Happy New Year everyone. The Mathematics and Multimedia Carnival #6 has been posted at Great Maths Teaching Ideas. The next edition, the Math and Multimedia Carnival #7, will be hosted by Keeping Mathematics Simple on and will be posted on January 31, 2011. To submit blog to the seventh edition, click here. You may also want to […]

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# Monthly Archives: December 2010

## Introduction to Similarity

In layman’s language, we say that two objects are similar if, in some way, they share certain characteristics. For example, we can say that two flowers are similar if they have the same number of petals and they have the same color, although, they might be different flowers. Mathematically, similarity is quite different. In mathematics, […]

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## Steven Strogatz

Higher mathematics is always perceived as hieroglyphics by many — a language that can only be understood by experts. There are many gifted mathematicians, who can solve extremely difficult mathematical problems, but there are only a few who have the gift to communicate mathematics to the masses. One of the few mathematicians who has made […]

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