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The Fencing Problem - Math Coursework - The Fencing Problem - Math The task -------- A farmer has exactly 1000m of fencing; with it she wishes to fence off a level area of land. She is not concerned about the shape of the plot but it must have perimeter of 1000m. What she does wish to do is to fence off the plot of land which contains the maximun area. Investigate the shape/s of the plot of land that have the maximum area. Solution -------- Firstly I will look at 3 common shapes. These will be: ------------------------------------------------------ [IMAGE] A regular triangle for this task will have the following area: 1/2 b x h 1000m / 3 - 333.33 333.33 / 2 = 166.66 333.33... [tags: Math Coursework Mathematics] | 1134 words (3.2 pages) |
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Math Coursework - The Fencing Problem - The Fencing Problem A farmer has 1000m of fencing and wants to fence off a plot of level land. She is not concerned about the shape of plot, but it must have a perimeter of 1000m. So it could be: [IMAGE] Or anything else with a perimeter (or circumference) of 1000m. She wishes to fence of the plot of land with the polygon with the biggest area. To find this I will find whether irregular shapes are larger than regular ones or visa versa. To do this I will find the area of irregular triangles and a regular triangle, irregular quadrilaterals and a regular square, this will prove whether irregular polygons are larger that regular polygons.... [tags: Math Coursework Mathematics] | 909 words (2.6 pages) |
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Math Coursework - The Fencing Problem - The Fencing Problem Aim - to investigate which geometrical enclosed shape would give the largest area when given a set perimeter. In the following shapes I will use a perimeter of 1000m. I will start with the simplest polygon, a triangle. Since in a triangle there are 3 variables i.e. three sides which can be different. There is no way in linking all three together, by this I mean if one side is 200m then the other sides can be a range of things. I am going to fix a base and then draw numerous triangles off this base.... [tags: Math Coursework Mathematics] | 1214 words (3.5 pages) |
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Math Coursework - The Fencing Problem - The Fencing Problem Introduction A farmer has exactly 1000 metres of fencing and wants to use it to fence a plot of level land. The farmer was not interested in any specific shape of fencing but demanded that the understated two criteria must be met: · The perimeter remains fixed at 1000 metres · It must fence the maximum area of land Different shapes of fence with the same perimeter can cover different areas. The difficulty is finding out which shape would cover the maximum area of land using the fencing with a fixed perimeter.... [tags: Math Coursework Mathematics] | 657 words (1.9 pages) |
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Math Approaches: Traditional or Reform
- ... Reform Approach Many schools are changing the way math is taught. The classrooms are becoming more student-centered instead of the traditional teacher-centered classrooms. The National Mathematics Advisory Panel defined this approach as “instruction in which students are primarily doing the teaching” (National Mathematics Advisory Panel, 2008). Teachers in the reform classroom guide and support students’ mathematical ideas instead of giving them specific ways of doing math (Clements & Battista, 2009).... [tags: advantages, disadvantages, teaching strategies]
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Math Changed My Life - College Admissions Essays - Math Changed My Life I enjoyed mathematics in grade school. When I started my high school mathematical studies with Calculus and Analytic Geometry, by George B. Thomas, a whole new vista opened to me. The mathematical concepts contained in this book combine with the principles of physics to form the basis for most engineering disciplines. There is a beauty to mathematical concepts presented in an orderly and intelligible way. This text challenged my imagination and my intellect.... [tags: College Admissions Essays] | 182 words (0.5 pages) |
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The New Math of Gambling - The New Math of Gambling The article "The New Math of Gambling" in Discover Magazine May 2000 was an article that shows the use of software, math and a few hours of time to beat the house when gambling. These life stories and achievements the individuals have are truly remarkable and real. The article begins with Anthony Curtis who is a blackjack conqueror. He is a regular gambler at the Binion's Horseshoe tables in Las Vegas. He was once a rugby player turned publishing guru of the Huntington Press.... [tags: Papers] | 511 words (1.5 pages) |
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Math Lesson Plan - Grade Level: 4 Time: 40 minutes Subject: Math Topic: Dividing and Multiplying to Find Equivalent Fractions NY State Learning Standards: Mathematics, Science, and Technology Standard 1: Analysis, Inquiry, and Design • Students will use mathematical analysis and scientific inquiry to seek answers and develop solutions. Materials: Mathematics Textbooks (page 401) Notebooks Pencils Different colored chalk Objectives: Students will be able to name and write equivalent fractions by multiplying and dividing.... [tags: essays research papers] | 344 words (1 pages) |
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Math Lesson Plan - Lesson Plan Guide Topic: Math (To investigate and explore multiplication facts) Objectives In this activity, students will investigate and explore multiplication facts. The students will: • Work in groups to device a plan for making a multiplication matrix • Construct a multiplication matrix • Reflect on the patterns they observe in the matrix Material For each group • 1 cm grid paper • full sheets of paper • glue • scissors For the class • 36” X 48” butcher paper Preparation • Make approximately 10 copies of 1 cm grid paper on colored paper for each group of students.... [tags: essays research papers] | 493 words (1.4 pages) |
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Math Fencing Project - Math Fencing Project I have to find the maximum area for a given perimeter (1000m) in this project. I am going to start examining the rectangle because it is by far the easiest shape to work with and is used lots in places (most things use rectangles for design- basic cube .etc). To start with what type of rectangle gives the best result. A regular square or an irregular oblong. I start by having 4 individual squares. [IMAGE] [IMAGE] [IMAGE] [IMAGE] [IMAGE][IMAGE] Goes to [IMAGE] [IMAGE] Regular square irregular oblong Now look at how many sides are exposed on each shape- Ã¥ sides of each cube internal1 Ã¥ sides of each cube internal2... [tags: Papers] | 1125 words (3.2 pages) |
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Math Investigation of Painted Cubes - Math Investigation of Painted Cubes Introduction ============ I was given a brief to investigate the number of faces on a cube, which measured 20 small cubes by 20 small cubes by 20 small cubes (20 x 20 x 20) To do this, I had to imagine that there was a very large cube, which had had its outer surface painted red. When it was dry, the large cube was cut up into the smaller cubes, all 8000 of them. From there, I had to answer the question, 'How many of the small cubes will have no red faces, one red face, two red faces, and three faces?' From this, I hope to find a formula to work out the number of different faces on a cube sized 'n x n x n'.... [tags: Papers] | 2967 words (8.5 pages) |
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Beyond Pythagoras Math Investigation - Beyond Pythagoras Math Investigation Pythagoras Theorem: Pythagoras states that in any right angled triangle of sides 'a', 'b' and 'c' (a being the shortest side, c the hypotenuse): a2 + b2 = c2 [IMAGE] E.g. 1. 32 + 42= 52 9 + 16 = 25 52 = 25 2. 52+ 122= 132 3. 72 + 242 = 252 25 + 144 = 169 49 + 576 = 625 132 = 169 252 = 625 All the above examples are using an odd number for 'a'. It can however, work with an even number. E.g. 1. 102 + 242= 262 100 + 576 = 676 262 = 676 N.B.... [tags: Papers] | 1011 words (2.9 pages) |
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Math Statistics Project - Math Statistics Project My main factor I am investigating is going to be weight. For the majority I aim to investigate the effect of weight on height. I am also going to look at the frequency of different weight groups among people. Â· The height will be measured in cm. I will keep it continuous by not asking the people to place their heights into groups, but instead enter their heights. This will be Quantitive data. Â· The weight will be measured in cm. I will keep it continuous by not asking the people to place their weights into groups, but instead enter their weights.... [tags: Papers] | 2534 words (7.2 pages) |
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Math’s Coursework - Math’s Coursework Statistics Planning Investigation I have been given a survey of the Boy’s of the Oratory School. The survey consists of the boy’s pulse, height and weight. I have made two hypotheses: 1. The lower the pulse, the taller you are. 2. The taller you are, the higher your weight is. My reasons behind hypotheses 1 is because the lower your pulse normally means you are fit and sporty, most sporty people are reasonably tall. My reason behind hypotheses number 2 is because you are bigger and therefore should have a reasonable amount of weight compared to someone who isn’t that tall.... [tags: Papers] | 804 words (2.3 pages) |
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Math Borders Investigation - Math Borders Investigation Figure below shows a dark cross-shape that has been surrounded by white squares to create a bigger cross-shape; The bigger cross-shape consists of 25 small squares in total. ------------------------------------------------------------- The next cross-shape is always made by surrounding the previous cross-shape with small squares. Part 1- Investigate to see how many squares would be needed to make any cross-shape built in this way. Part 2- Extend your investigation to 3 dimensions.... [tags: Papers] | 1602 words (4.6 pages) |
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Math Hidden Faces Investigation - Math Hidden Faces Investigation In this coursework I would be investigating the number of hidden faces in different cubes and cuboids. I would provide predictions to make sure I get the right results. After that I would provide diagrams of the cubes and I would explain how I found it. In each section of a set of cubes I would provide formula's that I would find. I would also give information that the pattern carries on. The reason why I am doing this investigation about cubes is because to find the hidden faces and total faces which would be added near the diagrams.... [tags: Papers] | 1036 words (3 pages) |
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Core Math Investigation - Core Math Investigation 1) When x is more than 0 and increases (e.g. from 5 to 6), y increases at a much faster rate and becomes very big. When x increases when it is less then 0 (e.g. from –10 to –9), y increases very slowly. 2) (i) The value of a affects the value of x proportionally. For example we can compare the equations y = 1 + 2x and y = 5 + 2x. In the second equation, the value of a has been change to 5. As we can see from the results in Tables 1 and 2, all the values of y for y = 5 + 2x are greater by 4, when x is the same.... [tags: Papers] | 713 words (2 pages) |
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Trigonometry in Daily Life
- Introduction to Trigonometry in daily life Trigonometry is one of the branches of mathematical and geometrical reasoning that studies the triangles, particularly right triangles The scientific applications of the concepts are trigonometry in the subject math we study the surface of little daily life application. The trigonometry will relate to daily life activities. Let’s explore areas this science finds use in our daily activities and how we use to resolve the problem. Usages in daily life Trigonometry and vector in math to deal with progress through water/air currents.... [tags: Math ]
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My Interest in Science, Math and Computers - "Belief is the natural attitude of a thwarted mind" This quotation is from a rather outspoken mathematician named Scott Buchanan, who has studied the style of human thought right along with its mathematical accomplishments. It is meant to describe our style of thinking when approaching mathematics. Yet it seems to me that it has a larger meaning: that it applies to the human style of thought when approaching any problem. Buchanan is telling us that when we are confronted with a problem and a possible solution and we cannot find our way to the solution, we have a tendency to believe in the solution out of pure frustration, or perhaps just wishful thinking.... [tags: college admissions essay] | 743 words (2.1 pages) |
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Happy Numbers are Part of Recreational Math
- ... But nobody knows who first noticed and started telling people about happy numbers. But they never really left the classroom until Reg Allenby found out about them and started to show people what they were. Happy numbers Happy numbers are numbers that when you square the digits of the number and add the squares together repeatedly, in the end the answer will be one. This is how you can find a happy number: 19: 1²+9²= 1+81= 82 8²+2²= 64+4= 68 6²=8²= 36+64= 100 1²+0²+0²= 1+0+0= 1 As you can see 19 is a happy number because it equals 1 after having squared the digits a couple of times.... [tags: squaring, russia, prime]
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How I Will Use Math in my Everyday Life
- How Will I Use Math in Everyday Life All throughout the days I spent in school sitting in math class learning Algebra, Geometry, and the various other math courses I pondered whether or not I would ever even use these math skills in my life. The sad truth is that you will mostly likely use most of the math skills that you learned throughout high school in everyday life. There are honestly so many different ways you will use math in life like buying a car, your weekly trip to the grocery store, and even at home.... [tags: skills, buying, home, attention]
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The Correlation Between Music and Math: A Neurobiology Perspective
- The Correlation Between Music and Math: A Neurobiology Perspective I remember the first time I heard the statement ¡° Did you know that listening to classical music enhances your mathematical abilities?¡± I was both intrigued and excited, intrigued because I did not understand how music and math, two seemingly unrelated subject could possibly affect each other. I was also excited because I began to view classical music as some kind of magical potion that would transform my math skills from decent to extraordinary.... [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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Why is Gender Inequity an Issue in Math and Science Classrooms? - Why is Gender Inequity an Issue in Math and Science Classrooms. Gender Inequity has been a growing subject in America’s schools, especially in the fields of math and science. Gender is defined as sexual identity, especially in relation to society or culture (Lexico, 2001) Inequity is defined as injustice; unfairness (Lexico, 2001). Gender Inequity in our schools has been based on the findings that females aren’t getting the attention and grades required for them to do well in math and science. Why is this and what can we do about it.... [tags: Teaching Education] | 2197 words (6.3 pages) |
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Group Project Analysis: Creating a Board Game that Teaches Math and Vocabulary Skills - THE IDEA (Day One): Creating a Board Game that teaches math and vocabulary skills. Similar to Monopoly, which uses a spinner, cards, and a game board will various squares, our game board will have squares color coated to various subjects (blue for math, yellow for English/vocabulary, green for science, and red for Social Studies/History). The child would would spin the spinner and, having a marker in the shape of a car, would move the appropriate number of squares that it says on the spinner (for example, if you spin a three on the spinner, you move three spaces forward).... [tags: elementary education, early education, ] | 927 words (2.6 pages) |
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Infinity in a Nutshell - Infinity in a Nutshell Infinity has long been an idea surrounded with mystery and confusion. Aristotle ridiculed the idea, Galileo threw aside in disgust, and Newton tried to step-side the issue completely. However, Georg Cantor changed what mathematicians thought about infinity in a series of radical ideas. While you really should read my full report if you want to learn about infinity, this paper is simply gets your toes wet in Cantor’s concepts. Cantor used very simple proofs to demonstrate ideas such as that there are infinities whose values are greater than other infinities.... [tags: Mathematics Math] | 650 words (1.9 pages) |
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Strategic Plan to Develop Student Interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Related Careers - Strategic Plan to Develop Student Interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Related Careers Success in K-12 math and science classes has a direct effect on student’s decision to pursue careers in engineering and technology. In a recent International assessment conducted by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) there were some unacceptable statistics released about the United States schools. The results of this latest research place the United States 25th out of 30 OECD countries in math achievement among 15-year-olds and 21st in science achievement (Nagel, 2007).... [tags: Education Students Teaching] | 1064 words (3 pages) |
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Economy Word and Math Exercises - 6.6 A) If a consumer has a certain income and at this level of income the consumer prefers to purchase 50 units of y and 0 units of X, if the price of good Y is $10, then the consumers income is $10*units of Y. Disposable income= $10*y =$10*50 =$500. B) If the same consumer wished to purchase 40 units of X and 0 units of Y, the price of good X would be disposable income divided by the number of units to be purchased. Cost of good X= disposable income/units of X =$500/40 =$12.5 C) The equation for the budget line is calculated using the prices for each good and the disposable income.... [tags: essays research papers] | 1579 words (4.5 pages) |
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math graph story - Between study group, debate, and chess tournaments there wasn’t much of a social scene around Winchester University in Omaha, Nebraska. The school year at this college was year round, but the students were given a 30 day summer vacation in July. The majority of the students went back home to visit their families during this time. But as juniors at the University Charles, Fredrick, and Stanley, all childhood buddies, decided it was time for a change and that they needed a little more spice in their life.... [tags: essays research papers] | 1275 words (3.6 pages) |
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Micheal Redkin and Math Basics - In order to create a graph such as the one Ms. Redkin uses to calculate the depreciation of her rental house, first it must be determined which part of the information given is the dependant variable and which is the independent variable. In this case the independent variable is time (in years), and the dependent the value of the house. Next create a graph with the given data, the independent variables on the x-axis and the dependent on the y. Graph and label the given data as points (4 yrs, $64000) and (7 yrs, $52000), allow the graph to represent the house’s value from when it was new to 10 years after its purchase.... [tags: essays research papers] | 593 words (1.7 pages) |
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Applications of Prisms and Math - Missing Figures Prisms and their Applications Introduction A prism is one or several blocks of glass, through which light passes and refracts and reflects off its straight surfaces. Prisms are used in two fundamentally different ways. One is changing the orientation, location, etc. of an image or its parts, and another is dispersing light as in a refractometers and spectrographic equipment. This project will only deal with the first use. Consider an image projected onto a screen with parallel rays of light, as opposed to an image formed by the same rays that are passed through a cubic prism (assume that the amount of light that is reflected is negligible).... [tags: Mathematics] | 2309 words (6.6 pages) |
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Personal Experience: Student Funds of Knowledge Reflection - The contextualized lesson plan that I created for my mentee turned out to be a success, for he enjoyed the activity very much. When I presented my mentee with the math worksheet for the first part of the activity, he was a bit confused as to why we were going to work on worksheets instead of playing reading games. Once I explained the purpose of the worksheet and what our activity for the day was, he got excited. He could not wait to start on the worksheet and complete the rest of our tasks so he could perform the second part of the activity.... [tags: students, math skills] | 533 words (1.5 pages) |
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Technology in Schooling
- Technology is an important part of life and therefore it is an important part of schooling. The National Council for teachers of mathematics states, ?Calculators and computers are reshaping the mathematical landscape, and school mathematics should reflect those changes.. When students go home, they play video or computer games; yet, when they come to school we expect them to want to work in books and complete worksheets. These tasks are quite boring compared to the exciting games they have waiting on them at home.... [tags: Education Computers Mathematics Math]
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Indian Mathematics - Introduction: Indian, in particular, Hindu, mathematics has not been given the credit or recognition that it deserves. Many of the foundational concepts used in all mathematics were first discovered by the Hindu Indians. This paper will discuss many of these concepts and how they were used in the fifth through the eighth centuries. Apart from direct testimony on the point, the literature of the Hindus furnishes unmistakable evidence to prove that the ancient Hindus possessed astonishing power of memory and concentration of thought.... [tags: India Math Education] | 1455 words (4.2 pages) |
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Fractals: A New-Age Mathematics to Explain Our World
- Fractals: A New-Age Mathematics to Explain Our World Fractal art is a new-age art that tantalizes the eyes and mind with patterns, shapes, colors, and abstract imagery. Artists have once again found a way to harness the abstractedness of mathematics and integrate it into their work. So where does this new art form of fractal design stem from. The reality is that fractals themselves are relatively young in the mathematical world. Of course since the beginning of art and history and mathematics, self-similar objects have existed and been intriguing to the human mind.... [tags: Fractals Mathematics Math Papers]
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Mathematics of Microscope Resolving Power - Missing Figures Imagine this, you are walking through the forest when all of a sudden you come across the most fascinating insect (perhaps insects may not seem too fascinating at first but once you learn a little about them they are the most fascinating creatures). Well, back to the story, so you find this insect and you realize that it seems very different from those you've previously encountered. Well, being the curious scientist that you are, you take out your trusty magnifying glass and take a look.... [tags: Math] | 1745 words (5 pages) |
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Mathematics of Telescopes - Missing Figures A Brief History of Telescopes Although telescopes has been around for several hundreds of years, there has been great discrepancy as to who invented it first. Here is one authors opinion. Lippershey was a Dutch spectacle marker during the early 17th century (approximately 1600). He was one of the first who created the "looker" (now called telescope) by placing two pieces of lenses together. The discovery that placing lenses together can magnify images were made by children who took Lippershey's spectacles and looked at a distant church tower.... [tags: Math] | 1229 words (3.5 pages) |
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Mathematics of Lenses and Optical Glass - Missing figures PROPERTIES OF LENSES, OPTICAL GLASS Composition Glass is a solid, structureless and amorphous. There are two main group classification of optical glass: 1. Crown, and 2. Flint (has a high content of lead oxide) Chemicals are combined to produce new glass types. These new glass types are used to benefit other different types of cameras (such as high-speed minature cameras, black/white cameras, etc). Properties The most important optical characteristics of a glass are its refractive index and its degree of dispersion.... [tags: Math] | 1931 words (5.5 pages) |
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Spherical Coordinate System
- Introduction about spherical coordinate system: Spherical coordinate system is a coordinate system. Spherical coordinates used for 3-dimensional space where the location of a point is mentioned by three numbers. The radial distance of that point from a permanent origin, its tendency angle calculated from a permanent top direction. The other name of radial distance is radius or radial coordinate. Diffusion Spherical Coordinates: Diffusion Spherical Coordinates: Spherical coordinate system is similar to a sphere.... [tags: Math]
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Learn Expected Value Standard - Introduction for learn expected value standard: In this topic we will discuss about learn expected value standard for discrete random variable. Expected value is one of the fundamental thoughts in probability, in a sense more general than probability itself. The expected value of a real-valued chance variable offers a compute of the center of the distribution of the variable. More significantly, by taking the expected value of a variety of functions of a general random variable, we can work out a lot of interesting features of its distribution, including spread and correlation.... [tags: Math] | 549 words (1.6 pages) |
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Introduction to Solve Math Problems Deductive Reasoning - Introduction to solve math problems deductive reasoning Deductive reasoning is one of the two essential forms of suitable reasoning. The reasoning constructs or evaluates deductive reasoning. While deductive reasoning argues from the general to exacting , similarly inductive reasoning argues from the specific to a general instance. Deductive arguments may be valid or invalid,and sound or unsound, but that are not true or false. Whenever we turn up for the conclusion using facts, definitions, rule, or properties, then it is so called Deductive Reasoning.... [tags: Math] | 508 words (1.5 pages) |
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Use of Math in Auto Racing - Mathematics is found everywhere in life and work and auto racing is no exception. There are many applications of math in racing. The purpose of racing is to win and in order to do that there must be a lot of math involved. If you don’t use math and use it correctly then you will not win. Mathematics is involved in racing in two ways, the car setup and scoring an measurements. The car setup involves tire pressure, down force, wedge, aerodynamic Drag, camber, track bar and valance. The scoring system also uses math.... [tags: mathematics math car racing] | 1265 words (3.6 pages) |
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Moving from a Math Class Taught in Classroom to a Math Class Taught Online - My Math Experience My first semester in college didn’t go so great that’s because I had problems with my math class. For me math was always a big problem I had to deal with. It seems that I always had to study longer and harder than anyone else. So that’s why I made the decision to drop my math class last semester and take a virtual math instead this semester. Since I have had the opportunity to take a classroom based math and virtual math I’ve seen the differences in both courses. Making the move from a classroom to a virtual class I have notice a change in teaching methods.... [tags: math experience, virtual class] | 530 words (1.5 pages) |
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Math Manipulatives - A Positive Outlook on Math Manipulatives Math manipulatives have been around for years, but are now becoming increasingly popular amongst educators. Math manipulatives include anything from buckets of pattern blocks, trays of tiles, and colored cubes to virtual manipulatives, or manipulatives colored and cut out by the students themselves. All of these materials can help assist in tangibly teaching children math concepts and by pulling math off the page and into the hands of students. For a child to be verbally and physically taught a math concept allows them to think, reason, and solve problems with the teacher's guidance as well as on their own.... [tags: Mathematics] | 1007 words (2.9 pages) |
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Math and Music - Math and Music When you listen to a piece of music you usually don’t think of math, but the two are interlinked and music always involves math even though we don’t always realize it. When musicians play music they are using mathematical formulas to play. There are formulas for making cords, scales and a formula for the what notes they play. Musical notation also involves math, you use time signatures while playing along to a piece of music which are basically just fractions, 3/4,7/4, and 4/4 are all time signatures.... [tags: Papers] | 451 words (1.3 pages) |
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Math And Owning A Restaraunt - Math is an essential asset in the business world. Without mathematics businesses wouldn’t be able to operate effectively. In order to run a restaurant math plays an important role in a lot of different areas. For instance the items on the menu may change due to the way it sells. Bookkeeping and math allow you to both figures out what items are profitable and what items are selling. The business world revolves around math, from profit and loss statements, to graphs, to taxes. Everything in business requires mathematics.... [tags: essays research papers] | 788 words (2.3 pages) |
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English Vs Math - English Vs. Math To most people English or Language Arts is a creative course and math is just a logical, you get it or you don’t class. My purpose writing this paper is to change your mind. I believe that Math is just as, or more creative than English. I will demonstrate this through a couple of examples. First, we must understand what is behind the creative aspect in English. Most people consider that English is the, ‘creative,’ subject because of titles such as ‘creative writing’ and ‘creative thinking’ and in contrast there is no creative something in math.... [tags: essays research papers] | 636 words (1.8 pages) |
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Women in the Math World - Women in the Math World Works Cited Not Included Math is commonly known as the man’s major. Many college math professors are men and the same goes for their students. "One study revealed that women accounted for 15% of students in computer science, 16% in electrical engineering,. . . Gender splits in the faculty were similar" (Cukier). There are few women that have made an impact on the math society compared with the number of men. A person can ramble off names such as Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Pythagoras of Samos, and Jean-François Niceron.... [tags: Papers Females Mathematics Essays] | 1239 words (3.5 pages) |
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Human Vision and the Eye - ABOUT THE EYE Human eyes receive and form images from outside, also automatically changes in light and seeing things close up and at a distance. Therefore, we can see most of things from outside world. But without light, we can't see anything. Light travels though space and the sun gives off light rays then enter the eyes they are bent or refracted and these light rays create images or picture of all the objects around you, that's why we can see things very clearly. How light enter the eye, first light enters the eye though pupil which control different amounts of light into our eye.... [tags: Math] | 574 words (1.6 pages) |
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What is Math Anxiety and What Can Be Done About It?
- ... According to this study, one that is comfortable with math and who can “apply [the] knowledge of mathematics in everyday life by solving problems and making decisions” does not experience math anxiety (1828). Some of the factors associated with math anxiety are lack of confidence, negatives attitudes towards mathematics, negative experiences in school, and math avoidance (1829). Zakaria et al. believe that if students have the mindset of “mathematics is difficult” in their early years of schooling, then math anxiety will spark in later years.... [tags: fear, confidence, teaching]
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College Application Essay on Chemistry - I have always been inspired by the workings of chemistry and mathematics. My studies of these subjects have developed my understanding and have made me pursue my interest in these two topics. I want to take up chemistry as it involves a large amount of mathematics which I value and understand to be challenging, yet very enjoyable, as there is always an alternative route to obtain the answer. Additionally, I am drawn to the course because it is a mixture of all these exacting subjects, forming a degree that is very demanding and stimulating.... [tags: Math, Challenge] | 556 words (1.6 pages) |
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business math paper - Annuities Businesses, financial institution, and other organizations invest in annuities to raise money to pay such expenses as bond debts, notes due, or stock dividends. They also invest in annuities to provide for future needs, such as new facilities and equipment or employee retirement benefits. Individuals may purchase annuities, such as an Individual Retirement Account (IRA), or an insurance policy, from insurance companies, financial institutions, or securities brokers. An ordinary annuity is a series of regular payments where each payment is made at the end of the payment period.... [tags: essays research papers] | 982 words (2.8 pages) |
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Creating Fantasies: I Want to be A Game Designer - Creating Fantasies The next step toward advancing technology was to create the first video game. In 1952, a British programmer created the first graphical computer game of tic-tac-toe. In October 1958, physicist William Higinbotham created what is thought to be the first video game. The game was called Tennis for Two. In order to play these games, gaming consoles are needed. So, the Magnavox Odyssey was made in 1972. Game designing is a very tedious process, but it is worth it at the end. There are character, level, perfection, sound effect, and action designers.... [tags: Video Games, Math] | 850 words (2.4 pages) |
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Parent´s Role in Child´s Education - ... Hence a continued involvement and helping their children out is what is desired out of parents. Its always pleasing to see a dad helping out his daughter/son with his math assignments(you can feel your childhood days, although vicariously) this seems to develop a lot of trust in the child and will inculcate in him the will to discuss topics more frankly and freely that he could not otherwise discuss. 3.) Teacher's role in education Teacher's should possess the foresight and an attitude so that they can act as role models for the upcoming generation.... [tags: math aptitude, students, technology] | 546 words (1.6 pages) |
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Spring Loaded Camming Device for Rock Climbing - Mathematical Exploration Calculus in Climbing I have decided this mathematical exploration will center around rock climbing. As I read the list of sample topics handed to me by my teacher, I instantly gravitated to rock climbing. It is a topic I have substantial interest in and a sport I routinely participate in. However the crag is a long away from the classroom, does math really have its place in rock climbing. I needed to decide where math applies in the vertical world. The solution to this question is the Spring Loaded Camming Device (SLCD).... [tags: Math, Spiral, Angle] | 1272 words (3.6 pages) |
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Personal Experience: Subjects in Which I Have Excelled - ... I heard my great-grandmother groan. This was unusual because I had never heard the sound of pain coming from my great-grandmother before. I peeped into my great-grandmother’s room and saw that she was rubbing on the region where her legs were removed. She rubbed her legs with a grimace expression on her face until she notice I was watching her. Tears had already started to roll down my face and all that I could do was run into my great-grandmother’s arm and embrace her firmly. At that time I had truly hoped that my hug would make her pain go away.... [tags: narrative, math, science] | 586 words (1.7 pages) |
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IMP 2 POW 8 - Problem Statement My task was to find 3 equations, that would give me an answer, if I had certain information. The first was to find one that if you knew that there were four pegs on the boundary, and none on the interior, you could get the area. The second was if you knew that there were 4 pegs on the boundary, and you knew how many were on the interior, you could get the area. And last, if you had the number on the interior, and the number on the boundary, you could get the area. Process The first two equations, were a preparation for the final, building up towards the complete idea.... [tags: Math Mathmatics Problems] | 1142 words (3.3 pages) |
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Cubic Equations - Cubic equations were known since ancient times, even from the Babylonians. However they did not know how to solve all cubic equations. There are many mathematicians that attempted to solve this “impossible equation”. Scipione del Ferro in the 16th century, made progress on the cubic by figuring out how to solve a 3rd degree equation that lacks a 2nd degree. He passes the solution onto his student, Fiore, right on his deathbed. In 1535 Niccolò Tartaglia figures out how to solve x3+px2=q and later Cardano begs Tartalia for the methods.... [tags: Math] | 531 words (1.5 pages) |
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Measurement and Scaling Concepts
- In research, measurement is the series of actions or methods researchers use to observe and record the information collected as part of a study. In order to understand measurement the researcher much understand the basic ideas entailed in measuring, such as the stages of measurement that help the researcher decide how to make sense of data from particular variables in a study as well as the reliability of the measurement. The researcher must also understand different types of measurement such as surveys, qualitative and unobtrusive measures (Research methods knowledge base, 2006).... [tags: Math]
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Introduction for Learn Formula for Standard Deviation - Introduction for learn formula for standard deviation: In Statistics, the standard deviation is named as the determination of indecision of a chance variable, expressed as the average deviation of a group of data from its arithmetic mean and planned as the positive square root of the inconsistency. In this article we are discussing about learn formula for standard deviation problems. The following formula for solving standard deviation. S = sqrt ((sum(X –M)^2)/N-1)) M – Mean of given values.... [tags: Math] | 579 words (1.7 pages) |
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The Exponential Function - Introduction: In mathematics, the exponential function is the function ex, where e is the number (approximately 2.718281828) such that the function ex equals its own derivative. The exponential function is used to model phenomena when a constant change in the independent variable gives the same proportional change (increase or decrease) in the dependent variable. The exponential function is often written as exp(x), especially when the input is an expression too complex to be written as an exponent.... [tags: Math ] | 532 words (1.5 pages) |
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Addition of Vectors - Introduction: Addition of vectors: Let [vecOA] = [veca] and [vecAB] = [vecb] The [vecOB] represents the addition of [veca] and [vecb] We mention that [vecOB] = [vecOA] + [vecAB] [vecOB] = [vecOA] + [vecAB] = [veca] + [vecb] Subtraction of vectors: If [veca] and [vecb] are two vectors, then the subtraction of [vecb] from [veca] is defined as the vector sum of [veca] and − [vecb] and is denoted by [veca] − [vecb] . [veca] − [vecb] = [veca] + ( − [vecb)] Properties of Addition and Subtraction of Vectors: Space: An amount having only magnitude is called a scalar.... [tags: Math] | 503 words (1.4 pages) |
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Preparation for Population Standard Deviation Exam - Introduction for preparation for population standard deviation exam: In chance theory and statistics, the standard deviation of an arithmetical population, a data group, or a chance distribution is the square root of its inconsistency. Standard deviation is a generally used calculate of the unpredictability or diffusion, being mathematically more tractable though basically fewer robust than the probable deviation or average absolute deviation. In this article we will discuss about preparation for population standard deviation.... [tags: Math] | 577 words (1.6 pages) |
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Learning Expected Value Formula - Introduction for learning expected value formula: In this topic we will discuss about learning discrete expected value formula and example problems Expected value is one of the basic ideas in probability, in a sense more common than probability itself. The expected value of a real-valued chance variable provides a compute of the center of the distribution of the variable. More significantly, by taking the expected value of various functions of a common random variable, we can calculate a lot of interesting features of its distribution, including spread and correlation.... [tags: Math] | 526 words (1.5 pages) |
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Solving Expected Value X - Introduction for solving expected value x: In this topic we will discuss about solving expected value x for discrete chance variable. Expected value is one of the fundamental thoughts in probability, in a sense more general than probability itself. The expected value of a real-valued chance variable offers a compute of the center of the distribution of the variable. More significantly, by taking the expected value of a variety of functions of a general random variable, we can work out a lot of interesting features of its distribution, including spread and correlation.... [tags: Math] | 544 words (1.6 pages) |
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Introduction for Preparation for Expected Value X Exam - Introduction for preparation for expected value x exam: In this topic we will discuss about preparation for expected value x exam for discrete random variable and some exam questions. Expected value is the fundamental thought in probability, in a sense more general than probability itself. The expected value of a real-valued possibility variable offers a compute of the center of the distribution of the variable. More significantly, by taking the expected value of a variety of functions of a general random variable, we can work out a lot of interesting features of its distribution, including spread and correlation.... [tags: Math] | 612 words (1.7 pages) |
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Introduction to Preparation For Expected Value of Y Exam - Introduction to preparation for expected value of y exam: In this topic we will discuss about preparation for expected value of y exam for discrete random variable and some exam questions. Expected value is the fundamental thought in probability, in a sense more general than probability itself. The expected value of a real-valued possibility variable offers a compute of the center of the distribution of the variable. More significantly, by taking the expected value of various functions of a common random variable, we can calculate a lot of interesting features of its distribution, including spread and correlation.... [tags: Math] | 620 words (1.8 pages) |
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Introduction to Expected Value of X Tutoring - Introduction to expected value of x tutoring: In this topic we will discuss about expected value of x tutoring for discrete random variable and some exam questions. Expected value is the fundamental thought in probability, in a sense more general than probability itself. The expected value of a real-valued possibility variable offers a compute of the center of the distribution of the variable. Tutoring is defined as a process of a personality working in the education of others, either individually or in group.... [tags: Math] | 539 words (1.5 pages) |
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Introduction to Study Positive Expected Value - Introduction to study positive expected value: In this topic we will discuss about study positive expected value for discrete random variable and some exam questions. Expected value is the fundamental thought in probability, in a sense more general than probability itself. The expected value of a real-valued possibility variable offers a compute of the center of the distribution of the variable. More significantly, by taking the expected value of various functions of a common random variable, we can calculate a lot of interesting features of its distribution, including spread and correlation.... [tags: Math] | 557 words (1.6 pages) |
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Introduction to Solve Expected Value Product - Introduction to solve expected value product: In this topic we will discuss about solve expected value product for discrete random variable and some exam questions. Expected value is the fundamental thought in probability, in a sense more general than probability itself. The expected value of a real-valued possibility variable offers a compute of the center of the distribution of the variable. More significantly, by taking the expected value of various functions of a common random variable, we can calculate a lot of interesting features of its distribution, including spread and correlation.... [tags: Math] | 548 words (1.6 pages) |
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Introduction for Expected Value of Sample Information Tutor - Introduction for expected value of sample information tutor: Expected value is the main thought in probability, in an intellect more general than probability itself. The expected value of a real-valued selection variable offers a compute of the center of the distribution of the variable. More considerably, by taking the expected value of various functions of a common random variable, we can calculate a lot of interesting features of its distribution, including spread and correlation. Tutor is a personality working in the education of others, either separately or in group.... [tags: Math] | 580 words (1.7 pages) |
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Queueing Theory - Introduction to Queueing Theory : Queueing theory is a branch of Operations Research because the results that we obtained can be used to make business decisions. It is the mathematical study of waiting lines. Queueing theory enables mathematical analysis of several related processes, including arriving at the queue, waiting in the queue and being served at the front of the queue. Using this theory we measure the average waiting time in the queue or the system, the expected number waiting or receiving service and the probability of encountering the system.... [tags: Math] | 1054 words (3 pages) |
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Volatility Standard Deviation Online Help - Volatility standard deviation online help. Introduction to volatility standard deviation online help: Let us see about volatility standard deviation online help. Volatility deviation is the statistics term that provides a better indication of volatility. It estimates how widely values are discrete from the standard. The distribution is the distinction among the definite value and the average value. The superior differentiation among the closing prices and the average price, the superior standard deviation will be and the superior the volatility.... [tags: Math] | 509 words (1.5 pages) |
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Volatility Standard Deviation Tutor - Introduction to volatility standard deviation tutor: Let us see about volatility standard deviation tutor. The volatility standard deviation is one of the statistics expressions that generate a good indication of volatility. It calculates how widely values are dispersed from the average. Distribution is the dissimilarity between the actual value and the average value. The greater difference between the closing prices and the average price, the larger standard deviation will be and the higher the volatility.... [tags: Math] | 569 words (1.6 pages) |
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Introduction to Operations Research Test - Introduction to Operations Research test Operations Research or Operational Research is a wide area of applied mathematics that uses mathematical modeling, statistical analysis and mathematical operations(analytical methods) to find the optimal or nearly optimal solution to the complex problems of decision-making. Operations Research concerned with finding the maximum and minimum cost in an organization. This contains number of activities for coordinating and controlling the organization.... [tags: Math] | 506 words (1.4 pages) |
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Introduction for Operations Research Test Online Help - Introduction for operations research test online help: Online is used to gather number of information about any topics. It also provides teaching method for the students. Operations research (O.R.) is one of the important techniques of applied mathematics. Operational research is used to improve the decision making for any problems. Operational research is said to be operations research. It provides power for making more effective decision and produces more productive systems. In the below, we will analyze about the topic of operations research test online help.... [tags: Math] | 572 words (1.6 pages) |
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Introduction to Linear Motion Graphs - Introduction to linear motion graphs The change of location of an object along a straight line and can be described using a single spatial dimension is called linear motion. It can be uniform or non-uniform, that is, constant velocity or variable velocity. The motion of particle can be described in terms of X with time T. A very good example for linear motion is a ball throwing down and up straightly. Plotting of graphs under linear motion is called Linear motion graphs. Here we study about two types of graphs as displacement-time graph and velocity-time graph.... [tags: Math] | 570 words (1.6 pages) |
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Advanced Math Solutions - Introduction to prepare for advanced math solutions: Mathematics is mainly considered as the main branches of science. Normally all the mathematical operations like addition, division, multiplication as well as subtraction are easy to do in case of simple problems. Prepare for advanced math problems solution is simple and easy. In this session, we will see how we have to prepare for advanced math solution. Prepare for advanced math solutions: Example problem 1- Prepare for advanced math solutions Calculate the equation of the line using the points (5, - 5) and (4, 1) that passes through the line.... [tags: Math] | 878 words (2.5 pages) |
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Math in Special Education
- There’s no denying that education is constantly changing, but what’s truly astounding is the difference that can be throughout the years in math. More is changing in math classrooms than the tools that are used. The expectations that 21st century students face are completely transforming the approach that’s being taken in classrooms across America. The United States wants to make sure its students are ready to compete on a global level, and teachers are stepping up to the plate. The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) has led the movement for education reform in mathematics.... [tags: math classrooms, teachers of mathematics]
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Math and Graph Models Behind the Olympic Paul Vault Jump - Introduction Every 4 years, the Olympic games is a major event around the world. International athletes come together to represent their own country at a sport. A gold medal is given to the winner of each game. This math internal assessment aims to consider the trends of the wining men gold medalist’s pole vault height from 1932 to 2008, and predicting 1940 and 1944 record, when the Olympic games were not held due to the world war. Data – Height Record 1932-2008 The table below shows the men pole vault gold medalists at various Olympic games between 1932 and 2008.... [tags: math and calculations project] | 957 words (2.7 pages) |
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Math Solutions - Introduction to solve math solutions manual: The topic of “solve math solutions manual”, are seen below with some related problems and solutions. In mathematics, there are many chapters included such as number system, fraction, algebra, functions, trigonometry, integral, calculus, matrix, vector, geometry, graph etc. We can understand how to solve the problems using formulas and some operations. Let us discuss some important problems below in different concepts. Example problems – Solve math solutions manual Example problem 1 – Solve math solutions manual Simplify the expression: (5k2 - 8k + 6) + (3k2 + 5k - 4) - (2k2 + 6k + 8) Solution: In this problems, the given polynomials are (5k2 - 8k... [tags: Mathematics] | 604 words (1.7 pages) |
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