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The way definitions are written can either help or hinder our proof-writing skills
How you can encourage some creativity in your geometry students, by suggesting they write their own theorems
How to help students understand how the words some, all, and none work together in logic statements
Some thoughts about how we decide what we can assume, based on a diagram in a geometry problem
Geometric Axioms (Postulates) vs Theorems: This simple classroom discussion exercise covers everything from religion to Non-Euclidean Geometry!
Full Directory ListingAssumptions about Diagrams, Geometry, Axioms, And The Nature Of Faith, Restructuring Definitions for Proofs, Some, All, None and Logic, Students Inventing Theorems
Understanding Coronavirus Spread
A Question and Answer session with Professor Puzzler about the math behind infection spread.
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