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Do you like math?

Jul 12, 2018

By Laura Pan When I teach students at Mathnasium I ask if they like math. It's a good place to start and probably not surprising that just a few respond with a definite yes. I caught a portion of the game show, Family Feud, in which contestants...

How A Love For Math Turned Into A Career In Venture Capital

Jun 14, 2018

By Christina Vuleta When Anarghya Vardhana, a principal at Maveron, was growing up, the most common language spoken in her house was math. Her father was an engineer and her grandfather, a math professor. That formed her dream of solving the Ri...

Today’s date corresponds to the golden ratio, pleasing to mind and eye.

Jun 1, 2018

by Scott Duke Kominers In certain circles, including some of the ones I travel in, there’s great excitement about today’s date. We won’t see its like again for another century. What makes today so special? The date -- 1/6/18 1 -- lines up wi...

Why do kids struggle with Geometry?

May 11, 2018

Geometry is the branch of mathematics that deals with the properties, measurement, and relations of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids.  In layman’s terms it is math applied to pictures.   Many people say it is creative rather than analyt...

Why do kids struggle with Algebra?

May 9, 2018

We’ve asked algebra teachers what skills they wish their students were better at coming into Algebra class? Their answers were always the same 3 skills: Multiplication facts, Fractions, and Integers.  So why are kids universally weak in these 3 ar...

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