Quarter in Review – The Most Popular Posts

It’s the beginning of the third quarter — time flies fast indeed. Let us go back to the most popular posts from of the second quarter of 2014.

1.) How Mathematics is Used In Pixar
2.) How to Use Latex on Facebook
3.) How to Scientifically Cut a Cake
4.) Understanding Hilbert’s Grand Hotel Paradox
5.) Primo: A Mathematics Board Game About Prime Numbers
6.) How Probability Can Be Used to Design Games of Chance
7.) The Beauty of Tessellations
8.) Create Latex Documents with Lyx
9.) A Fascinating Introductory Video to Mathematical Proofs
10.) Create Latex Documents with Lyx

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2012 Quarter 3 in Review – The Most Popular Posts

It’s the end of the quarter again and it’s review time for this quarter’s most popular posts. Before the list, let me invite you to visit the new Mathematical Proof page.   The page contains all the proof-related posts from this blog.

The Most Shared Posts

  1. Handwrite and Solve Math Equations with Web Equation
  2. 11 Mathematical Proof Techniques Liberal Arts Majors Should Know
  3. Gooru: A New Online Learning Site Worth Trying
  4. Teaching Math Like a Boss
  5. Math Word Problems: Solving Age Problems Part 1
  6. Approximating Square Root of Numbers by Averaging
  7. Apple and the Golden Ratio?

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Quarter in Review – The Most Popular Posts

It’s almost the end of the first quarter of 2012. It’s a very busy week, so no time to write this week. Anyway, in case you missed reading some articles, here are the most popular posts for this quarter.

The Most Popular Posts

  1. An Intriguing Number Pattern Problem
  2. Math and Multimedia Carnival 19
  3. Using Area to Prove the Arithmetic-Geometric Mean
  4. 500 Math Ebooks — Downloadable and Free
  5. Heart Graph for the Mathematically In Love
  6. The GeoGebra 4.0 Tutorials List
  7. The Microsoft Mathematics Tutorial Series
  8. Divisibility by 7 and its Proof
  9. Proof that log 2 is an irrational number
  10. Using Latex in Gmail
  11. The Mathematics of Leap Years Explained
  12. Constructing Open-ended Math Problems
  13. Proof by Contradiction: Knights and Liars
  14. Microsoft Mathematics Tutorial 1 – The User Interface
  15. Diagonals of a Parallelogram » Read more