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Quantity – The Series
In this series, we take a leisurely look at quantities of different kinds. It is rather interesting to find out that there are more than one kind of number, based on what operations make sense to perform on them. For … Continue reading
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Math in the Comics: The Series
In this series, I have collected comic strips that reveal, whether intentionally or unintentionally, something interesting about how our culture views mathematics and mathematics learning. Here are the entries thus far: 1 – a Foxtrot comic on solving equations. For … Continue reading
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