
By admin, on June 29th, 2010
Tweet By year 4 children should be confident enough to count on in steps of 50 or 25. This can be useful when using money or length. Here we have a straightforward free maths worksheet that looks at counting in these steps. Some of the counting on in fifties start with multiples of 50 but the [...] . . . → Read More: Free maths worksheet: Counting in steps of 25 and 50
By Duncan, on June 28th, 2010
Tweet Algebra is one of the most essential courses students learn during their life. Although learning algebra is considered challenging, there are a lot of students taking this course of study. A lot of individuals are not even really sure what is involved in algebra but it is not terrible as a lot of [...] . . . → Read More: Knowing Algebra
By Duncan, on June 27th, 2010
Tweet What is Algebra? Mathematics has long been one of the most terrifying subjects in American schools. While in other countries graduate children excel in mathematics, most of the average high school age students in the United States scratch their heads when presented with questions about converting fractions to decimals, converting measures and units, resolving nonlinear inequalities, [...] . . . → Read More: Be an Algebra Brain
By Duncan, on June 27th, 2010
Tweet Algebra as a Science Algebra is considered a fundamental arm of mathematics which puts the light on how to deal with all situations involving numbers and variables. By Nature and historically, there is so much to articulate about teaching and studying of Algebra as a generalized arithmetic which goes through systematic mathematical procedures such as induction, [...] . . . → Read More: How can you Apply Algebra?
By Duncan, on June 26th, 2010
Tweet Algebra is one of the most profound and superior branches of maths. Although at beginning it may look to just fly over your head, a lot exercising helps students to understand the subject area. One has to keep studying this subject field at higher educational stages like college, thus it is important to create a [...] . . . → Read More: The Algebra Benefit
By Duncan, on June 26th, 2010
Tweet Algebra is a powerful concept in Mathematics, which deals with equations, inequalities, fractions and expressions. Being one of the main sections of mathematics, it forms an integral part of elementary education. Concepts in combinatorial mathematics, variables, polynomials and factorization are the main areas which algebra deals with. As you move along advance algebraic equations, you [...] . . . → Read More: Can Algebra be Useful?
By Duncan, on June 25th, 2010
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By admin, on June 25th, 2010
Tweet There are some definite dos and don’ts when it comes to multiplying decimals ‘in your head’. To multiply by 10 move each digit one place to the left, including tenths to the units, if necessary. To multiply by 100 move each digit two places to the right. The big don’t is to think that ‘add a nought’ is [...] . . . → Read More: Maths worksheet: Multiply decimals
By Duncan, on June 24th, 2010
Tweet Algebra is an essential concept in Mathematics, which deals with equations, inequalities, fractions and expressions. Being one of the major sections of mathematics, it forms an inherent part of elementary education. Concepts in combinatorial mathematics, variables, polynomials and factorization are the main areas which algebra deals with. Advanced algebra also deals with symbolic representations and [...] . . . → Read More: Algebra – a Wonderful Science
By Duncan, on June 24th, 2010
Tweet What is Algebra? Maths has long been one of the most scary subjects in American schools. Although students in other countries graduate with excellence in maths, most of the average high school age pupils in the United States scratch their heads when presented questions about converting fractions to decimals, converting measures and units, solving radical inequalities, [...] . . . → Read More: Is Algebra Really Important?

