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Christmas Math:Hint for Santa's Triangle Dilemma Dec 18, 2007

It can be helpful to imagine mathematical abstractions in a physical way to enable 'playing' with them to learn

Holiday Math Balance Dec 17, 2007

We try to make clear recent challenges

Santa's Christmas Math Problem Dec 15, 2007

A little knowledge of triangles makes many questions easier than they seem

X-mas Math, Hanukkah Math Dec 12, 2007

Whether complex algebra or a sequence to be added, step by step work simplifies challenges

Christmas Math: a Question of Balance. Nov 29, 2007

People explore algebraic principles as children. Abstractions of formal math should grow from that experience.

Hanukkah Math For All Ages (Almost) Nov 24, 2007

There are basic math problems for almost every holiday, but now one is raised to a new level

Thanksgiving Average Rate of Movement Nov 22, 2007

In a famous averaging question, it is weighted averages that must be considered

Thanksgiving Math, Edgy and Geometric Nov 18, 2007

Circles have unique characteristics, but their advantage depends upon context

Thanksgiving Math: Middle School to High School Nov 11, 2007

In this Thanksgiving math word problem, there is a critical concept that is often overlooked

Thanksgiving Math: Ratio Question Answered Nov 9, 2007

An excellent way to approach ratio questions is to think of them as 'Shrink-wrapped' packages

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