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Princeton Professor Predicts 99% Chance for Hillary Clinton to Win
Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/samwangprincetonelectionconsortiumpollhillaryclintondonaldtrumpvictorya7399671.html A survey from the Princeton Election Consortium has found that Hillary Clinton has a 99 per cent chance of winning the election over Donald Trump. Three days before the election, Ms Clinton has a projected 312 electoral votes, compared to … Continue reading
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Donald Trump’s Answer to Math Question: 2+2=?
Source: http://www.attn.com/stories/6407/georgetakeiimpersonatesdonaldtrump Question: What is 2+2? Answer: “I have to say a lot of people have been asking this question. No, really. A lot of people come up to me and they ask me. They say, ‘What’s 2+2’? And I tell … Continue reading
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The Boy With The Incredible Brain – Autism Math Documentary
This is the breathtaking story of Daniel Tammet. A twentysomething with extraordinary mental abilities, Daniel is one of the world’s few savants. He can do calculations to 100 decimal places in his head, and learn a language in a week. … Continue reading
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PISA 2012: Shanghai VS Singapore
Source: http://edition.cnn.com/2013/12/03/world/asia/pisaeducationstudy/ Shanghai teens top international education ranking, OECD says By Sophie Brown, CNN December 3, 2013 — Updated 2051 GMT (0451 HKT) (CNN) — When it comes to mathematics, reading and science, young people in Shanghai are the best … Continue reading
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Math, Science, Reading Scores Show U.S. Schools Slipping Behind
Source: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/extra/features/us/julydec10/education_1210.html Math, Science, Reading Scores Show U.S. Schools Slipping Behind Posted: December 10, 2010 PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION: PDF The United States received a stark wakeup call this week with the release of international test results showing students in other … Continue reading
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Performing well in math is generally a result of hard work, not innate skill
Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jordanlloydbookey/gettingadinmathandth_b_4220609.html Recently, I read this article in The Atlantic about the myth of being innately “bad at math,” and how performing well in math is generally a result of hard work, not innate skill. By all accounts, I should … Continue reading
The ‘I’m bad at math’ myth
Source: http://www.dallasnews.com/opinion/sundaycommentary/20131108theimbadatmathmyth.ece?nclick_check=1 For high school math, inborn talent is much less important than hard work, preparation and selfconfidence. How do we know this? First of all, both of us have taught math for many years — as professors, teaching assistants … Continue reading
Good night’s sleep adds up to better exam results – especially in maths
To all students taking Maths exams, do have a good night’s sleep before the exam! Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/5486844/Goodnightssleepaddsuptobetterexamresultsespeciallyinmaths.html Researchers found that higher scores were related to greater sleep quality, especially less awakenings rather than the actual length of time asleep. The … Continue reading
NUS Maths Alumnus Dr Yeo Sze Ling mentioned in National Day Rally 2013
Ad: Maths Group Tuition available in 2014 Dr Yeo Sze Ling is sincerely a good example of perseverance for all Maths students, including myself! (Go to 01h18m50s) Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06PdmOSrboU#t=01h18m50s Quote: http://sg.news.yahoo.com/pmleetearsupatemotionalnationaldayrallywith–heart–160531376.html But perhaps the most memorable moment of all was … Continue reading
You can reach for the stars with Jaws, Braille and determination, mathematics whiz Yeo Sze Ling tells HELLEN TAN
Maths Group Tuition starting in 2014! Source: http://ww1.math.nus.edu.sg/News%20Archive/2005,%2024%20May%20%20Counting%20on%20her%20mind%20%20Yeo%20Sze%20Ling.htm Counting on her mind 1,248 words 24 May 2005 Digital Life English (c) 2005 Singapore Press Holdings Limited You can reach for the stars with Jaws, Braille and determination, mathematics whiz Yeo … Continue reading
Sergey Brin, cofounder of Google, studied Mathematics!
Maths Group Tuition to start in 2014! Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Brin Sergey Mikhaylovich Brin (Russian: Сергей Михайлович Брин; born August 21, 1973) is an American computer scientist and Internet entrepreneur who, with Larry Page, cofounded Google, one of the most profitable Internet … Continue reading
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Geometry and Abraham Lincoln; O Level Maths Tuition Group
Source: http://www.mathopenref.com/euclid.html At age forty, Abraham Lincoln studied Euclid for training in reasoning, and as a traveling lawyer on horseback, kept a copy of Euclid’s Elements in his saddlebag. In his biography of Lincoln, his law partner Billy Herndon tells … Continue reading
List of JCs in Singapore; H2 Maths Tuition
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_schools_in_Singapore#Junior_Colleges_.28JC.29 Junior Colleges (JC) These offer twoyear courses leading to the GCE Alevel examination. Code Zone College Name Established Address Type Special Programmes English Chinese Abb. 0705 North Anderson Junior College 安德逊初级学院 AJC 1984 4500 Ang Mo Kio Avenue … Continue reading
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Matematika Group Class pagtuturo upang simulan ang susunod na taon, 2014.
Matematika Group Class pagtuturo upang simulan ang susunod na taon, 2014.Matematika pagtuturo Centre
学好数理化，走遍天下都不怕。
Study mathematics, physics, and chemistry well. Then no matter where you go, you will fear nothing! Ancient Chinese Proverb Source: http://www.liuxue86.com/a/1133118.html 美国留学打工 “学好数理化，走遍天下都不怕。”在美国一样适用 美国人口普查局的最新报告显示：同样是学士学位，按工作40年计算，工程专业的毕业生比教育学的毕业生多赚160万美元。真可谓是“男怕入错行，女怕嫁错郎。” 根据美国人口普查局最新发布的2011年社区调查报告，美国具有学士学位的大学毕业证全职工作的人每年中位薪资收入是64396美元，这些人既包括新毕业的大学生，也包括那也干的一辈子最高学位是学士的全职工作者。其中工程专业的薪资最高，平均每年高达91611美元，电脑与数学专业排第二位，年均80180美元，物理、化学、医学等自然科学专业薪水也不错，以80037美元排第三位。在另一个极端视觉和表演艺术专业薪水最低，平均一年只有50484美元，教育专业只有50902美元，心理学专业为55509美元，列倒数前三名，由此可以推算出来从事工程专业工作的人平均每年比从事表演艺术专业的人多挣4万美元，以一个人工作40年计算整个职业生涯收入平均相差160万美元，差距还是很惊人的。