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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Free Online Math Worksheets
Image Source: http://www.findingdulcinea.com Need some practice on a Mathematics topic ? There are plenty of free practice questions on the Internet. Not only are they free, but they have answers available for checking your work. There are loads of great … Continue reading
Fibonacci Sequence in Music
Source: http://blog.themarkettoolbox.com To play music, we use our fingers, and the size of their joints actually forms a mathematical pattern called a “Fibonacci Sequence”. Leonardo Fibonacci, was born in the 12th century, and studied a sequence of numbers with a … Continue reading
Weight Training Mathematics
Image Source: http://sp.life123.com Suppose we want to do some weight training in the gym to help us with sport and be healthy. We might need to get a few things worked out first. How do we know how much weight … Continue reading
Free Online Math Tests Review
Image Source: http://www.monitoringsoftwareblog.com The Internet is an incredible resource for mathematics learning tools. And after we have done some learning, we need to test how much has been retained and properly understood. What better way to do this than to … Continue reading
Tsunami Mathematics
Image Source: http://millicentandcarlafran.files.wordpress.com In this lesson we look at the Mathematics associated with Tsunami Waves. During 2011, most of us viewed news reports of powerful and devastating Tsunami waves that were produced by a 9.0 magnitude Earthquake off the shore … Continue reading
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