What makes a proof stronger than a guess? What does evidence look like in the realm of mathematical abstraction? Hear the mathematician Melanie Matchett Wood explain how probability helps to guide number theorists toward certainty. [podcast episode]
A growing collection of backward faded worked examples.'In backward faded worked examples, students are required to try to find a solution in the last step on problem 1, the last two steps on problem 2, and so on. In other words, students are required to continue the steps given to solve the problem.'
An interactive tool for learning about the Greatest Common Factor (or divisor) of an integer. The tool shows two methods, listing the factors and using an algorithm (including code).
Starting with the question: What are the chances that there are two people in London with the same number of hairs on their head? Includes The Pigeon Hole Principle.
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