Since I started this blog, I developed a habit of drawing my illustrations in bright colors. Recently, In my most recent post, I have generated colored Latex to hopefully further illuminate mathematical ideas. In this post, I am going to teach you how to generate it for your blog or website.
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As of this writing, I believe that WordPress does not yet support colored Latex, so we will use Codecogs.com latex generator. Here is a sample output of the colored latex generated from the mentioned site. » Read more
This is the continuation of the previous post on solving number problems. In this post, I will give three more examples on how to solve word problems about numbers.
One number is smaller than the other by . Their sum is . What is the smaller number?
In the previous post, we talked about two numbers, one is being larger than the other. In this problem, the other number is smaller. If a number is , and the other number is smaller than it, then that number is . So, in the problem above, if we let be the number, then is the smaller number. Again, their sum is , so we can now set up the equation » Read more
I found a new plugin that adds the number of shares (Tweets, Facebook likes, and Google+ plus 1’s) and I thought that I should share to you last year’s most shared posts. Below are the 7 most popular posts with their corresponding number of shares.
- 10 Ways to Think Like a Mathematician
- 15 Reasons Why GeoGebra is Successful
- What are GeoGebraists?
- The Mathematician’s Clock
- 8 Free Online Math Graphing Tools
- 25 Signs You’re a Future Mathematician
- Ben Goldacre on Bad Statistics