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Can Animals Count?

May 25, 2022 | St. Peter's North Blog

It is often said that understanding numbers is a distinct attribute of human intelligence - a characteristic that sets us apart from other animals and language. However, that's not true.   Honeybees count landmarks when navigating toward so..

How Is Math Used in Exercise?

May 18, 2022 | St. Peter's North Blog

Many aspects of our lives are dependent on math. No matter what your occupation is, there are aspects of your daily operation that require calculations. Today we will be focusing on the mathematical mechanisms within the exercise.     D..

Vedic Math Tricks

May 11, 2022 | St. Peter's North Blog

Vedic math is a system of mathematics that was designed and published by Indian Hindu monk and mathematician, Jagadguru Shri Bharathi Krishna Tirthaji between A.D. 1911 and 1918.    Vedic math, more commonly known as mental mathematics, is..

Different lines in math

May 4, 2022 | St. Peter's North Blog

Lines are the building blocks of geometry. Lines are 2D objects, with no width, that can stretch on indefinitely, or join together with other lines to create shapes. There are many different lines to memorize and understand perpendicular, horizontal, etc...

Mathnasium COVID-19 in center precautions

May 10, 2020 | St. Peter's North Blog

We take the safety of our instructors and students very seriously. Our staff is being cautious and trying to stay away from situations that might exposue them to the virus. We will not come in if we are exposed or not feeling well. We request the same fro..

Welcome to Mathnasium of St Peters North's @home Online Tutoring

Mar 26, 2020 | St. Peter's North Blog

Dear Enrolled Parent, Thank you for becoming a member of the Mathnasium of St Peters North family and our online instruction option, Mathnasium @home.  Mathnasium @home gives us the power to provide real-time face-to-face Math instr..

Mathnasium @ Home Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Mar 26, 2020 | St. Peter's North Blog

Q&A collection for  parents and  guardians that  explains  details on Mathnasium@Home, the  online  platform for learning Math in the way that makes sense to students. What is Mathnasium@Home? Mathnasium @home is an O..

Word Problem Wednesday 9-19-18

Sep 19, 2018 | St. Peter's North Blog

Question: Anna builds a snowman out of 3 big snowballs. The first snowball weighs 48 pounds. The second snowball weighs 1/2 as much as the first. The third snowball weighs 2/3 as much as the second. How much does the snowman weigh in total? Answer:&nbs..

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