Introduce basic algebra at seven, argues study BBC News At 10, pupils should be expected to be able to solve linear equations, while 11-year-olds "should be able to calculate theoretical probabilities for outcomes with dice, number wheels and...
Ms. Palmer's insight:
#algebra can be very instinctual if introduced as a game once the number facts are memorized.
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Exponential growth in the usage of exponential growth Washington Post The Post's writers may need a course on the meaning of mathematical terms, but they are not guilty of overusing the term “exponential growth.” Letter writer Paul Bennett [“Where...
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