Month in Review – June 2012
It’s a rainy Friday morning here in Metro Manila. Before I prepare breakfast, here are the Mathematics and Multimedia posts for June 2012 in case you missed some.
- 10 Reasons Why Mathematics Teachers Should Blog
- GeoGebra introduces Chrome App
- An Open Letter to New Teachers
- A Proof that the Vertex Angle Sum of a Pentagram is 180 degrees
- GeoGebra launches official blog and more
- 7 Extraordinary Mathematicians You Should Know About
- Visualizing the Difference of Two Squares
- Triangular Numbers and the Sum of the First n Positive Integers
- Millenium Prize Problems: Problems Worth $1M Each
- A Mathematician’s Lament
- Where is the Nobel Prize in Mathematics?
- Deceptive and Misleading Mathematical Patterns
- Why is the slope of a vertical line undefined?
- Mathematical Proofs Galore
- Embedding Wolfram Demonstrations
- FooPlot: An Easy to Use Online Graphing Tool
- Prime or Not: Determining Primes Through Square Root
- Mathematical Proofs Without Words: What are they?
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