# Archive for the ‘Learning mathematics’ Category

3 September 2016

The *Manga Guide to Regression Analysis *continues the tradition of presenting math through comics. Here's my review.

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Tags: Culture, Real-world math, Reviews

17 June 2014

Jason Padgett was attacked and savagely beaten. He had severe concussion, but an amazing new ability to "see the world through the lens of geometry".

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Tags: Technology

22 January 2013

Can you count faster than a chimp? Our number sense begins with our ability to count.

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Tags: Technology

15 January 2013

HOTmaths is an interesting online math resource. I take another look after a few years.

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26 November 2012

Students in Ajab village, India, enjoying a math lesson via Web conference from the US.

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Tags: Culture, Technology

21 November 2012

Calculus can be a bit of a mystery at first. Explore these graphs to get a better idea of what differentiation means.

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Tags: Graphs, Technology

14 August 2012

This Manga Guide may not be as well-executed as earlier books in the series, but it still makes a good read. It's matrices embedded in a manga story.

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3 May 2012

Do you have a secret about math? Share yours here.

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Tags: Culture

10 April 2012

Here's an updated interactive graph where you can explore the concept of radius of curvature.

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10 March 2012

Here's a 3-D interactive graph which you can use to see how circles, ellipses, parabolas and hyperbolas result from intersecting a double cone.

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