Some Exponent Rules & Tips
First, what is an exponent? That is the fancy math term for power or degree, we have special terms to use for 2 & 3, which are squared & cubed,...
Math is Everywhere!
First, what is an exponent? That is the fancy math term for power or degree, we have special terms to use for 2 & 3, which are squared & cubed,...
When Factoring a Trinomial, you may have noticed that there are only 2 possible signs and so only 4 possible arrangements. Having these limiting situations means that there are certain...
The first most obvious great thing about Google Drive is the ability to access your files from any computer and many mobile devices. This is great for those of us...
Making a pattern can be quite easy, anything that repeats could be a pattern, such as 565656, or cat dog cat dog cat dog. To find a pattern you often...
The numbers of the Fibonacci Sequence can either start 0,1, or 1,1, depending on the author. However, beyond that everyone agrees, so: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13,...
Videos are also on YouTube and will be embeded “soon”. A set is a collection of objects. The object is a member or element of the set. The roster method...
De Morgan’s Laws are used in Set Theory, Logic, and several other related fields. Both pairs of equivalencies mean the same, but the two fields use slightly different notation. Using...
Mathematical Logic is a formalized method of analyzing situations. Boolean Algebra is related to this topic. Charts or tables are used with particular symbols for each of the operators. A...
Logic Puzzles these are strategy puzzles. Where argument and reasoning are important. Any situation where Sherlock Holmes might be found. This is closely related to Recreational Math, although, these puzzles...
Law of Large Numbers states that the more times an experiment is performed the closer the Empirical Probability gets to the Theoretical Probability. This does not mean that ‘your number...