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Visual Math makes the job of Math Educators Globally much easier than teaching traditionally. Teaching math is not just the calculation, it application is the most important part in the learning process, which is possible if its concepts are understood. Making math visual helps the learner understanding the concepts of all grade level.
How to make math visual?
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Creative Math Art: Students can create any design on a graphing calculator provided equations involved can be written. For example a McDonald sign consists of 4 quadratic equations can be created. After watching the video students may like to create any of their designs based on linear function, quadratic function, cubic function, trigonometric function or their combinations.
Visual proof that the inscribed angle in a semi-circle is always 90 degree.
Visual proof that the roots of a quadratic function depends as its discriminant's value change.
Visual proof that the sum of the interior angles of a triangle is 180 degrees.
Visual proof that the exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of the two remote interior angles.
Visual proof that the sum of the measures of exterior angles of a polygon is 360 degrees
Visual proof that a^2 - b^2 = (a-b)(a+b)
Just click on my avatar picture at the site. That will take you to my member page. The Box embeds can be added on the member pages via the html embeds if you want to add one of your own in. Just look down my member page until you see Box. THen look in the Mathematics folder and then in the Geometry folder.
How to access your Box where the wbd version is stored? I would like to see the WBD version.
OK, a wbd version of your manipulative set is ready to go. I have a credit byline on the page acknowledging that the idea originated from your movie, Iftikhar. :0)
It is located in my Box on my member page in the Mathematics folder under geometry.
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