Monday, February 5, 2018

August 2017: Difference of Cubes, Colored Squares, and Frames

(from August 23, 2017)


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(from August 19, 2017)

"Which Area is Larger?"

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(from August 12, 2017)

"Difference of Cubes"

(from August 12, 2017)

"Tables and Functions"


(from August 6, 2017)

"Midday Stroll"

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Saturday, January 27, 2018

July 2017: Ping Pong, Triangles and Circles, Star Trek, and school supplies

(from July 27, 2017)

"Star Trek"

(from July 24, 2017)

"A math riddle"

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(from July 20, 2017)

"Back to School Supplies"

(from July 16, 2017)

"Triangles and Circles"

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(from July 14, 2017)

"Ping Pong"

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Saturday, December 30, 2017

June 2017: Chain Letters, the food pyramid, Dead Poets Society, Happy Days, and McDonald's

(from June 27, 2017)

"McAlgebra Class"

Ronald McDonald teaches math..

(from June 21, 2017)

"Happy Days: The lost episode"

Fonzie prepares for the SAT test...

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(from June 14, 2017)

"Solving a system of exponential equations"

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(from June 11, 2017)

"Dead Mathematician's Society"

Carpe Diem!

(from June 5, 2017)

"The Food Pyramid"

(from June 2, 2017)

"Geometry Chain Letters"

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Friday, August 25, 2017

May 2017: Skydiving, Homer Simpson, Chain Letters, and a determined ant

(from May 26, 2017)

"X marks the Spot"

Skydiving and Algebra....

(from May 17, 2017)

"Algebra Chain Letters"

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(from May 12, 2017)


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(from May 6, 2017)

"A Determin(ed)-Ant"

(from May 2, 2017)

"Trapezoids and a Triangle"

The 2 red trapezoids have the same areas.

Can you find the area of the gray triangle?


Friday, July 21, 2017

April 2017: FOIL, MacGyver, Skews, and Determinants...

(from April 26, 2017)

"Skewed Wrong"

(from April 21, 2017)

"Determinants Question"

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(from April 18, 2017)

"Dilation... Elation!"

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(from April 10, 2017)


(from April 7, 2017)

"Geometry Question"

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(from April 3, 2017)


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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

March 2017: Pi Day, Operation, and Climbing

(from March 25, 2017)

"Geometry Climbers"

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(from March 18, 2017)

"Order of Operation"

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(from March 15, 2017)

"System of Logarithms and Exponentials"

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(Pi Day, 2017)

"Pi(e) in the Face"

(from March 7, 2017)


(from March 3, 2017)

"Three 5's Question"

Using three 5's with any math operations or symbols, can you make an equation equal to 121?

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Sunday, June 11, 2017

February 2017: Swayze, Support Groups, and Sign Language

(from February 26, 2017)

"Math Support Group"

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(from February 24, 2017)

Two vertical poles in a level surface are 80 feet apart. One pole is 50 feet high. The other pole is 30 feet high.
A wire runs from the top of the first pole to the bottom of the other. And, another wire runs from the top of the other pole to the bottom of the first pole.
How far above the ground do the wires pass each other?

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(from February 18, 2017)

"Sine Language"

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(from February 10, 2017)

"Negative Rational Exponents Inequality"


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(from February 7, 2017)

"Thirty Dancing"