There’s so many ways you can count! See the interesting take on counting this week’s word problems have in store!
From navigation to fuel calculations, math is essential to sailing the sea
Ah, the romance of the sea. It beckons us from the time we’re young. Children play captain (or pirate), imagining swashbuckling adventures, colorful foreign ports and exotic new cultures. Young people typically abandon their dreams of the sea for more practical pursuits, but not Robert Quick.
When studying any school subject, math can often help you make the grade! History, science, English … try this week’s word problems to see how you can combine math with your favorite subjects to get the correct results!
What better way to “brush” up on your problem-solving skills than with this week’s word problems which are all about art!
Get ready to break some new world records with this week’s word problems! Let’s find out just how much, how big, or how fast your record would need to be in order to become the world’s next champion!
What better way to spend time at home with family than with a game night? This week’s word problems are all about using math to win at board games, so you’ll definitely want to practice these problems before your next big game night!
In the spring, we traditionally encourage parents to guard against the summer slide, in which children lose 2-3 months of the previous year’s math learning during the long summer break.
But this is hardly a traditional year.
“Statistics are the heart of democracy.”— Simeon Strunsky, essayist and editorialist, NYT 1944
In the information age, as the volume of digital and electronic data increases exponentially, the field of statistics is enjoying its heyday. In honor of Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month in April, it’s time to take a fresh look at statistics, which not only plays a pivotal role in modern society but is also a pretty great career choice!