The amount of water in a storage tank, in gallons, is modeled by a continuous function on the time interval 0 ≤ ?? ≤ 7, where ?? is measured in hours. In this model, rates are given as follows: (i)...

The amount of water in a storage tank, in gallons, is modeled by a continuous function on the time interval 0 ≤ ?? ≤ 7, where ?? is measured in hours. In this model, rates are given as follows: (i)...

I have tried this with multiple students and we all have slightly different variations due to the large number of terms. Can you offer the final answer so that we know which one 'got it'? The Math...

With our knowledge of science and mathematics can we one day really answer the ultimate question of why we are here on planet earth?

Hi math students :) When preparing for a mathematics tutoring session, try to have the following things at hand... Textbook (online or e-text) Syllabus, assignment, tips/hints/suggestions, answer sheet/key Class notes Pencils, pens, erasers, paper (graph paper, ruler, protractor) All necessary formulas, laws, tables, constants, etc. Calculator that you will use on tests Do... read more

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Reflecting on the message from the State Board of Education and State Superintendent of Public Instruction” it was in 1983 the report “A Nation at Risk, by the National Commission on Excellence in Education had brought to light “a rising tide of mediocrity” in the schools (Larson, 1997). This was when an era of education reform began. Larsen described the results of this reform was uneven, but... read more

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The MOST important skills that a student needs to master are: add/subtract/multiply/divide whole numbers, decimals, & fractions. If a student can do these most basic math operations, he/she will be fine in and out of school. When a student needs extra enrichment or practice, it is a great idea to purchase a workbook at Walmart, Office Depot, etc that is the grade level needed (higher... read more

The majority of teachers use events or facts to apply math and science to everyday life. Parents teach their kids these lessons at home. Take a step inside the child's shoes, and vision what they see. Learning the same techniques from home and school becomes redundant and eventually boring to the child. It can cause the child to loose interest and focus in their work. Become retroactive and productive... read more

HyperPhysics probably the best layout for a site containing physics equations, definitions and problems I've seen. HyperPhysics For more in depth information MIT posts a lot of it's course data (class notes, slides, chalkboard pictures and video). MIT Wolfram Alpha is an excellent resource for scientific searches, and solutions to mathematics problems. It describes itself as... read more

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The minute I walked into my student's home, he ran to get his wooden, green race car & beautiful trophy that he had won over the weekend. He placed 2nd out of his entire boy scout troop for having one of the best designed cars & for it's speed in finishing their race. He really talked fast & used correct sentences as he excitedly told me how he had drawn his sleek-looking race car,... read more

Probably the hardest thing about doing word problems is taking the words and translating them into a workable mathematical equation. For this reason many students fear and hate doing them. It can be confusing to know where to start and how to go about figuring out the answer. However, there are ways of breaking down a word problem that makes it clearer and easier to solve. The following is a list... read more

1.Distinguishing similarities vs. Differences Go over the titles of each lesson and be able to distinguish how they are different and similar. *How was yesterdays homework lesson different than today? *What is the difference between problems in each subsection of your homework? * How is this chapter related to and different from the previous chapter? 2. Be able to explain... read more

This winter, I was doing a bit of holiday shopping and happened upon a page-a-day calendar that uses puzzles called Ken-Ken. I had never heard of this, have you? Ken-Ken was designed by a Japanese math teacher, and it's kind of like Sudoku with scaffolding! It is also different from Sudoku in that you have to use math facts: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. I've been... read more