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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Mathematics of the Melbourne Cup
Image Source: http://www.theepochtimes.com Bart Cummings is the “Cups King” – the horse trainer who has won more Melbourne Cup races than anyone. Long Live the King! In this lesson we look at some of the mathematics associated with Austrlia’s premier … Continue reading
Posted in Graphs, Math in the Real World, Percentages, Statistics
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Solving Equations – Onion Skin Methods
Image Source: http://s3.amazonaws.com If trying to solve math equations is driving you to tears, then “The Onion Skin” methods might help make your life a bit easier. It’s like a pair of goggles that will clear everything up for you, … Continue reading
Posted in Algebra, Equations, Equations One Step, Equations Three Step, Equations Two Step, How to Subscribe, Jobs that use Geometry, Math Applications, Math in Music
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Isometric Drawing and 3D Cubes
Image Source: http://benswift.com The above picture is a brilliant piece of computer art by Adobe Flash Programmer Ben Swift. Go to the following link to see this artwork running, and changing colour in Flash on your computer. (Does not work … Continue reading
Posted in Geometry, Online Math Games
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Sydney Harbour Bridge Mathematics
Image Copyright 2012 by Passy’s World of Mathematics The Sydney Harbour bridge is a magnificent structure of mathematical genius, located in what has to be the world’s most beautiful city. In this lesson we look at the mathematics associated with … Continue reading
Posted in Geometry, Graphs, Math in the Real World, Measurement, Parabolas, Sydney Harbour Bridge
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Traversable and Hub Networks
Image Source: http://flikie.s3.amazonaws.com Airports can sure get busy, but not to the extent of the above photoshopped masterpiece ! Airlines use “Hub Networks”, which are actually multiple Hub and Spoke structures that are interconnected to each other by multiple paths. … Continue reading
Posted in Geometry, Mathematics of Aircraft, Networks, Topology and Networks
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