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Solar Eclipse

Aug 19, 2017

Three times scientists learned something from solar eclipses—and three times they were tricked By Giorgia Guglielmi Next Monday’s solar eclipse, which should be visible across a wide swath of the continental United States, has inspired milli...

“A Good Teacher is a Good Teacher for Anything that They Know”

Aug 15, 2017

Mathnasium’s Chief Educational Officer Larry Martinek appreciates great teachers! Larry is a teacher himself, having taught math for almost 30 years in L.A. City schools before co-founding Mathnasium in 2002. After all those years spent in the tre...

Study reveals the hidden ways math helps us in everyday life

Jul 12, 2017

by Jeff Grabmeier A psychological intervention implemented to help students cope and learn more in a tough statistics course did more than just help them in the class, a new study found. Researchers found the intervention helped students imp...

A focus on quadratic equations

May 2, 2017

Oxford researchers are taking part in an international study to film the teaching of quadratic equations for secondary school pupils. The hope is that lessons will be learned on how to bring out the best in pupils learning about mathematics. En...

An Engineer, a Physicist, and a Mathematician Build a Fence

Mar 3, 2017

By Jay Bennett This riddle is more of a traditional riddle than the logic puzzles we have been featuring primarily, but it still involves some geometry, so brush up on those equations. Problem A farmer challenges an engineer, a physic...

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