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5 Movies to foster a love of Math

Feb 8, 2018

Who doesn’t love family movie night? At Mathnasium of Naperville we recommend including some movies with math themes in your family movie night mix. Our favorite family-friendly and inspiring math movies are based on true stories. The ones we c...

When should kids start learning math

Feb 6, 2018

Math is more than just addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication. Most math skills are so intuitive to adults that you might not even think of them as belonging to the same category as algebra or trigonometry. Kids start learning math mu...

Katherine Johnson-The NASA “Computer” who Broke Boundaries

Feb 1, 2018

NASA recognizes Katherine Johnson as a pioneering physicist and mathematician. She started at NASA as a “computer,” someone who did calculations. Katherine played an integral role in calculating the routes of many space missions, including to the ...

Largest Prime number discovered!

Jan 31, 2018

Using a computer powered by an off-the-shelf Intel Core i5-6600 processor, a FedEx employee from Tennessee has discovered the largest prime number known to humanity. At 23,249,425 digits long, it’s nearly a million digits longer than the previous ...

Sofia Kovalevskaya: The Girl Who Wouldn’t Give Up on Math

Jan 24, 2018

“It is impossible to be a mathematician without being a poet in soul.”  -Sofia Kovalevskaya We don’t often think of math as something that’s “dangerous” or “forbidden”; after all, what could be so dangerous about numbers?Russian-born Sofia Kova...

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