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New HTML5 Game January 23, 2014

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Need to review linear functions? Try this HTML5 game on your iPad. #MathChat http://ow.ly/sPYFe

Video: Tutorials on Linear Equations in Standard Form December 5, 2013

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This is a video rendition of our set of 22 Tutorials on the topic of Linear Equations in Standard Form.

New Tutorials: Linear Equations in Standard Form December 5, 2013

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We just posted 22 new tutorials on the topic of converting Linear Equations in Standard Form to Slope-Intercept Form.

Click here to see the tutorials.

New Tutorials: Linear Equations in Standard Form December 5, 2013

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LinearEquationsStandardForm_Example-01

We just posted 22 new tutorials on the topic of converting Linear Equations in Standard Form to Slope-Intercept Form.

Click here to see the tutorials.

Video: Linear Equations in Standard Form December 5, 2013

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See a video version of our Brief Review PowerPoint. This Review focuses on Linear Equations in Standard Form.

 

Video: Linear Equations in Standard Form December 5, 2013

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See a video version of our Brief Review PowerPoint. This Review focuses on Linear Equations in Standard Form.

Diana Nyad’s Epic Swim September 4, 2013

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In our current issue of Math in the News we look at Diana Nyad’s remarkable swim from Havana to Key West, Florida. We analyze the time and distance covered and use that as an opportunity to explore Average Speed.

Average Speed results in a linear function, and is useful for describing overall motion. But it’s not as useful for describing motion at specific locations and times. So, we analyze the data generated from Nyad’s swim relative to the Average Speed. This provides an excellent opportunity to see how disparate data points are smoothed out by the Average Speed function.

We reproduce the Math in the News issue as a SlideShare Presentation here:

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