How many sub teachers can really say that they are happy working as a sub teacher? Look deep inside and honestly answer the question: Are You Happy Subbing?
I was wondering how sub teachers survive during the long summer months when there is no pay, especially if you live alone and must pay rent. If you are a sub who lives alone, what plans do you have for YOUR future, financially speaking? Do you save money during the school year...
Multiply all numerators and all denominators together. Then, reduce the fraction, if needed. Multiplying numerators: 3 x 1 x 2 = 6 Multiplying denominators: 4 x 2 x 3 = 24 We now have this new single fraction: 6/24 Can we reduce this fraction? Yes, we can. What is the BIGGEST ...
What Makes A Good Math Teacher?
I think a good math teacher is someone who can explain math topics at the level of students. A good math teacher is someone who does not try to impress students with his or her math skills (college math professors are famous for boasting). In your opinion, what makes a good ma...
Reiny, Isn't it true that both men "invented" calculus independently, though Newton discovered it first? For some reason, they often argued, mathematically speaking.
Those of us who love math certainly know two basic facts about Mr. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz: (1) He and Newton (our calculus guy) did not get along AND (2) Mr. Leibniz was a self-taught mathematician My question is for all tutors here who love math. What is your view of peopl...
Let x = original budget Formula to use: amount spent = given percent times x $3000 = 1.25(x) Divide both sides by 1.25 to find x. $3000/1.25 = x $2400 = x
You were given: Find a number such that 32 is 60% of the number. NOTE: Decimal answer rounded to nearest tenth. Let x = number we want to find The word [of] means to MULTIPLY in math. The word [is] means EQUAL. We now have this equation: 32 = 0.60(x) Divide both sides by 0.60 ...
I want to expand drwls' reply. First, convert 2 miles to feet. If 1 mile = 5280, then 2 miles = 10,560 feet. Secondly, you must re-arrange the given formula because we are looking for an angle NOT height or distance on ground. Let t = theta FOR SHORT. tan(t) = 500ft/2 mile...
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