High School Mathematics
Elementary School Mathematics
One-to-one correspondence
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Middle School Mathematics
Addition and subtraction of negative numbers
Multiplication and division of negative numbers
Exponents
Root, cube root and nth root
Scientific Notation
Area of a circle
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Linear world
Symbols and Expressions
Linear equations
Linear inequalities
Systems of Linear equations, part I: two unknowns
Systems of Linear equations, part II: three or more unknowns
The Cartesian coordinate system and graph
Arithmetic mean and harmonic mean
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Nonlinear world
Exponents revisited
Root, cube root and nth root, revisited
Polynomials, expansion and factoring
Polynomial division
Dealing with denominators
Quadratic equation
Graphs of quadratic polynomials
Quadratic inequalities and the Cauchy-Schwarz inequality
Arithmetic mean, geometric mean and harmonic mean
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Function and set theory
What is a function?
Composition of functions and inverse functions
Set theory
De Morgan’s laws and the contrapositive
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Triangles
Congruence of triangles
Similarity of triangles
Drawing a triangle with three given sides
The triangle inequality
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Graph
The Cartesian coordinate system and graph
Shifting and reflecting graphs
Graphs of quadratic polynomials
Quadratic inequalities and the Cauchy-Schwarz inequality
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Analytic geometry
The Pythagorean theorem
Distances between points and equations for circles
An algebraic proof of the triangle inequality
Tangent lines to parabolas and circles
Slopes of two perpendicular lines
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Some geometries
Light ray reflecting on a mirror
Inscribed triangle in a circle
Inscribed quadrilateral in a circle
Inscribed circle in a triangle
The center of mass of a triangle
The three altitudes of a triangle always meet at a point
Geometric proofs for algebraic problems
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Arithmetic series and geometric series
Arithmetic series: 1+2+3+…+99+100=?
Convergence and divergence of series
Geometric series
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Introduction
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Is math and science homework mechanical drudgery?
The mathematical beauty of physics:
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English as a foreign language versus English as a
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Physics solutions for mathematical problems
Are memorizing formulas well and good arithmetic
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The imagination in mathematics:
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Why Math Education Matters
Mathematical maturity in
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The square root 2 as
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The prisoner's dilemma
Math History
The superiority of Hindu-Arabic numeral system
Fermat's Last Theorem
The power of negative number
Nightingale, the statistician
The calculation of pi, the first part
The calculation of pi, the second part
Why are there as many even
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How to turn a complicated multiplication into a simple addition
Pythagoras and the musical scale
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Studying physics as resolving paradoxes
The similarity between painting and theoretical physics
Fermat’s principle and the consistency of physics
Did Einstein really prove that Newton was wrong?
The cosmological principle, and my view on philosophy
The case for string theory
Why are theories of crackpots, the self-claimed physicists
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Comments:
The concepts of a function and a set are very useful and important in mathematics.