Year 2015 in Review – The Most Popular Multimedia Posts

I have always promoted Multimedia materials in this blog particularly the free ones and I think this year, I am particularly very happy with the new additions in the repertoire of software. I have started using GeoGebra for Android phones which has been released recently. According to GeoGebra, iOS and Windows versions will follow soon.

I have also started using Wolfram Alpha for iOS, and although this is not free (it’s $2.99), I am very happy with it.

Aside from these tools, here are some of the multimedia software and apps and some tutorials about them.

Year 2015 in Review – The Most Popular Multimedia Posts

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Year 2015 in Review – The Most Popular Math Posts

It’s the end of the year again! A lot of things has happened this year including the death of brilliant mathematician John Nash.

It has always been a tradition to look at the popular posts at the end of the year, so let’s look at what we have learned in 2015.

Year 2015 – Most Popular Math Posts

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August 2013 – The Most Popular Posts

It’s the first day of September and  the breeze is getting cold, but it is still warm during the afternoon here in the Philippines.

September is the beginning of the “ber” months, a sign that Christmas is near. While enjoying the first cold breeze, you might want to explore the most popular posts for the month of August. As you can probably observe, I’m going back to the basics. I have been posting articles that are quite beyond high school mathematics which is the scope of this blog. Expect more basic mathematics and tutorial posts in the months to come.

The Most Popular Posts

  1. Proof that Out of 6 Persons Either 3 are Friends or 3 are Strangers
  2. Aristotle’s Theory on the Mathematics of Rainbows
  3. Math Misconception: Incorrect Real Number System Diagram
  4. How to Play and Enjoy the Dots and Boxes iPad App
  5. Fractions with Terminating and Non-Terminating Decimal Representations
  6. Who is the greatest mathematician?
  7. Math Trick 4: A Shortcut on Multiplying Numbers by 13
  8. Math Teachers at Play 65: Teach, Learn and Enjoy
  9. Dodgem Cars: A Pretty Interesting Abstract Game

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