Interpreting One Report of Statistics on Science Comprehension October 18, 2013 by Mike DeHaan 2 Comments A recent survey showed a positive correlation between tea party affiliation and science knowledge. Could stereotypes about this fringe group be wrong? Pages: 1 2

Hypatia Taught Conic Sections and Diophantine Equations October 17, 2013 by Mike DeHaan Leave a Comment Hypatia of Alexandria was a woman mathematician who taught about conic sections and Diophantine equations. Does this math still work, centuries later?

How to Make a Natural Number Series of Square Numbers March 8, 2013 by Mike DeHaan Leave a Comment It’s easy to find the next number in a series of squares if you have a calculator in-hand, but what if you’re calculating on paper or in your head? Pages: 1 2

Cross Multiply to Solve Equations with Fractions February 7, 2013 by Mike DeHaan Leave a Comment Having trouble solving for X in an equation that involves fractions? This simple ‘fractions’ guide decodes the process in five easy-to-follow steps. Pages: 1 2

A Sample Case Study of Math for a Casino Business Proposal January 18, 2013 by Mike DeHaan Leave a Comment You can use math to evaluate business proposals, such as the proposed Toronto Casino. Spreadsheets can help you clarify issues, and determine if projections are valid. Pages: 1 2 3