# Posts tagged ‘Reviews’

2 November 2021

While many students use calculators to perform basic calculations, others use them for more complex graphing functions. Graphing calculators are used in some sciences and math classes. Students must know which type of graphing calculator will best suit their particular needs. What to Look for In a Graphing Calculator A graphing calculator is an electronic […]

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2 November 2021

Out of all school supplies available to students, there is only one that we can always lean on when faced with challenging Mathematical problems. Calculators are one great invention that we are always grateful for in dealing with the different branches of mathematics such as algebra, trigonometry, and geometry. With these higher-level courses, there will […]

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29 August 2019

In this Newsletter:

1. New on IntMath: CSS matrix math

2. Resources: Humble Pi, AnswerThePublic

3. Math in the news: Proof

4. Math movies: Parker, van Gogh

5. Math puzzle: Mystery object

6. Final thought: Dry leaves

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Tags: Graphs, Interactive, Real-world math, Reviews

30 June 2017

In this Newsletter:

1. New applet: Quadratic function graphs

2. Resource: Cymath

3. Math in the news: Math is not static

4. Math movie: Food and your brain

5. Math puzzles

6. Final thought: Age

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Tags: Graphs, Interactive, Reviews

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

26 May 2016

In this Newsletter:

1. Conic sections interactive applet

2. Resources

3. Math movie: The Man Who Knew Infinity

4. Math puzzles

5. Final thought: personal friends

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Tags: Graphs, Interactive, Reviews, Technology

28 April 2015

The Information Paradox is an interesting challenge to the accepted notions of how life on Earth came to be. There's some mathematics involved, too!

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Tags: Graphs, Reviews, Thinking & learning

5 July 2011

This book has an extensive review of prime numbers, their background, distribution and place in math.

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15 April 2009

*Born on a Blue Day* gives a fascinating insight into the mind of a young autistic savant.

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Tags: Culture, Reviews

25 February 2009

Here's a series of math books based on Japanese manga (comics).

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Tags: Culture, Reviews

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