Well, well. Very interesting and valuable results in the poll. I was hoping for quite a few votes, very good results.
I voted for Whatsapp, which I use very often on a daily basis to text friends about school work.
Snapchat, well, I have it for the same thing: to text friends, but I find that it...
Please vote what social media accounts you have and use in my poll. I was always interested in what social media is the most popular, and want to experiment in the small community of PF.
You can choose multiple from:
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Whatsapp, Youtube, Google+, Pinterest...
You are correct and I share your opinion. However, I believe that it would be the interest of the younger students to challenge themselves mathematically and develop themselves. Even if other people solve them first, students can still discuss the question, solution, answer and always have a go...
@fresh_42 @Greg Bernhardt . I (for my young age) find that these problems are very alien,difficult to me, as I am only in year 8 :) . However, I would really enjoy to take part in a similar challenge, but much easier, like a high school level, however still challenging and interesting for such...
The area changes, the length of the AB and CD changes, the length of the legs does not change, the height does not change, all the angles do not change.
Yes, I thought about it for a long time, and drew a sketch.
The hypothenuse - I know.
I also know all of the DC segment, however I am not sure what the DC-base side of the triangle is exactly. Do I?
So, I can find a trick (is it not too hard? :)
Hello.
I am wondering how I can find the area of a trapezoid from its two legs and bases.
My problem:
ABCD is a trapezium with AB parallel to CD such that AB = 5, BC = 3, CD = 10 and AD = 4. What is the area of ABCD?
If we trace a straight line from A down parallel to the height of the...
We could use chess, but it might not be practical for all the reasons mentioned.
It is just like this photo from Wikipedia with a world-class boxer losing in chess against Vladimir Kramnik (World No 3, currently). It would be fair to have a boxing round next! :smile:
That's why I asked for...