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Good luck to students collecting O Level results
Good luck to all students receiving their O Level results tomorrow, 12 Jan!
The Mystery of the Sine of Nines, and a Math Olympiad question whose answer is 2015
Here are some of the latest updates back on http://mathtuition88.blogspot.com. These two are highly recommended to view: The Mystery of the Sine of Nines, and a Math Olympiad question whose answer is 2015. AES: Advanced Encryption Standard Using Computer to … Continue reading
Building a strong career in Internet Marketing
Hope this post is useful for students considering studying marketing in the future! Building a strong career in Internet Marketing If you want to break into the internet marketing field, there’s no time like the present. According to research, the … Continue reading
Free Career Analysis (With Prizes to be Won)
Free Career Analysis (With Prizes to be Won): Are you a Careerist, Entrepreneur, Harmoniser, Idealist, Hunter, Internationalist, or Leader? Find out by doing this Free Career Analysis by renowned survey company Universum: http://uledge.co/ambWWCY Thanks a lot for your help! You … Continue reading
Free JavaScript App to split text every few characters
This is a simple JavaScript application to split characters every few characters, separated by a comma. Useful to make long strings more easy to read. Site: http://mathtuition88.blogspot.sg/2015/01/javascriptapplicationtosplittext.html This is a simple JavaScript application that can split text every “n” characters, … Continue reading
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Math Formula in WordPress vs Blogspot
Refering to How to write Math Formulas on Blogspot / Blogger, Blogspot is also capable of rendering beautiful Math Equations based on LaTeX. Blogger uses MathJax for rendering the Math Formulas, which look like the ones shown above. Let’s try the … Continue reading
Tuition News: Tuition for toddlers – necessary or over the top?
Originally posted on Tuition Database Singapore:
Source: https://sg.news.yahoo.com/blogs/whatisbuzzing/tuitionfortoddlers%E2%80%93necessaryoroverthetop053116125.html AFP News/AFP File Photo – File Photo of Children attending preschool/kindergarten ? As his tutor flashed one flashcard after another to him, little Gabriel Tan glanced longingly towards the door. A sharp look…
Fourier Series Videos
These are some Fourier Series (learnt in University Maths courses) videos from YouTube. Very interesting and enlightening! The gist of the theory of Fourier Series is that a function (periodic) can be expressed as an infinite sum of sine and/or cosine functions. … Continue reading
What Maths do Engineers Learn: Singapore Engineering Maths (University) Tuition
Some of the Maths topics that Engineering Students need to learn are: Fourier Series Laplace Transform Total and Partial Differentiation Line Integral All the above topics are rather challenging and deep. Fortunately, for most engineering students, application of the theorems … Continue reading
System of Equations Solver App / Widget
Just to test out this amazing System of Equations Widget by Wolfram Alpha: It works! 🙂 Featured book: Linear Algebra For Dummies An easytofollow guide to practical, realworld applications of linear algebra Linear algebra is a branch of mathematics that … Continue reading
25 HighPaying Jobs For People Who Hate Math
Although this is a math site, we just want to show that there is still much hope for those who really dislike math! The catch is this: even though the jobs below do not require math skills, to enter the … Continue reading
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How are 3D cartoons made? (Hint: Math!)
Check out this very interesting video on how Pixar makes 3D Movies using Math. If you are a fan of Pixar cartoons, you must watch this! Eigenanalysis, a branch of Math mentioned in the video, seems to be related to … Continue reading
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College pays students for getting a ‘C’ in math
Interesting idea. Definitely a motivation for most students! Source: http://www.campusreform.org/?ID=6058 Hillsborough Community College will pay up to $1,800 in cash to students who make a C or higher in three semesters of math classes. Students also have the to win free … Continue reading
254A announcement: Analytic prime number theory
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In the winter quarter (starting January 5) I will be teaching a graduate topics course entitled “An introduction to analytic prime number theory“. As the name suggests, this is a course covering many of…
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Math Olympiad Question: Sum of powers of two
Is there a number that is a sum of two powers of 2, and ends with 3 zeros? The answer is yes! For example, =14474011154664524427946373126085988481658748083205070504932198000989141205000 How about n zeroes? Check out last month’s problem of the month at: http://www.fen.bilkent.edu.tr/~cvmath/Problem/problem.htm Question: http://www.fen.bilkent.edu.tr/~cvmath/Problem/1409q.pdf Solution: http://www.fen.bilkent.edu.tr/~cvmath/Problem/1410a.pdf Featured … Continue reading
Buy yourself a present! (and a mysterious Christmas Math Equation)
It has been a long 2014, yet time flies so quickly, and we are about to end this marvelous year. Regardless of how the beginning of the year went, it is now time to reward yourself! Check out the amazing … Continue reading
Exams are over! Book disproves evolution using Math!
Finally, after an arduous year, the exams are over (in Singapore). 🙂 It is now time for a period of rest and relaxation, to get ready for 2015, where everything starts again. Students who are looking for an early headstart … Continue reading
Are you a Careerist, Entrepreneur, Harmoniser, Idealist, Hunter, Internationalist, or Leader?
Are you a Careerist, Entrepreneur, Harmoniser, Idealist, Hunter, Internationalist, or Leader? Find out by doing this Free Career Analysis by renowned survey company Universum: http://uledge.co/ambWWCY Thanks a lot for your help! You will also benefit by finding out your Career … Continue reading
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Tips on Resume Writing
Writing a resume is an important skill, both for students (applying for scholarships) and adults (applying for jobs). Check out this article on how to write a good resume! 🙂 Resume checklist for beginners – How to write your resume … Continue reading
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Curious Number Pattern (O Level standard)
Recently, a reader of our blog asked the following question: Hi May I request your help in solving this number pattern? 7/8, 2/3, 1/2, 4/11, 1/4, ? , ? Thanks and best regards This is indeed a tricky and curious question. … Continue reading
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Recommended IB Math Books
The IB programme is gaining popularity throughout the world. In Singapore, some schools offer the IB Programme instead of the A Levels, most notably being ACS (International). The IB Mathematics definitely has some interesting topics, including Number Theory, Graph Theory, … Continue reading
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Math/Logic Puzzle
Q: What parking number is the car parked in? Need to have a flexible mindset to solve this 🙂 Sourced from: http://blog.tanyakhovanova.com/ Featured book: Match Wits With Mensa: The Complete Quiz Book
Best Rubik’s Cube (Cheap and Good) — The Dayan Zhanchi?
The Rubik’s Cube is a famous puzzle, that is related to Math and Group Theory. (See this free introduction by MIT on the The Mathematics of the Rubik’s Cube) Recently, I am thinking of buying a new Rubik’s Cube, and searched … Continue reading
Looking for a reliable Tuition Agency?
Looking for a reliable Tuition Agency? Its the holiday period now, and many parents are looking to find a tutor for the next academic year. Please look no further, as Startutor is the best tuition agency in Singapore, winning hands … Continue reading
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Interesting articles about Grade Inflation and Math
Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2014/10/23/abroaderproblemthanuncsscandalgradeinflation/ The scandal at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is principally about academic dishonesty. But it highlights an institutional failure at almost all American colleges that dissuades students from pursuing the best career possible. Some academic departments systematically inflate … Continue reading
How to join 9 Dots using 4 Lines? (Advanced Version)
This is a humorous math comic based on the popular brainteaser: How do we join 9 dots using 4 lines? (Hint: Think out of the box. See the solution here: Answer) However, Spiked Math has added a new twist to the … Continue reading
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The Math of Ebola
Source: http://www.npr.org/blogs/goatsandsoda/2014/09/18/349341606/whythemathoftheebolaepidemicissoscary In the past week, world leaders have started using a mathematical term when they talk about the Ebola epidemic in West Africa. “It’s spreading and growing exponentially,” President Obama said Tuesday. “This is a disease outbreak that is advancing in … Continue reading
The Making of a Mile of Pi – Numberphile
This guy (from the Youtube channel Numberphile) actually printed a million digits of Pi! Check out how long the piece of paper actually is! Longer Version (30 minutes): Featured book: Math Bytes: Google Bombs, ChocolateCovered Pi, and Other Cool Bits in … Continue reading
Topics coming out for A Maths Paper 2
Recently, the A Maths Paper 2 just finished (today), and the A Maths Paper 2 is hot on its heels, coming tomorrow! Usually, topics tested in Paper 1 will most likely not come out again in Paper 2, so students doing … Continue reading
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Undergraduate Level Math Book Recommendations
Highly Recommended Math Books for University Self Study Recently, a viewer of my website asked if I was able to suggest any undergraduate level university textbooks for self study that follows the university curriculum. Selfstudy is challenging but not impossible. … Continue reading
Career Type Survey
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Python Math Programming
Recently, I am thinking of learning the Python language for Math programming. An advantage for using Python for Math Programming (e.g. testing out some hypothesis about numbers), is that the Python programming language theoretically has no largest integer value that it can … Continue reading
Pick’s Theorem Proof (Video)
This is an excellent video I found on Youtube by Professor Wildberger on the proof of Pick’s Theorem. It is easy enough for a high school student to understand! Pick’s Theorem is a formula which gives the area of a … Continue reading
Educational Math Cartoons at whyu.org
Are you looking for Educational Math Cartoon Videos? Recently I came upon this site http://www.whyu.org/, which is funded by the Goldman Charitable Foundation in partnership with the University of Central Florida. These videos are designed to be used as collateral material for … Continue reading
Math Olympiad Integer Sequence Question
Check out this interesting Math Olympiad Integer Sequence Question! (September 2014 Math Problem of the Month) Main Page: http://www.fen.bilkent.edu.tr/~cvmath/Problem/problem.htm Question: http://www.fen.bilkent.edu.tr/~cvmath/Problem/1408q.pdf Solution: http://www.fen.bilkent.edu.tr/~cvmath/Problem/1409a.pdf Featured book: Fifty Lectures for American Mathematics Competitions: Volume 2 While the books in this series are primarily designed … Continue reading
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Thanks for reading our blog Mathtuition88.com. We are also on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mathtuition88 Twitter: https://twitter.com/mathtuition88 Google+: Mathtuition88 If you are a subscriber, thanks for your support! We will continue our mission of blogging interesting articles on Mathematics! Featured book: Coding the Matrix: Linear … Continue reading
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Gmail iOS update adds iPhone 6 support and a math joke
Just to share, interesting Math Joke by Google Gmail! Source: http://www.techradar.com/news/software/applications/gmailiosupdateaddsiphone6supportandamathjoke1267982 You may need to brush up on your math if it seems odd to you that Google just updated the iOS Gmail app to version 3.1415926. But Google is definitely … Continue reading
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Confused About What to Do After 12th Standard? So, your +2 level exams are over, and you are looking forward to join a college, but you do not really know which stream to choose. You, inevitably, have different people in … Continue reading
Why do Exterior Angles add up to 360 degrees?
Source: http://www.fromquarkstoquasars.com/20gifsthatteachyouscienceconceptsbetterthanyourteacherprobablycan/ This is the real reason why exterior angles of a polygon add up to 360 degrees! If you shrink the polygon (which doesn’t affect the sum of exterior angles), the exterior angles eventually meet at a point, and the … Continue reading
Universum Survey (Please help to do!)
Thanks for being a loyal reader of Mathtuition88.com! Do you want to know which employer is the most suitable for you? Please help to do this survey at: http://uledge.co/ambWWCY Alternate URL: https://surveys.universumglobal.com/markets/singapore/distributions/ambWWCY It is a Career Test by Universum. Participate to reveal your … Continue reading
Love Math Graphs!
How to remember graphs? Many students have a hard time remembering how graphs look like. Here is a humorous cartoon (suitable for Valentine’s Day) on how some graphs look like! Remember, Maths is not just about exams, homework, or getting … Continue reading
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The Three Square Geometry Problem – Numberphile
Watch this interesting video about the “Three Square Geometry Problem”! Theoretically, a fifthgrader or P5/PSLE student can solve it! The featured solution is truly brilliant and requires one to “think out of the box”. Featured book: Tutor in a Book’s … Continue reading
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Stable Marriage Problem – Numberphile
This is an interesting problem in the topic of combinatorics and graph theory. It can be phrased in the context of arranging stable marriages. Nice animation and clear explanation! Watch part 2 too for the mathematical explanation. Featured book: A … Continue reading
A Math Formulas Not in the Formula Sheet
Are you looking for a list of A Maths (O Level Additional Maths) Formulae that is not found in the formula list? Check it out at https://mathtuition88.com/mathnotesworksheetssale/ The PDF file above contains A Maths Formulae on Algebra, Geometry & Trigonometry, … Continue reading
SG Education News: Even Saudis are learning Singapore way of Teaching
Saudis learning the Singapore way of teaching Straits Times Since last October, the National Institute of Education (NIE) has taken leadership trainers from the kingdom under its wing, training them in curriculum … All 300 places at The Straits Times’ first … Continue reading
Welcome to the Teach100 community!
Recently, I added the Maths Blog to the Teach100 website. Glad to know that the blog has been approved! “Thank you for submitting Singapore Maths Tuition to the Teach100! Your blog has been approved and is currently ranked at #427 … Continue reading
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