It’s time to review some terms you hear in math lectures. If you are not doing well in math, it’s probably because of miscommunications and not for any other reason. BRIEFLY: I’m running out of time, so I’ll just write and talk faster. BRUTE FORCE: Four special cases, three counting arguments, two long inductions, and…

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I found a piece of paper with this little poem inserted in my old notebook. It was written by Beverly Slapin. I realized I was born an Indian and will always be. All right, class, let’s see who know what two plus two is. Yes, Doris? I have a question. Two plus two what? Two…

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Graphs display information in an organized and easy-to-read manner.They are visual representations of quantities and their relationships so they are not pictures. That graphs are pictures is a common misconception. By end of fourth grade a pupil should be able create, understand and interpret at least the basics of three types of graphs, line, bar graphs…

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