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How Interesting Is Volume and Surface Area

Dec 14, 2016 | Posted by: Scarlett
Volume surface and area; trust me they are very interesting. Further, in this article you will read about their qualities. Have you ever wrapped a birthday gift? If so, then you’ve covered the surface area of a polyhedron with wrapping paper. Have you ever wrapped a birthday gift? If so, then you’ve covered the surface…

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What are Atoms?

Dec 8, 2016 | Posted by: Joana Hopes
Atoms are the tiny building blocks of matter. All the things on the earth are made up of a combination of atoms. Atoms are made up of electrons, protons, and neutrons. Protons and neutrons are at the center of the atom because they are heavier than an electron. Center of the atom is known as…

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12 Freaky Human Body Facts that you were Unaware of!

Dec 7, 2016 | Posted by: Simone Duke
I have always been amazed at the ability of our body to heal itself. Massive cuts, broken bones and nasty bruises to almost fatal viruses happen all the time, but we seem to usually get better. We shed over forty pounds of skin during our lifetime. (That’s nasty y’all!) We’re almost like snakes, except we…

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What are the different types of Adverbs?

Dec 6, 2016 | Posted by: Eric Mathews
Adverbs say a lot. They speak for their names. That’s why they are easy to understand, learn and remember. If we try to break the word, we would see that it constitutes of two words ‘Ad’ and ‘Verbs’. No, we don’t add anything to verbs or add verbs to anything. We make sense of the…

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6 Cool Ways to Learn Periodic Table

Dec 2, 2016 | Posted by: Joana Hopes
Mnemonics are easy-to-remember lines or phrases one can use to memorize things that are difficult to learn. In this article, you will find some cool ways to remember mnemonics – one each for one group – to learn the Periodic Table. The Periodic Table provides the names, atomic numbers, symbols and atomic weights of known…

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8 simple math tricks you will be surprised no one told you of:

Nov 30, 2016 | Posted by: Scarlett
Ever dreamed of being able to multiply numbers completely in your head? Wouldn’t that be great if you could quickly solve problems like 63 x 25 and 74 x 54? Good news—you can! Keep on reading to find out how. 1. Multiplying large numbers in your head There are times in life when you just…

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Study Algebra and Its Expressions!

Nov 17, 2016 | Posted by: Jane Bishop
INTRODUCTION:  Algebra is the combination of the things like variables, constants, term, and integer. When there is a combination of variables, constants, numbers there is a formation of the algebraic equation. Algebraic equations are divided into different parts. Parts of Algebra: Algebraic equation has 3 main parts: Variables Constants Equal sign   Variables:  Variables means…

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Top 5 Reasons to Choose an Online Math Tutor

Nov 8, 2016 | Posted by: Joana Hopes
Parents usually are concerned about their child’s performance in math. There are many things that  need to be taken care of while choosing the online math tutor. Quick reasons that can help you in choosing a math online tutor for your child 1. The biggest advantage of choosing an online tutor is, students usually prefer…

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Let’s Talk About the Homework Hassle: How Much Homework Is Too Much?

Oct 4, 2016 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
You expect your child to have homework. You expect it to be a hassle. You expect that you will have to remind your child to get it done. You might even expect that you are going to have to nag your child to get it finished on time. You expect homework to be a hassle,…

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5 Rules for Parents that take the Sting out of Homework

Oct 3, 2016 | Posted by: Dr Patricia Porter
Homework is a hassle. Your child does not want to do it and you spend time and effort making sure the homework gets completed on time.  Family life is a mess, you never get time to do what you want to do. Parents complain about homework all the time. “My child has too much”’ “My…

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