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This article is a full guide in solving problems involving the use of the Factor Theorem. It includes the definition, proof, examples and solutions about the Factor Theorem.

- Nov 19, 2020

To add integers using the number line, always start at zero and move n units to the right if the number is positive and n units to the left if the number is negative.

- Oct 31, 2020

Few people would have predicted the mathematical controversy that would follow the first time the 'three door problem' was played on the quiz show, Let's Make A Deal. The game is easy to play, but the implications in terms of probability theory were controversial and divisive.

- Nov 18, 2020

An enthusiastic teacher goes overboard to discuss the famous Pancake Problem, bringing in sorting algorithms and recursion techniques in an analysis of stacks of different sized pancakes. Intuitive conclusions are drawn regarding the number of pancake tosses a hapless chef needs to make.

- Nov 6, 2020

The area of a flat shape can be estimated by dividing it into unit squares and counting their number. Pick's Theorem provides a method to find the exact area of a polygon drawn on a dotted grid. We look at how the Theorem works and establish a proof using Euler's formula.

- Oct 8, 2020

Shaking hands is one of the most common activities we do. But have you considered just how many handshakes you would have to make in a room full of people? We will delve into the mathematics of handshaking and combinatorial analysis.

- Oct 3, 2020

This mathematical investigation generally aimed to develop a mathematical formula to calculate the number of regions formed by connecting the points on the perimeter of a circle. Specifically, this investigation aimed to observe some patterns that will help the investigator develop a conjecture.

- Oct 6, 2020

A casual summer job with a motley crew of tradesmen almost made me regret that I wasn't back at University. This was until I came to understand their special brand of humour, knowledge and their worship of Pythagoras.

- Sep 30, 2020

â€śMathematics is the language in which God has written the universe.â€ť â€“ Galileo Galilei

- Sep 27, 2020

To add or multiply two complex numbers, consider them as if they were polynomials and simplify the result by letting i2 = -1.

- Sep 24, 2020

Virtually every processed item, be it animal, vegetable or mineral, has associated with it a signature known as a barcode. This article examines two standard footprints that provide substantial information about a product; EAN-13 and ISBN.

- Sep 21, 2020

Mathematical language is a system used to express, communicate and convey mathematical information. It is distinct and unique from the usual language that people are used to and is used to communicate abstract and logical ideas. Mathematical language is characterized by abstraction symbols and rule.

- Sep 30, 2020

Fibonacci Sequence is popularized in Europe by Leonardo of Pisa, famously known as Leonardo Fibonacci. The nth term of a Fibonacci sequence is found by adding up the two Fibonacci numbers before it. But how can we find the nth term of a Fibonacci sequence without it's two preceding terms?

- Sep 26, 2020

There are many things parents can do to assist their child to cope with the rigors of mathematics. This article provides specific examples and general advice to parents who can act as mentors.

- Sep 21, 2020

There are 3 characteristics of mathematical language; being precise, being concise, and being powerful.

- Sep 18, 2020

A relation or function can be represented in five waysâ€“ordered pairs, table of values, mapping diagram, graph, and rule or equation. This article will give you the discussion on these 5 representations of relations or functions.

- Sep 27, 2020

This article establishes mathematics' relation with beautiful components of nature. It focusses on the technicalities associated with it and explains the reason behind it. It's an answer to the curiosity that arises when we admire the beauty of these creations.

- Apr 4, 2020

Geometric shapes are always good to look at but sometimes difficult to memorize with regards to what are the properties they have in common, what makes them different and so on. So, here we are to discuss some tips which makes learning the properties of quadrilaterals easy.

- Dec 5, 2019

10 Ideas for using paper folding in geometry lessons, for just in case your child or students find it boring

- Nov 27, 2019

This article teaches you Trigonometry with comprehensive explanations to help you revise for the SAT mathematics examination.

- Oct 2, 2018

Spearman Rank Correlation and Pearson Correlation can be both used to identify the relationship between two sets of data. This a brief comparison between the two measures of correlation and there are examples provided to explain how to solve them.

- Jul 7, 2018

Coincidence or the presence of a certain third, unseen factor? Is this how a conspiracy theory is born? An illusory correlation or in Latin, 'um hoc ergo propter hoc', "with this, therefore because of this," also called the false cause.

- Aug 7, 2019

If you have played the 'laughing clown' game at the carnival, you appreciate how frustrating it is that a prize is always just out of your reach. Now let's mathematically explore why this is the case.

- Oct 7, 2020

Do you know the origin of the game of chess? We take a look at one version of its history and continue to a version of solitaire involving the knight.

- Oct 1, 2020

A teacher's quest to enlighten math students can take unexpected turns. Let's see how one teacher livens up the lesson by involving the class in a quiz game show

- Nov 18, 2020

Prepare for your engineering board exam by learning the different calculator techniques in Mathematics. Master the calculator techniques and surely, you'll do good in your engineering board exam.

- Jan 2, 2020

Number series is a part of the reasoning in mathematics. It's a very interesting and good exercise for the brain. In most competitive exams it is asked. If you know the tricks you can solve it quickly. The article mainly focuses on three sequencesâ€” A.P, G.P., & H.P

- Apr 17, 2020

If you have ever thought of why we have limits in our lives why not check out this hub, even if you are just curious check this hub out.

- Dec 4, 2019

Step into any classroom you'll see the difference from the class of twenty years ago. Have the Interactive whiteboards trapped students of today in a class of digital resources that has not kept pace

- Apr 15, 2019

I was worried about the performance of my children in mathematics over other required subjects. However, after, I learn about Singapore math program. They started solving problems with ease.

- Jun 3, 2020

In this hub I want to show that the problem of finding the Philo line for a right angle is equivalent to finding the solution to a specific type of cubic equations using Lillâ€™s method.

- Jul 5, 2016

This is an introduction to Lill's method of finding the real roots of polynomials of any degree. I will use a specific polynomial that is connected to the golden ratio.

- May 5, 2017

Integrate x.e^x and x^2e^x using easy predetermined results without using integration by parts.

- Apr 26, 2020

An outstanding lesson plan for introducing speed-time graphs to your students.

- May 6, 2018

Are you wondering how many sides a pentagon has? What about how many sides a hexagon has? If so, then I have the answers for you. I cover all shapes from 3 sides to 30 sides!

- Aug 15, 2017

Central Tendency: Mean, Median, Mode and Chapter 3: Some Key Ingredients for Inferential Statistics: Z Scores, the Normal Curve, Sample versus Population, and Probability study guide.

- Sep 23, 2014

With the use of the cross product, vector calculus really takes off, exploring new ideas and concepts that would otherwise be denied to us.

- Oct 25, 2019

The mysterious dot product has a basis in vector theory that has wide applications. Here we examine how we know what it is and how to use it.

- Oct 25, 2019

Who knew that cats and math would go so well together? Learn about the mathematics of stacking cats, cat piles, and even "cat"enary cables!

- Apr 18, 2019

This is a very interesting look at the odds of you existing, as you, in this world. In fact, it is virtually zero based on the probability of a series of events that must occur for you to exist.

- Aug 10, 2014

This Hub looks at a general formula for finding the area of any Regular Polygon with n sides.

- Jul 24, 2014

This Hub is on the Geometry of Pyramids, and shows algorithms and formulae for working out both the height and volume of regular Pyramid like three dimensional shapes.

- Oct 2, 2019

Rounding is a great tool to estimate an answer in maths. This hub gives you the rules to allow you to round to any number as long as you know your place value. Plus I have included a great rap to help

- Jan 19, 2014

This Hub takes us into the Statistics rich world of Cricket, with its run rates, batting averages, and needed to win equations.

- Oct 21, 2014

This is designed to continue from where we left off in the previous Hub, getting in to more involved ways people might want to sum up numbers.

- Oct 2, 2019

When measuring a number of pieces of data, the numeric central tendency, can be expressed in one of three ways. The relationship of these three tendency's depends on the distribution of data.

- Nov 17, 2013

This is the second installment in my series of math problems that tend to trip people up. This time we will be using let statements and algebraic expressions to solve word problems.

- Oct 18, 2013