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Math terms – learning with humor

August3

“There is a fine line between a Numerator and Denominator but only a fraction of people will find it funny!” How can you tell the difference between a Numerator and Denominator? Answer: make up something silly. For example, the Denominator starts with a “D”, so it is the “down” part of a fraction. Or, there […]

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3 Principles of Mathematics

August1

Mathematics is true: students know this, since there‚Äôs always a correct answer. The philosophers ask, “What is truth?” but the mathematician replies “Mathematics is Truth.” Mathematics is orderly: Algebra requires arithmetic, Trigonometry requires algebra, Geometry requires both. Mathematics teaches us about infinity: For any number, no matter how big, you can always find a bigger […]

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