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# Maurizio T.

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Many students I worked with tend to think that many notions they learn in mathematics are just that, notions and have little or no utility in real life situations. So, I like to give them problems, where they need first to derive their own equation or system of equations and then solve it. Here is a funny problem that never fails to surprise students: at first they feel lost for it sounds... read more

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In answering questions for the quantitative section of the GRE, it is paramount to be able to use smart approaches to avoid brute force calculations and to use as little time as possible that can be spared for other questions. The use of calculators, while not forbidden, should be limited to the bare essentials, i.e. almost never. Here is an interesting example to explain my point: Which... read more

The distributive property is easy to show in a simple example which, if used, allows people to do reasonably complicated computations in their head without any need to write them down. Let's say someone asks you to compute 15*22. Well you can treat this as 15*22 = 15*(20+2) = 15*20+15*2...

Sun, Laplace transforms are used to solve initial-value problems given b n-th order linear differential equations with constant coefficients. In your case n=2. If L indicates the Laplace transform operator, we can write the assigned equation as L(y'') - L(y') -6L(y) = L(0). I am sure...

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