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  1. tj
    June 25, 2015 @ 10:27 am

    how the above image is converted from English to Maths


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    October 18, 2016 @ 9:38 am

    I am amazed that how the above phrase of English been converted into mathematical equation . I Didn’t understand yet . But i am gonna read the article again so that i can find the solution .


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    February 13, 2017 @ 9:31 am

    The attainment of good math skills has been identified as one of the major goals of the American educational system. However, according to data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), there is great disparity between the levels of math literacy for students with disabilities when compared to the results for students without disabilities.


  4. Ken
    October 12, 2017 @ 11:32 pm

    We must be careful with that word "language". The only true languages on earth are the spoken languages that children learn in the home. Written languages are essentially a form of technology (you must use some sort of technology – pencil and paper for example – to produce anything in a written language). Mathematics is one of these written languages, as is music. We must avoid trying to teach math as though it were a spoken language. It isn’t. It’s a technology. The great thing about math is that it builds up from fundamentals. My university Calculus textbook began with a chapter on arithmetic and number lines. In the same style, math education must begin with a solid grounding in arithmetic. Students must be able to instantly evaluate simple sums and products before they can hope to be comfortable with fractions, for example. They should also have a firm grasp of geometry before they can proceed to functions and other subjects that combine aritmetic and geometry.


  5. Jash
    January 9, 2018 @ 4:35 pm

    Every comment in here has missed the purpose of this post. And frankly I think they’re great examples of what mathematics as a whole has missed in society. The mythical name for this missing piece in our educational foundation can be many, but one is "discrete mathematics". Which yes, is just as much a language as any spoken because it is syntactically sound in speech. It is the school of logic. For example, the right side of the image isn’t an exact translation so much as a logical form that allows the left side to be considered true.
    "In the set containing b1, b2, b3 there exists a form such that b1<b2<b3."
    Not an absolute translation, but the elements are implicitly time in this comparison.

    I’d love to see more activity like this on this blog. Mathematics is passion that I painfully ignored for almost a decade.


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