DaMath is a math board game coined from the word dama, a Filipino checker game, and mathematics. It was invented by Jesus Huenda, a high school teacher from Sorsogon, Philippines. It became very popular in the 1980s and until now played in many schools in the Philippines. DaMath can be used to practice the four […]

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# High School Mathematics

## Guest Post: Calculating Trignometric Values

Many students who start to learn Trigonometry often ask themselves how do we come to know that or or for that matter any other trigonometric value? Most of us would say use a trigonometric table or use a scientific calculator and you get the value. That’s okay, but the question still remains unanswered. How does […]

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## Book of Proof: A Very Good Introductory Book to Mathematical Proofs

Two weeks ago, I finished reading Book of Proof (link goes to Amazon) by Professor Richard Hammack, and so far, it was the best book that I have read about introduction to mathematical proofs. I recommend this book to high school students who are interested in pursuing a mathematics degree, to college students who are […]

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