Added Combinations and Permutations in the Probability Section

Hey math humans! So Probability isn’t my favorite part of math, but it typically can’t be avoided.. I attempted to create some tables that address more advanced Probability problems than I previously had; please take a look and see if things look right. That would be awesome! Here is the Probability section where I go into …

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New Guest Post!

I’m excited to present a Guest Post from Tom Jager, a professional blogger from the UK!! Enjoy 🙂  Lisa   Teaching Children Math with Computer. The best tips Technology becomes more prominent in the contemporary classroom because it provides opportunities for innovative teaching. It stimulates student engagement and assists to develop critical thinking and analytical …

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Let’s Start Some Trig!

Happy New Year! Usually at the beginning of the year, the PreCalc classes will start you on Trigonometry, which a lot of students loathe….It’s usually not too bad, but you may find that you have to memorize a little more for your trig sections. That’s OK!  Don’t be afraid to do some memorization in your …

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How to Prepare for Finals

Hey Math Geeks! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted; sorry about that!  I have been plugging away and have completed more Pre-Calc sections (Sequences and Series, Binomial Expansion and Introduction to Limits), more Trig sections (Linear and Angular Speeds, Area of Sectors, and Length of Arcs), and have started Calculus! The Calc pages completed are Definition of …

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Happy π Day!

Today, 3/14/15, at 9:26:53, we experience a once-in-a-lifetime event:  the date and time will be the first 10 digits of the number π!   I just saw on the news that there are some kids who can repeat the digits of π to over 2000 digits!   Much better than I can do (I’m lucky if I can …

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Converting Quadratic Functions, and Preparing for Math Finals

Hello She Loves Math readers, First of all, I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to share a valuable article from Nghi H. Nguyen, who is a reader of my site.  The article covers “the new Transforming Method for solving quadratic equations” and is quite interesting: Convert quadratic functions from one form to another, by Nghi H. Nguyen …

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