.0001 Time Rate Approach
on Apr 13, 2013 in High School Calculus differnetiation technqiues time rate approach time rate problems time rate problems techniques by Armand Gelig Macapagong I encountered Differential Calculus when I was in my 2nd-year High School. As a part of the Math Magi, a Mathematics club in our school, we were taught advance topics apart from our daily Math subjects … Continue read...



Guest Post: The 0.0001 Time Rate Approach
on Apr 13, 2013 in High School Calculus differnetiation technqiues time rate approach time rate problems time rate problems techniques I encountered Differential Calculus when I was in my 2nd-year High School. As a part of the Math Magi, a Mathematics club in our school, we were taught advance topics apart from our daily Math subjects in class. One of … Continue reading →...



5 Funny Mathematics Posters that Will Make You Grin
on Apr 13, 2013 in Fun and Jokes Math Lite Math Palette funny math images funny math posters funny posters If you think mathematics is a subject for people who never smile, you are quite wrong. Sometimes it has its perks too. Like being able to create the funny mathematics posters below. All the photos courtesy of  Funny Math T-Shirts … Continue re...



Math Teachers at Play 61
on Apr 12, 2013 in Blog Carnival math teachers at play math teachers at play 61 mtap mtap 61 Researching 61 as a number tells us it’s not just prime, but is a twin prime, a cuban prime, the 9th Mersenne prime exponent, and a Pillai prime. That’s primo prime pedigree. It’s a Keith number and thrice Fortunate. (Fortunate nu...



The Search for Symmetric Words
on Apr 12, 2013 in High School Mathematics Math Lite Math Palette line of symmetry symmetric words symmetry The word MATH has a vertical line of symmetry. The parts of the letters on the left of the vertical line are reflected on the right. On the other hand, the word DECK has a horizontal line of symmetry.  The … Continue reading →...



The Uses of Large Numbers
on Apr 10, 2013 in High School Mathematics avogadro's number big bang model large numbers uses of large numbers Large numbers are used mostly used in astronomy and cosmology.  According to the Big Bang Model, the universe is estimated to be seconds old, the observable universe is meters, and it contains stars. In computing, if a hacker attempts to … Con...



The Beauty of Mirrors and Symmetry
on Apr 8, 2013 in Beauty of Math High School Mathematics Math Lite Math Palette beauty of symmetry line of reflection symmetric objects symmetry Symmetry is considered by many as a reflection of beauty and perfection. A symmetric object is an object where we can place a line such that the images on both sides of the line mirror each other. The geometric shapes … Continue reading →...



4 Types of Composite Numbers You Probably Have Not Heard Of
on Apr 7, 2013 in High School Mathematics High School Number Theory abundant numbers amicable numbers composite numbers deficient numbers perfect numbers There are numbers that are named because of their special characteristics. Prime numbers for example are unique because they only have two factors, 1 and itself.  Composite numbers, on the other hand, have more than two factors. Speaking of composit...



Have you tried Gmail Blue?
on Apr 6, 2013 in Web 2.0 Technology gmail blue gmail blue google chrome extension gmail blue introduction video google april fool's day jokes If you love the color blue, or Michael Johnson’s song “Bluer than Blue,” or you’re just simply blue, you might want to try Gmail Blue. On April 1, the 9th year of Gmail, Google introduced the revolutionary Gmail Blue which ...



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