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Xavier Peregrino-Lujan 12m
Gotta have me some mixed bases.
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Will Nov 27
New Stairs at our school... can YOU spot the mistake. Unbelievable!
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Sam Walters ☕️ Nov 27
If we treat the infinitesimals dx, dy as differential 1-forms with wedge ∧ products, we can quickly obtain the change of variables formula for multiple integrals (as shown here for two variables). Only one rule is need: dx ∧ dy = - dy ∧ dx.
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Humanity FTW Yang2024🧢🍎 22h
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Jamal J8 🕸 Nov 24
R2 Day 45: FINALLY did it 🎊 Completed the Gradient Descent Algorithm for two variables to calculate the line of best fit for data. It's not much but its a start! Step by step
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Nov 26
Simple toys become sparks for provoking conversations with children in the outdoor classroom. How many sticks fit in the bed? What length do you think you might need? Will the weight of the sticks affect the way the truck drives? What will you build?
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Ms. Ernst Nov 26
I am so proud of my Grade 5s!! This week they have been working super hard on creating a budget for a Disney World Vacation. Check their amazing work!!✈️
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Bernhard, but teaching projective geometry Nov 23
Christmas came early this year.
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Jason Dunnington Nov 24
would be a great cabinet pick. Less political more problem solving.
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𝔸𝕝𝕖𝕟𝕒 𝕊𝕠𝕝𝕠𝕧𝕖𝕧𝕒 Nov 24
An accurate description of my relationship with the calculator. 🧮
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Jamal J8 🕸 Nov 22
R2 Day 43: It feels great when everything starts to come together. Partial derivatives and building the algo for the two variables. Step by Step 🐢 Is my answer right?? 👇
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Shanyn Waxman Nov 27
So much fun playing snowman bump this morning! We loved rolling the same numbers and bumping our friends blocks off the spot!
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KDnuggets Nov 27
for conference, live on Twitch, Dec 1 , 12:00 - 5:00 pm est a unique chance to learn from statisticians and other math masters in network of experts.
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Mrs. Cockrell’s Kinders Nov 25
The kids worked on making our version of Number posters. They were told they could use anything they wanted to show me their number, but to show it in at least 4 different ways. They took it to a whole new level & made multiple numbers! 😊
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Miss Smith Nov 23
We are working on our part-part-whole addition up to 5 in math
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Fernandes4 Nov 20
We have been busy reviewing our addition and subtraction strategies!
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Blake Farman Nov 23
Took a break from yesterday. I think my second attempt at went reasonably well!
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ぽじぽめ Nov 23
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EPS 1/2's Nov 26
Making 3-D shapes, looking at attributes and naming them.
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Kimberley O'Driscoll Nov 24
yesterday had us thinking about percentages, fractions & decimals and their connections. Kids did a great job of talking through their thinking.
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