### Free Mathematics Courses

Udacity offers many free online courses – some ideally suited to the budding high school mathematician. Check out this one:

August22

Udacity offers many free online courses – some ideally suited to the budding high school mathematician. Check out this one:

August18

Get this right and you get Maths! When working in Algebra (like any other work) you need to follow the rules to get it right. Yes, of course there are other ways to handle problems but getting the basics right is the first step! Here’s how I teach it. Think about a BMW (BEMA). This […]

August15

“The mathematics we choose to hate in school is not the mathematics which, being a part of our soul, we will always love. As Gottfried Leibniz said, “Music is the pleasure the human soul experiences from counting without being aware that it is counting.” It is true of all arts, for symmetry and pattern are […]

August15

The Quadratic Formula is widely used in senior high school Mathematics. Click here for more explanation and examples of its use:

August13

We appreciate you all stopping by H3 Maths, and for your comments and feedback. Our visitors are from 60 different countries which makes us realise how universal Mathematics is – the gold medal subject of the academic olympics.

August12

Below is the formula for differentiating a fraction, using the Quotient Rule. Note that the ‘v‘s form a V on the outside of the formula, while the ‘u‘s are next to each other. D = Differential. This may help some senior students quickly learn the Quotient Rule (I tried this with a student some 30min […]

August12

A great way to refresh your multiplication skills, or to learn your times tables. Regular, daily practice will ensure better agility at Mathematics. This is excellent brain exercise and you can set your own pace. Click on the image for more.

August11

Computer storage measurements have had to increase dramatically as the internet has grown. From Terabytes to Zettabytes! Full article here.

August9

August8

Here’s a good introduction to the concept of Scale and Measurement in Mathematics (answer in Post Support): Estimate the length of this Crocodile that was found in a public pool: