Are you a little overwhelmed in your geometry class? Learn all about the geometry theorem proofs of the intercept theorem.
This math study guide on Fibonacci numbers explains the different examples of this number presented in nature.
Find a review of the how to find the perimeter of an area in this math study guide.
The theory of probability is used widely in scientific research and statistics. However, a totally theoretical approach to teaching the subject could be less interesting to the students. Probability lessons here will discuss some practical examples you can use while teaching the theory.
Students should know Roman numerals. Why? Well, Roman numerals are still used in ways (like on individual test questions, chapter numbers or watches). Don’t be confused any longer – learn how to read and write Roman numerals here!
Exam stress can literally paralyze a student and keep them from getting the grades they have studied for. Learn some simple stress management tips to face exams confidently.
Here’s a useful math lesson plan for teachers covering linear equations. You’ll find definitions and examples of how to solve problems that you can use with your students.
If you have a set of 52 playing cards, how many different possible arrangements are there with all of the cards? This is where the Permutation theory comes in…
In my childhood days, I was always afraid of Least Common Multiple and Greatest Common Factor. Well, now I am a math tutor and I have developed a simple method of explaining LCM. Don’t be afraid of math like I was!