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- 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]

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- ... I have credited much of my success in math and English to the connections I made in the real world, my commitment and dedication, and by discovering why some teachers teach in the field of math and science. In part of my success in English and math, I made connections to the real world. It was hard trying to understand why I needed to learn such--what I thought at the time--vague subjects like English and math, so I questioned how vital could they be in the real world. The when, where, why and how English and math is applied in everyday life made it clear to me that most professionals would not be relevant, especially today, without either math or English like the military, writers, and... [tags: High school, Graduation, Learning, Teacher]

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- ... By doing this we were all becoming fluent in the math language of the course. Presentations were another key component to this class. We were asked to sign up and present problems that we had solved successfully and could share with the class. I liked how this was set up. It gave students an opportunity to share what they had discovered, which could be a different way than you had done the problem. By letting us choose when we wanted to sign up it did not put any negative pressure on us. I never felt stupid or unsuccessful, I was able to master everything I shared with the class and show them how smart I was.... [tags: Problem solving, Education, How to Solve It]

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- Every semester throngs of incoming freshmen howl out their earsplitting lamentation: “This is so stupid. Why do I have to take algebra classes. I am not going to use any kind of math in my profession!” What these arriving freshmen do not understand is that math is a skill that is used every day in all professions in some form or another. Understanding and being able to function mathematically is a fundamental building block of a well-rounded education. However, disabilities related to math and numbers can hinder students who are affected.... [tags: argumentative essay]

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- ... Since the acceleration in the y-direction does not change, the following equation can be applied for the y-position at time t: y=h+|(|vo|)| sin〖(θ)t-〗 g/2 t^2 Equation (2) y is set equal to 0 in order to obtain the time the volleyball hits the floor. Therefore, equation 2 becomes a quadratic equation, which gives the value for t as: t=(-||vo||sin(θ)±√(|(|vo|)|^2 sin^2 (θ)+2hg))/(-g) Equation (3) An equation for vo in terms of θ can be evaluated if equation (1) is set to be equal to equation (3): Equation (4) shows that for a given starting angle, there exists not more than one initial speed that will strike the target dT feet away.... [tags: forces, angles, a good service]

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- ... For students to understand mathematics conceptually, they must be able to interact with the teacher and their peers to discuss their ideas and the ideas of others. Students need to be prompted through questioning to justify, verify, and share their strategies (Cooke & Adams, 1998). Questioning Development The act of getting students into effective discourse has proven to be a struggle for educators, especially those within their first years of teaching. As expressed previously, student discourse plays and essential role in students conceptualizing math ideas (Cooke & Adams, 1998).... [tags: Education, Mathematics, Mathematics education]

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- ... 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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- ... Wolf. Both were very fun, but they only covered a fraction of what a student should be learning on a specific content. After we explored different math focused games, we changed directions and started working with the application, Educreation. We began by testing the waters and playing around with the application. After a little bit of getting a feel for it, we were given the assignment to pick a math subject, grade level, and specific topic to explain via the application, after we made slides and activities, we were to voice them over and explain them, like we would to the grade level of the subject.... [tags: Education, Student, University, Learning]

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- Part A 1. My dog learned to stay in our yard and not run out in the road through the process of negative reinforcement. We had an electronic tool that would send out a sound that is unpleasant to dogs if he passed the perimeter of the restricted area. Upon returning within the perimeter of the yard, the noise stops. Because the noise being removed increased my dog’s behavior of remaining within our yard, this behavior was learned through negative reinforcement. 2. I learned how to properly study for math courses in my pre-calculus class in high school through the process of intermittent reinforcement.... [tags: Reinforcement, Operant conditioning, Punishment]

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- ... After reading your email and having a conversation with other colleagues, I have decided to implement Morning Meetings to help my students transition into the day and work on social skills. Every morning, students will have an opportunity to share something about themselves or play a game that will require collaboration. We will also revisit our classroom rules to re-emphasize their importance by using the Whole-Brain Teaching Technique’s Five Classroom Rules. This classroom teaching technique will improve my classroom management because instead of having to single a particular student out, I will say the rule number, and students will say the rule with a gesture.... [tags: Education, Teacher, Reading, Reading]

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- ... The SAT scores of the individual school districts were taken from the Pennsylvania Department of Education. National SAT averages were obtained from the National Center for Education Statistics. In applying these measures to school districts, this study hoped to further demonstrate the impact of NCLB on students in low-income school districts with high minority populations. Case Study: Urban School Districts in Pennsylvania These measures were applied to three three school districts in Pennsylvania: the Philadelphia City School District, the Harrisburg City School District, and the York City School District.... [tags: High school, Education in the United States, SAT]

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- ... But we also find our thinking changing because we belong to a group. It is the hardest thing in the world to maintain an individual dissident opinion, as a member of a group." (Behrens, Rosen 652) Group minds can be defined as individuals’ way of thinking when they are placed in a setting with other individuals who have like-minded opinions. According to the Merriam Webster, group mind is defined as the beliefs and desires common to a social group as a whole; a hypothetical psychic unit or collective consciousness of a group of individuals.... [tags: Mind, Thought, Psychology, Peer group]

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- The history of mathematics has its roots on the African continent. The oldest mathematical object was found in Swaziland Africa. The oldest example of arithmetic was found in Zaire. The 4000 year old, Moscow papyrus, contains geometry, from the Middle Kingdom of Egypt, Egypt was the cradle of mathematics. The great Greek mathematicians, including Pythagoras, Thales, and Exodus all acquired much of their mathematics from Egypt, including the notion of zero. This paper will discuss a brief history of mathematics in Africa.... [tags: Math ]

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- Abstract Chaotic systems are nonlinear dynamical systems that exhibit a random, unpredictable behavior. Trajectories of chaotic dynamical systems are sensitive to initial conditions in the sense that starting from slightly di®erent initial conditions the trajectories diverge expo- nentially. To study chaos, the behavior of solution to logistic equation is considered. In this paper, for di®erent parameters, the solutions for the logistic equation is analyzed. At a certain point, the solution di- verges to multiple equilibrium points, the periodicities increase as the parameter increases.... [tags: Math]

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- ... Mathematical equations always have an expected outcome, and accurate steps to be followed in order to achieve that result (Wile). Acquired math skills is a way to help students connect and perhaps get excited about math (Susan). The training of the mind that children develop in math classes can carry over into everyday life (Wile). Mathematics is used to evaluate the world to give it perspective. Math is a pervasive tool, interacting with, supporting, and providing enhancements to other subjects.... [tags: Mathematics, Problem solving, Calculation, World]

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- Solution of the Cubic Equation The history of any discipline is full of interesting stories and sidelines; however, the development of the formulas to solve cubic equations must be one of the most exciting within the math world. Whereas the method for quadratic equations has existed since the time of the Babylonians, a general solution for all cubic equations eluded mathematicians until the 1500s. Several individuals contributed different parts of the picture (formulas for various types of cubics) until the full solution was reached; these men included Scipione dal Ferro, Nicolo Tartaglia, Girolamo Cardan, and Lodovico Ferrari.... [tags: Math]

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- 'Complete certainty,' what exactly does that mean. It seems to imply that we are able to know something without doubtfulness. In fact, it seems to be saying that it is a justified true belief. But what makes a 'complete certainty' 'complete' and 'certain.' To understand this we must first understand and grasp what the two areas of knowledge of mathematics and the natural sciences say they accomplish this goal. We must first understand what makes something a complete certainty to the scientists and mathematicians that study in these subjects and how the people, who believe in their findings, accept these 'complete certainties.' Mathematics and the natural sciences are both hard sciences tha... [tags: Complete Certainty, Definition]

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- Introduction to solving math solutions manuals: The topic of “solving math solutions manuals”, are discussed 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. We can solve the math problems easily without using any electronic devices. Let us discuss some important problems below in different concepts.... [tags: Mathematics]

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- Pythagoras was a mathematician who has influenced the math culture until this day. His studies in math are more noted than his contributions to philosophy as well as religion. Due to the fact Pythagoras lived between roughly 520-495 bc there is very little information about him. In fact his exact birthday and death date are mainly estimations based on other historical events. Whatever we know about him is information learned after his death. Most of his writings were not published so we do not have many of his personal notes.... [tags: ancient Greek mathematicians]

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- 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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- “Memorizing math facts is the most important step to understanding math. Math facts are the building blocks to all other math concepts and memorizing makes them readily available” (EHow Contributor, 2011). To clarify, a math fact is basic base-10 calculation of single digit numbers. Examples of basic math facts include addition and multiplication problems such as 1 + 1, 4 + 5, 3 x 5 and their opposites, 2 – 1, 9 – 4, 15/5(Marques, 2010 and Yermish, 2011). Typically, these facts are memorized at grade levels deemed appropriate to a student’s readiness – usually second or third grade for addition and subtraction and fourth grade for multiplication and division.... [tags: Education, The Arithmetic Gap]

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- 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]

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- The History of Math Mathematics, study of relationships among quantities, magnitudes, and properties and of logical operations by which unknown quantities, magnitudes, and properties may be deduced. In the past, mathematics was regarded as the science of quantity, whether of magnitudes, as in geometry, or of numbers, as in arithmetic, or of the generalization of these two fields, as in algebra. Toward the middle of the 19th century, however, mathematics came to be regarded increasingly as the science of relations, or as the science that draws necessary conclusions.... [tags: Mathematics Education Logic Numbers Essays]

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- The history of math has become an important study, from ancient to modern times it has been fundamental to advances in science, engineering, and philosophy. Mathematics started with counting. In Babylonia mathematics developed from 2000B.C. A place value notation system had evolved over a lengthy time with a number base of 60. Number problems were studied from at least 1700B.C. Systems of linear equations were studied in the context of solving number problems. The basic of mathematics was inherited by the Greeks and independent by the Greeks beg the major Greek progress in mathematics was from 300 BC to 200 AD.... [tags: essays research papers]

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- Ever since the beginning of time women have been fighting to gain attention in the mathematical arena. For decades they were seen as persona non grata but hard work and perseverance has led to tremendous breakthroughs as there are instances where females are either equally performing or even out performing their male counterparts in math-related disciplines. Ceci, et al in “Women's Underrepresentation in Science: Sociocultural and Biological Considerations” (2009) posits that male and female college mathematics students receive similar grades and ever since 1996 there has been an increase in the percentage of females receiving bachelors and doctorates in STEM (Science, Technology and Mathema... [tags: Education]

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- ... The interesting of math games and the logical similarity between recreational math and advanced mathematics are strong arguments to conclude that, recreational math is important to lead intro level math lovers into the gate of high level mathematics. Suri lists many recreational math problems in the editorial to embody the interesting. “Make a plane with eight pentagonal shapes” and “Hexaflexagons” (Suri, 1) are two enjoyable examples he mentions at the beginning. By using specific instances of problems instead of explaining why recreational math is important in cold words, he makes the readers to feel the interesting by participating them in the solving process, thereby further inspirin... [tags: Mathematics, Logic, Mathematician]

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- There is a famous Quote by Bob Becker -“ Math and Science are the LIFE BLOOD of the future ’’ Today, the world is moving faster than ever before. Technologies afford us instant access and split-second connections. At the same time, consumer expectations are rising to sky level as we learn to take speed for granted. How will we keep pace in a world that moves at web speed. Today math plays a major role in technology and sciences. Science and math were initially found together, and they are best adapted together now.... [tags: Education, High school, Mathematics]

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- Math Using a four step model for math problem solving has been successful in many ways. Each step was taught individually and then the importance of all the steps together became the next goal. As many of the students were not reading at a high enough level to independently read the problems, I continued to read the problems to the majority of the students. The children learned to underline the numbers in the problem and listen for key-words and phrases (e.g. How many in all. How many more. How many fewer?) These key phrases were an excellent way to differentiate and challenge students who had mastered the simpler problems.... [tags: Problem solving, Problem, A Great Way to Care]

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- 1 In Drumright, Oklahoma there is a math teacher called Sarah Hagan. She is 25 years old. In Drumright, Oklahoma there is a math teacher called Sarah Hagan. She is 25 years old. She’s short and has brown hair. Hagan wears square glasses and has a nice smile. She has a long wide nose and nice eyebrows. Her hair is a bit wavy and goes to her shoulders. She also has a creative and energetic personality. Sarah is one of the best math teachers in Oklahoma because of her unique teaching style. "The first time I saw my classroom," Hagan says, "It was the most depressing thing I 'd ever seen.... [tags: Teacher, Education, Mathematics education]

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- Thinking back to my past math teachers, I believe that it depended on the teacher whether or not I liked math that year. There are many things that make a math teacher a good one, and I have been lucky to get great teachers the past few years. A good teacher understands that even though the students should know how to do something, they might not. Teachers often assume that their students know how to solve a certain equation for instance, but not everyone learns at the same pace. It is also important that a math teacher has the ability to explain how to do a certain math problem in many different ways.... [tags: learners, ability, explain, comprehend]

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- Special education students often lack the necessary mathematical skills needed to be independently successful in the secondary classroom. These students face challenges in applying the basic math skills needed as well as retaining basic math skills from grade level to grade level. Lack of understanding, in addition to causing classroom difficulties, can cause other personal and social dilemmas for the special education students. Lack of motivation, anger, lack of self value, and other disruptive behaviors may occur as a result of the difficulties the special education students have in the classroom.... [tags: Education]

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- Cross-Cultural Look at Math Instruction This article is about the study of math instruction in the classrooms. Math instruction varies in many different countries across the world. Unfortunately the United States ranks very poorly in math and reading. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), test scores were lower in the U.S when compared to other countries. Countries such as, Japan and Germany scored higher in math and reading. Dr. James Stigler from UCLA wanted to figure out how to improve math instruction in the U.S.... [tags: Teacher, Education, School, Lesson plan]

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- ... Li went to study the policy carefully, then he gathered every member of the Hua Ying school. He explained the policy to the members of the school. He told them that the market still existed, even after the policy is created. And then he assured them that they would continue Hua Ying school even without the Olympic program. Hua Ying school would see this as an opportunity to expand its lessons. The Olympic math program only targeted at the top 3% of the student population, after the incident the courses are being offered in a wider range targeted at the top 30% of the student population.... [tags: High school, College, Middle school, Education]

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- Bad math in court is something that happens over and over again and because of it, many innocent victims have been jailed and punished unjustly over the years. The problem is not some sort of miscalculation, but the refusal of the court to recalculate. More than often enough, the judge refuses to reexamine the collected DNA in an investigation case. What the people of the court fail to realize at times is that probability is not a one off thing, it is something that should be repeated at least more than once and can even be repeated over and over again.... [tags: court, judges, jail, mathematical fallacy]

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- RTI Resource 1: Fuchs, L.S. Mathematics Intervention at the Secondary Prevention Level of Mult-Tier Prevention System: Six Key Principles. Retrieved from rtinetwork.org. The article reviews and describes the six instructional principles that math interventions at the Tier 2 level must incorporate in an effort to assist struggling students and close the achievement gap. The first principle, instructional explicitness, was created in response to the fact that students with math disabilities benefit from explicit instruction where teachers explicitly share the information that students need to learn (Fuchs).... [tags: Assistance, Incorporation]

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- ... Amplitude refers to the distance from crest or trough of the wave to its equilibrium position. Garland (1995) stated, frequency is a term that describes the number of waves, or vibrations, that pass a given point per second (p. 28). It is inversely proportional to the wavelength, which is the distance of one wave cycle. Frequency can be evaluated in the pitch of a tone: a higher pitch has a higher frequency. A simple tone has constant frequency and amplitude, and its graph is similar to a sine curve.... [tags: rhythm and frequency, galileo galilei]

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- Math and Music: An Introduction and Mathematical Analysis Rhythm and Frequency To understand the relation between math and music, the primary step is to study the nature of rhythm, frequency and amplitude. Everything around us has its own pattern of rhythm, from the motion of protons and neutrons, to the beats in rock music. Rhythm is determined by the periodicity of vibration of certain object in its surrounding substance, or medium. The vibration is repeated at a constant time length, thus creating wave motion.... [tags: rhythm, frequency, amplitude]

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- ... ?I plan to slow down and build my listening skills in order to be able to adapt better putting me in more control of my emotions spiraling unnecessarily. Being able to really zone in on slowing down and listening to understand and not listening to respond transfers over in many areas in my life such as relationships of all kinds; family, work, and academia. Being good at something that I do everyday is not enough, you have to get into technicalities of it. For me, that would be, widening my vocabulary and diving deep into grammatical know how.... [tags: Citation, Bibliography, Parenthetical referencing]

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- Minorities will increasingly surpass Whites in the labor force, which not only means they will significantly impact the trend of the economy, but will, also, become critical for recruiting in high demand industries. Minorities had better opportunities to prosper than they had in the past, which allowed US to reach an eminent moment of electing their first African-American President and appointing their first Hispanic Supreme Court justice. Many minorities are increasingly educated and participating in business, science, and technical innovation as well as, enjoying their middle to high income status.... [tags: American Education]

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- Thirteen-year-old Laurel was called into the principal’s office one day to discuss her punishment for cheating on her math exam. Laurel was filled with despair when the principal said he was going to call her parents. She knew that her parents would be deeply disappointed and frustrated with her. In midst of the phone call, Laurel excused herself and went to the bathroom. There, she dug into her book bag for scissors and, with tears running down her face, she proceeded to slit her wrist. Luckily, Laurel was found by another student and was rushed to the hospital.... [tags: Suicide, Adolescence, Suicide methods]

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- ... 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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