This lesson adds quarters to our dimes, nickels and pennies. Read more: youtube.com ...

# Tag: math

## Math 3 – Practice 4.7.4 – Modeling: Riding the Circular WaveMath 3 – Practice 4.7.4 – Modeling: Riding the Circular Wave

Here we graph the elevation of a Ferris Wheel through time, creating a sine/cosine curve (sinusoidal curve). Read more: youtube.com ...

## Math 3 – Practice 4.1.4 – Multiplying PolynomialsMath 3 – Practice 4.1.4 – Multiplying Polynomials

Here we compare the area of a flat square/rectangle with the surface area of a box, after cutting out the ...

## Math 3 – Practice 3.6.4 – Transformation of Parent FunctionsMath 3 – Practice 3.6.4 – Transformation of Parent Functions

Here we graph and write f(x) equals a(x – h)^2 + k, Read more: youtube.com ...

## Math 2: Modeling with Similarity Theorems – Practice 2.7.4Math 2: Modeling with Similarity Theorems – Practice 2.7.4

Here we apply the Angle Angle Similarity Theorem to set up similar triangles, and find the height of a mountain. ...

## Math 3: Practice 2.1.4 – Viral VideosMath 3: Practice 2.1.4 – Viral Videos

This assignment covers the explicit formula (nth term formula) and sum formula for a geometric (exponential) sequence/series. Read more: youtube.com ...

## Math 3 – Practice 1.6.4 – Pendulums and BridgesMath 3 – Practice 1.6.4 – Pendulums and Bridges

This lesson is for our second semester APEX course, Practice 1.6.4. Read more: youtube.com ...

## To the brain, reading computer code is not the same as reading languageTo the brain, reading computer code is not the same as reading language

In some ways, learning to program a computer is similar to learning a new language. It requires learning new symbols ...

## Finding the true potential of algorithmsFinding the true potential of algorithms

Each semester, Associate Professor Virginia Vassilevska Williams tries to impart one fundamental lesson to her computer-science undergraduates: Math is the ...

## Unit Rates – Lesson 4.1 (Go Math!)Unit Rates – Lesson 4.1 (Go Math!)

This lesson uses unit rates to compare ratios. Read more: youtube.com ...