• soroush
    the paired-samples ttests, pre- and post-treatment maths test within-subject data was satisfactory in relation to assumption of normality and the presence outliers. The final analysis applied post hoc tests suitable for use with unequal samples sizes. In relation to the assumptions required for the...
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  • Math Math Go Away
    manner, showing its relation to everyday life, since some students are quite poor in dealing with abstract concepts, unfortunately, mathematical concepts are just that. For hating your Math subject, improving your confidence and related attitudes to Math maybe the key. Once your fear sets in, it can...
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  • Question-Order Effects in Social Network Name Generators
    us to recognize that the school subject is an important consideration in the structure of social relations among school staff (Hayton and Spillane, 2007; Burch and Spillane, 2005; Drake et al., 2001); consequently, we decided to collect multiplex network data, differentiating advice networks by...
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  • Why Do Filipino Students Hate Math
    quoting his research for his Master’s degree in which he allegedly found out that 70% of Filipino students hate math. Then he gave the following points in his way of answering that question posted earlier. We separate the subject from everyday use/life/experience Math, according to him, has been...
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  • Learning and Earning: Working in College
    primarily involved Natural numbers (Brittanica Micropedia, vol.7, Encyclopedia). Basic calculations used the four fundamental operations namely addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Other than the most basic concepts of math, these operations are encountered in everyday situation...
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  • My Diary
    really love this subject, I can say a natural inclination. I always enjoy to play with maths. If u ask me which portion u like most, I will say Geometry , number system(algebra). If u remember a childhood game in which children make 2 groups .Every group use to draw lines on wall on some...
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  • Explain
    . In contrast to math, science can never be 100% true, there are no axioms in science, and therefore, each theory may be of independent and no relation to other theories. Statements in science can only be proofed to be false, however, they can never be proofed to be true, simply because experiments...
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  • Single Sex Education
    spatial activities because their brain enables them to understand the concepts needed for math and sciences. Boys comprehend subjects such as math and physics easier than girls because "they [boys] are more capable of grasping the concept of shapes and abstract symbols" (Blundin). In males, "the...
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  • Mathematics Anxiety
    rote learning and a right/wrong approach to teaching math ensures that it is external to the student. Teachers who actually understand what they are teaching tend to encourage questions from the students. Those teachers who do not understand much about their subject, on the other hand, impose fear...
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  • Addiction
    to math and science (White, 1984; Rieber, 1996; Papert, 19xx; ; Goldstein & Pratt, xxxx; Hoyles, Noss & Adamson, xxxx; Miller, Lehman, & Koedinger, 1999) but also other attempts have bee made that use constructionism as a way to approach commercial computer games (McCarty, 2001; Woods, 2002; Møller...
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  • Art Influences Learning
    outstanding tool for teaching not only developmental skills, but also academic subjects such as math, science, and literacy. The most effective learning takes place when children do something related to the topic they are learning. When children study any given concept, they learn it better and...
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  • Self-Concept of Father-Absent Children in Middle Childhood
    school for boys and are enrolled for the school year 2004-2005. The researcher will use of a self-constructed questionnaire to identify children whose father is absent. To measure their Self-Concept, the Pasao Self-concept Rating Scale will be given. The data for their Math and English...
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  • Why do we need algebra?
    Where will I ever need algebra? Where do you need square roots? When will I ever use the Pythagorean Theorem? Will algebra even be 'relevant' in the future? These are a few of the many questions that one asks when they have to take an algebra course. This is a required subject in most colleges to...
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  • Magnetic Schrodinger Equations
    equation (6). Therefore, in Sec. IV we will analyze this equation and construct its solution. Downloaded 29 Sep 2012 to 180.149.52.45. Redistribution subject to AIP license or copyright; see http://jmp.aip.org/about/rights_and_permissions 082108-3 Axel Schulze-Halberg J. Math. Phys. 53...
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  • final
    other subjects due to the fact that after a student’s freshman year, he loses his priority status thus is as equally chanced as other students of different year to enter an enlisted course. This study, however, aims to find the degree of correlation between class schedule and students’ class...
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  • Importance of Business Math in Business
    Mathematics" includes mathematics courses taken at an undergraduate level by business students. These courses are slightly less difficult and do not always go into the same depth as other mathematics courses for people majoring in mathematics or science fields. The two most common math courses taken in this...
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  • Yo! China
    | REMARKS | VI-VIII | Relation and use of Mathematics in other subjects | 500 | Only handwritten entries on A-4 size will be accepted & Two best entries in each category to be sent to the Regional level. Two best entries in each category from the Regional level to be sent to KVS (HQ) for judgment...
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  • Music & Math
    use scales and harmony. Such a broad acceptance of the view that math and music are closely interrelated provides a great opportunity for research. In order to observe these relations more vividly we can take a simple musical and mathematical example. Let us observe the usual harmonics from a...
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  • Propal
    ICAM continues to mold students who excel in the field of both Math and Science, ICAM also provides extracurricular activities that nourish and develop the skills and knowledge of the students in the said subject matters. Every year, the Math Club and the Science Society provide...
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  • Investigating the Physiological Response of Anxiety Through General Knowledge and Math Questionnaires, with a Focus of Inducing Anxiety Through Music.
    Investigating the physiological response of anxiety through general knowledge and math questionnaires, with a focus of inducing anxiety through music. The aim of this study was to investigate the physiological effects associated with math anxiety, with a further aim to explore this in relation...
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