It’s the first edition of the Month in Review for the year 2013. Below are the most popular posts for the first month of 2013 in terms of the number of shares. 6 Awesome Sites for Learning Number Properties Ted Talk: Robert Lang on the Mathematics and Magic of Origami 14 Useful Sites on Paper […]

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# Monthly Archives: January 2013

## Curve Sketching 4: Identifying Oblique Asymptotes

In the previous post in this series, we have learned about asymptotes. horizontal asymptote and vertical asymptote. We continue this series by discussing oblique asymptotes in this post. An oblique asymptote is an asymptote that is not vertical and not horizontal. We need to know these types of asymptotes to sketch graphs especially rational functions. A […]

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## Ted Talk: Robert Lang on the Mathematics and Magic of Origami

In the previous post, I have shared to you sites about origami or paper folding. Aside from these resources, I have also posted several examples of using it in the classroom. Several of these examples are introduction to the notion of proof, and getting the square root and cube root of a number. In addition, I […]

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